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Works like a telescop«
This Sturdy, Telescoping
Fits All Gate Requirements
• GATE TO THE FUTURE for every need!
Bull-proof; triple strength in contracted
form for bull pens, stud barns. Telescopes
from 6ti ft. to 15*4 ft. long (double road
size). Protects cattle, crops safeguards
you from many losses.
• LIFETIME DESIGN , . . more years per
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• SWINGS EASILY on exclusive combi
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Include Dealer's Name. Address
MFG. AND SALES, INC.
Makes many ditch widths
Cut« t " nd depths by adjusting
. rwT only 3 levers. Low draw
C.t<h*s FAST , lir pull. Cuts i rolls
Write today for pic- KÆfjNfc like lister. Handles
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THOMPSON PIPE & STEEL COMPANY
SOIS Larimer St. Denver, Colorado
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cial broiler and fryer supplies wifi
remain heavy and will keep prices
from advancing as much as usual.
Storage stocks of chickens to be dis
tributed during the winter and spring
are below average, but are ample in
view of increased winter production
of broilers and fryers.
during the pre-Thanksgiving trade
but it is doubtful if they will go still
higher for the Christmas trade. Re
maining supplies are heavy. Storage
stocks on Nov. 1 were more than
double last year's. The government
has been making minor purchases
to support prices.
EGGS—Prices will move lower for
the next three or four months as
more of the new pullet crop comes
into full production. October pro
duction was 7 percent larger than
a year ago, although laying flocks
were only 2 percent larger. Pro
duction turned upward earlier in the
fall than ever before. Storage stocks
are less than one-fourth of the 1944
48 average, so that sharp temporary
price upturns may occur when fresh
arrivals lag because of unfavorable
weather. Prices for the better grades
probably will sag to the support
level by March. It is likely to be
about 5 cents a dozen lower than
last spring but will be profitable for
POTATOES—A moderate price
rise i$ probable in the next three
months. In the last 41 years, farm
prices for potatoes have advanced
from November to December in
about two years out of three, from
December tc January in about seven
years out of eight and from Janu
ary to February in two years out of
three. The advance this year may
be less than usual, since the late crop
turned out considerably better than
expected and is above average in re
lation to demand. In some sections,
growers are holding for the higher
support prices of late winter.
Price support for the 1950 crop
will be at 60 percent of parity cal
culated on the new basis and will be
about $1.60 per cwt. compared with
$1.80 per cwt. for the 1949 crop. The
commercial acreage allotment for
1950 is 1,138,000 acres, or 7 percent
less than for 1949. The production
allotment is 335,000,000 bushels, or
enough to provide 110 pounds per
capita compared with average food
use of 108 pounds from the 1948
crop. The 1949 crop was 387,000,000
bushels. Growers must observe al
lotments, marketing agreements and
orders to be eligible for price sup
HAY—Steady to slightly higher
prices appear probable during the
winter. Nationally, forage supplies,
including hay, silage, fodder, fall
grazing and crop residues for feeding
are near average, but are short in the
northeast, dry parts of Montana and
the Dakotas, and somewhat short in
the Pacific coast states. Hay prices
will be extremely high in all areas
where inshipments are necessary.
CASH GRAIN MARKETS ON NOV. 22:
CHICAGO—Wheat; No. 3 red. $2.07.
Com: No. 2 yellow, new. tl.2B-l.37; No. 3
yellow, new. $1.23-1.26%: No. 4 yellow, new,
$1.18%-1.21%: No. 4 yellow, old, $1,27; No.
5 yellow, old. $1.24; sample grade yellow.
$ 1 . 11 .
Oats: No. 3 heavy mixed, 7 « Vic; No. 1
heavy white, 78'ic: No. 3 heavy white me
Rye: No. 2 nominal, $1.34.
Barley: Peed. 90c-$1.20: malting, $1.32-1.61.
Soybeans: No. 2 yellow, $2.23.
MINNEAPOLIS—Wheat; No. 1 dark north
ern spring. $2.23-2.24; 12'i protein, $3.33-2. 24«
13% protein, $2.25-2.29; 14% protein, $2.31
2.35; 15% protein, $2.36-2.40; 16% protein.
$2.40-2,44: No. 1 amber durum. $2.25-2.28.
Corn: No. 2 yellow, $1.15-1.21; No. 3 yel
low. $1.12-1.19; No. 4 yellow, $1.04-1.18,
Oats: No. 2 heavy white. 70V4-71%c: No. 3
heavy white, 69Vi-70tic: No. 4 heavy white,
Rye: Nominal. No. 2. $1.35%-1.38%.
Barley: Malting, *1.34-1.63; feed 95c-UX.
Flaxseed: No. 1. $3.80-3.99.
Soybeans: No. 2 yellow. $2.20%.
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