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HEREFORD ASSOCIATION Jw-y ..a • f '-O/? ■6 h _ £ J SALE NOV. 9 Mf Mm 12:00 Noon of the Livingston Fairgrounds LIVINGSTON, MONTANA Show November 8, 1:00 P.M. Joe Soufsby, Judge SELLING These bulls were approved by a selecting committee composed of a veterinar ian and two commercial cattlemen. 45 SELECTED BULLS Auctioneer H. B. Soger, Bozeman Several Pens of Three 2 FEMALES CONSIGNORS Stole Herefords ... Nelson Herefords . Wilsall . Wilsall Livingston .Livingston ..... -Wilsall Livingston Livingston Livingston A. E. Peterson Herefords ... Livingston Harrie Landers -.... Dan Landers . Peterson Herefords . Harry Boeh & Son . Pepper Hereford Ranch O'Hair Herefords . Lawrence N. Marx .Wilsall Wilsall Lawrence J. Mather FOR CATALOGS Contact Pete Knutson, Clyde Park, Montana, or Tom Glenny, Livingston, Montana. OSS RANCH & LIVESTOCK CO. ANGUS BULL SALE December 3 -- At the Ranch MONDAY JORDAN, MONTANA The Angus Bull Sale in Montana that features Range Bulls. 90 big, tough range bulls sell. Sale at 12:30 P.M. with lunch at 11:00 A.M. 90 Bulls ★ All range raised and cake broke. ★ Developed In 2-section pasture, ★ Absolutely sound feet and legs. ★ Top breeding. ★ All will be two next spring. AUCTIONEER PAT GOGGINS BILLINGS, MONTANA H. B. ROSS & SONS JORDAN, MONTANA When Writing to Advertisers, say I Saw It in Montana Farmer-Stockman Bulls Average $693 At Bear Paw Sale BULLS OFFERED AT the 19th an nual Fall Registered Hereford sale of the Bear Paw Hereford Breeders As sociation in Chinook, Oct. 22, sold for average of $603.50. Heifers averaged $425.45. Elf Boxer Don III, raised and con signed by Errol Fritz, Chester, was rated grand champion of the show by Judge Gibbs Rehn of Kalispell. The bull was purchased by Delbert Salis bury, Malta, for $1,325. Salisbury also purchased the grand champion heifer. Miss Prom Nik 33d, raised and con signed by Clark Diemert, Lothair. The price was $600. KBH Golden Crusty 111th, a Kulbeck Bros., Big Sandy, consignment, brought the top price of the sale, going to Paulsen Bros., Chinook, for $1,375. Kul beck Bros, also had the reserve cham pion bull, KBH Golden Crusty 118th, and the reserve champion heifer, KBH Goldann Zato 193rd. The bull sold to Paulsen Bros, for $1,225 and the heifer went to Douglas Mitchell, Chinook, for $610. Adam Schweitzer, Geyser, paid $1,350 for a bull raised by Ellen and Douglas Gunderson, Chester. an Calf Contracts Hit 32 V 2 Cents TOP PRICE FOR steer calves in contract transactions reported by the First National Bank of Great Falls in October was 32% cents. This price was announced for 110 Choice Hereford steer calves from the Cascade area. They were to be weighed after a six mile haul. Other transactions: Geraldine area, 100 Good and Choice mixed Hereford calves at 32 cents for steers and 30 cents for heifers; Belt area, 100 Good and Choice mixed Here ford calves at 32 cents for steers and 30 cents for heifers; Fort Benton area, 70 Choice light yearling Hereford steers at 26% cents; Stockett area, 100 Good and Choice yearling Hereford steers, weighing an average of 780 pounds, at 25% cents; 90 Good and Choice yearling Hereford steers at 26 cents. Ennis area, 120 Choice 2-year-old steers at 25 cents; Roundup area, 200 Angus and black whitefaced yearling steers at 27 cents; Stockett area, 110 Good and Choice mixed Hereford calves at 32 cents for steers, 29 cents for heif ers; Fort Benton area, 125 Good and Choice mixed Hereford calves at 31 cents for steers and 28 cents for heifers, 40-mile haul, no shrink. Montana Fleeces Top International FOUR FIRST PLACES and several other placings were won by Montana growers who exhibited fleeces at the Pacific International Livestock position in Portland, Ore. In the open show Armean Schneiter of Belgrade won first in the %-blood class. In the 4-H show Nancy Schneiter took first in the Columbia class and Donna Decker of Otter won first in the Targhee class. Marvin Graver of Bel grade won first place in the Columbia class of the FFA show. Other placings in the open show were: Fine wool— Mt. Haggin Livestock Co., Anaconda, 4th, and Olan Willis, Red Lodge, 6th; half blood—Michael Cok, Manhattan, 5th; quarter blood—John M. Cok, Manhattan, 6th. Placings in the 4-H show included: Hampshire class—Barbara J. McGirl, Billings, 2nd; Columbia—Bill Slaughter, Helena, 4th; Ilene Fulker, Belgrade, 8th, and Bill Meyers, Bozeman, 9th. Ex ANXIETY 4th PRODUCTION SALE DECEMBER 13 80 LOTS 47 BULLS . 33 FEMALES Leder Mason Thompson Bozeman, Mont. Route 1 AND ROLFE & WOOD Bozeman, Mont. Box 730 WRITE FOR CATALOG >1.17 Many Lines Have Come and Gone But Anxiety 4th Goes On and On They Outcross With Hybred Vigor Auctioneer: H. B. Sager AT THOMPSON RANCH Lunch 11:30 — Sole 12:30 8 MILES WEST OF BOZEMAN Edmiston ùmd £ CM OuftHf REGISTERED HEREFORDS * Gibbs Rehm. Mjr. Phone SK 2-9653 Kalispell, Mont. Jim Edmiston. Owner GOLDENSTEIN BROS YOUR VISITS TO THE RANCH ALWAYS WELCOME 2 Miles on South 3rd, Route 2 BOZEMAN, MONTANA HEREFORDS \ HIGGINS BROS) f * m ZE ERE DS è Ü RINGLING MONTANA tiser In MONTANA FARMER-STOCK MAN for further information about his product. He will be glad to be of serv ice to you. Tell him you read his ad in MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN.