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Art In Oil Palatlags pictured above were part of a six - !by oil painting show here March 20 - 25. The Show was sponsored by the MonDak Historical Sad Arts Society. Dale Lundby instructed the 14 artists, who displayed 107 paintings at the show. Over $100 was collected in donations at the show and it will be presented to the society. Artists who painted the pictures include top' row from left, Janice Steffans, Genette Salsbury and Deana Hedegard. Louise Mullin painted the first three paintings in the bettom row and Mrs. Steffans painted the last. -- Don Mrachek Photo NEWS NOTES from Your " County Extension Agent ELLIS E. WILLIAMS Montana State University, Bozemat. JERRY SCHAEFER Cooperatlve.Extension Service Barley Varieties. Recommended for Dryland-Eastern Montana 1. Unitan is a six- row variety with medium plant height and a high yielding ability. It has an early maturity characteristic, medium kernel size and a medium to low test weight. It has medium lodging€eel•lance and the straw might break over especially if it is left in the field past maturity. 2. DeKap has high yielding ability, good test weight, a medium kernel size, early maturity and low lodging resistance. It is a two - row variety and has a short plant height. 3. Compana has a medium yield ability, medium test weight, a large kernel size, early maturity and a low lodging resistance. It is a two - row variety and has short plant height. 4. Betzes has a medium yield ability, good test weight, small kernel size, mid-season maturity and medium lodging resistance. It is a two - row variety with medium plant height and is an accepted malting variety. 5. Shabet is a newly released variety from Montana that is very similar to Betzes. However, it has considerably greater shatter resistance than Betzes and it has produces yields comparable to Betzes in eastern Montana trials. 6. Steptoe is a newly released variety from the state of Washington that is being recommended for dryland and irrigated production in Men- tana. This variety is a six-row variety that resembles Unitan in many respects. However, it has a higher yielding ability than Unitan and somehwat stronger straw. Horsford is adapted for hay production only. It is a hooded, six-row variety with medium Victoria blight. Cayuse would be the best variety for those growers who do not need large amounts of straw for their livestock operations. Rodney would yield less grain but would provide more straw. Kelsey has medium height under irrigation, where it stands better than Rodney but not as good as Cayuse. Kelsey has produced yield that are intermediate between Cayuse and Rodney. Care of Baby Pigs The amount of pounds of pig that a pork producer will have to market depends upon factors working before the pigs are farrowed. Good sanitation and disease control are a 365-day - per - year necessity to prevent disease or worm infestation that may depend on close cooperation with a veterinarian. " Pork producers should wait three or four days before giving |illlllll•e•••••••••••••lliiOilIililIiIieliIOliIileiIileliilelllllllelll kernel size and late maturity, baby pigs an iron shot for ' BACK A AI N AND BETTER THAN EVER •.:. Steptoe, Unitan and DeKap anemia to prevent shock. Clean have yielded more than other soil can be made available to '---, i varieties in dryland tests, baby pigs as an iron source. • especially when conditions The tips of needle teeth of : Cornpana has done relatively clipped right after birth, or favored medium to high yields, pigs in large litters should be II well at low yield levels, within about a day for those to DeKap's short plant height can be transferred. be a serious drawback if field If pigs are to be transferred  and equipment design are not to another sow, to adjust litter suited for short straw, size to number of functioning : Barley Varieties teats, this should be done as II i • Recommended For soon as possible. After three or Irrigation-Eastern Montana four days it may be necessary to mask the scent of the pigs Trials at Sidney indicate that Steptoe, Unitan, Dickson and transferred. Primus show the necessary Small groups of sows and i : under irrigation, after a week, but for larger characteristics for production their pigs may be run together ! i Steptoe and Unitan have groups the pigs should be two • : yielded more than Primus or weeks old. Groups should be mill • Dickson, but they have limited to four sows with litters i somewhat weaker straw and in a farrowing house or six 1 : are more susceptible to leaf litters on pasture. There should disease. Primus has somewhat be no more than a week dif- stiffer straw than Dick•on. fore•co in age of litters run i •Primas and Dick•on may drop together in a farrowing house, their heads under certain nor more than two weeks age ' 9+ . +o,+,,,o+.•ii Trials at Sidney that difference for those pUtage, ! a gallon on lube oils : Oat Varieties Recommended together onpasture. For Drylami- Eastern Mentmm Pigs should be castrated by indicate four week but not within 1 • Cayuse, Basin, Kelsey and three weeks of any vaccination. Gopher show the necessary The operation should be • characteristics for best dryland delayed at least a week if pigs are weaned by four weeks of production. II • Cayuse is a medium early age. • variety with a 4iigh yield ® • potential. It has yielded more • than any other variety in tests. • It is short in height and has • excellent lodging resistance. • The biggest weakness of • Cayuse is its low test weight which will generally be lower • than most varieties. II Re-stock your farm service station at the lowest prices of the year. • Basin is similar to Cayuse in • maturity but has yielded All CO-OP motor oils, gear lubes, hydraulic oils and transmission • somewhat less. It is of medium fluids are on sale. Estimate your needs for spring, summer and fall height with good straw and operate all year on lubricants bought at anti-inflation prices. ==• strength. Basin has a good test Savings of 9¢ a gallon is $4.86 on a 54-gallon drum. But, you • weight. save more than money. With a complete stock of lubricants and • filters on hand you save downtime on equipment, something you • Gopher is an old variety can't afford during busy seasons. • which matures early and See us or phone in your order. We'll deliver. Savings never : produces grain with a high test came easier. • weight. It usually yields less SOq% 1 0% i[ : than other adapted varietiesip ,,,,ql ¢..- p ii but will perform relatively well on sandy soils or when precipitation is low. Kelsey is a variety from N ALL : Canada that was recommended for eastern Montana in 1972. It has yielded slightly less than Save more by buying #00cases of quarts=+ JCO-OP oils cost less per gallon in quart cans than in a 5-gallon container... 9¢ a gallon less. If you don't need the re- -usable 5-gallon can, double your oil sale savings by switching to quarts. Take Advantage FILTERS +6 or More Cayuse but has a better test • weight. It has good lodging N : resistance and is medium in plant height. Oat Varieties for • Irrigation - Eastern Montana CAI,ENDAR OF EVENTS April 3 -- Fire School, Richland Bank Hospitality Room, 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. R,.chland HomeS Memorials In memory of Charles Crabtree by Mr. and Mrs. I,. E. Gall, Sidney Drug Store, Robert Petersens, Helen Wandell, Mr. and Mrs. E. Schelske, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Myron. In memory of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hess by Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hess. In memory of Mrs. Glenn Hall by Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Steffens and Mr. and Mrs. Ingvard Svarre. In memory of Grace Jordan by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cresap and Cleta Ca•dee. In memory of William Welke by Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Flynn Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Trials at Sidney indicate that Maurice Herrick. Cayuse, Kelsey and Rodney are In memory of Mollie Kerbel i best adapted for production by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cresap • under irrigation, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cayuse has an exceptionally Mercer. high yield ability under II Gifts to the Chapel Fund have • irrigation. It also has short, been made by the following. • stiff straw which permits it to In memory of Dens Sch- produce high yields without wetters by Mrs. Art Jaeger. of Ch is i has an excellent test weight, members of Pella Lutheran lodging. Rodney yields well, In memory of the departed • GREAT SALE  : and fair l°dging resistance' Church bY the Pella I'utheran Both varieties are resistant to Church Women. Now ,n Progress  r , , , , , , ,, • GET MORE and RICHER SILAGE g Plant AGsco SUGAR BUSH SEED CORN It makes big tonnage of high ton silage from tall sweet plants with big mature ears IIIII I I I I I I I II SUGAR BUSH FROM AGSCO the Nation's Northernmost Developers COVERED WAGON RANCH SAVAGE, MONT. (12-2tc I I I II I III I I I I It[ I + CO OP Where the customer is the company Sidney 482-1401 Fairview 747-5346 •••ssusuussssuusessssuususssssussssssssssss=sussusssuusssssu| The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., March 28, 1973 • + MAKE AN OFFER And See What Happens Sounds Im Come To \\; Crighton Distributors, Inc. And Look Over the Following Equipment and MAKE AN OFFER! Eversman Pull Type D=tcher . Was =200 . Sole? Pull Type Sprayer Trader with 28' boo___ m Was =12500 Sale? John Deer,,=i  ress Drill with Grass S,LU'."as =495oo $ • , . Sale? ACE 3 Sect,on 3 pt. Harrow + . Was 170 °° Sale? john Deere S-.,.,: r10w ............. +'2 bottom 3 pt. %,1'1,50°° Sale? IHC 2 Bottom Spinner Plow Fast Hitch Was =100 °° Sale? '2' Fox Super 6 Forage Harvester with 5' pickup and one row corn head Was =!295°° ale? John Deere 14TBaie'r ,,S___ with Motor Was =32500 Sale? Was =47500 $le? Oliver 720 PTO Baler Was =1: Oliver 520 PTO Baler. Sale? Was =10! +Sale? Massey Fergusen 510 Combine with 20' table Was =4550 oo Sole? leady To Make An Offer???? Massey Harris 80 Combine with 14' table Was =375 oo Sole? Massey Harris 90 Combine with 14' Table and Sund pickup Was =79500 Sole? • IHC Combine - 14" Table Was 375oo Sale? Massey Fergusen with 18' Table Was ;2250" Sale? IHC 163 - 16' Table Water Cooled Engine Was =87500 Sale? 2 - IHC "24" 2 Row Tank Harvester with topping units Was =9950o Sole? 2 - FH 150 I Row Tank Harvesters with DBTU Was =745oo Sole? Gemco 540 2"R'ow  Harvesters With T.V. Was =109500 Sale? i Farmhand 2 Row Tank Harvester Was =675oo Sale? Heath Barnes "6Tow'Tsa , ,Was =1095oo Sale? TaKe Adv"ontage of This Greqt Sale There will be some new equipment sold the same way. So come down and look it over. SALE Will Last Until April 15, 1973