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Nubian billies: 3-yr. papers not submitted, trade forbilly w/Nubian blood; 3 '13 pure, $100/ea./trade for femaleNubian. Bobby Stover, 207 Crooked Run Rd., Mt.Hope, 25880; 877-3316; aastover@frontier.com.Nubian, Boer & cross 2 & 3/13 kids & yrlg. does/wethers, shots current, $150. Glen Washington, P.O.Box 4073, Huntington, 25729; 633-5788; gawashington77@gmail.com.EQUINE EVENTS** All equine require a negative one year Coggins test.All out <strong>of</strong> state equine require a current Certificate <strong>of</strong> Veterinary Inspection. **Help WantsPerson to cut 23 A. hayfield 6/13, use own equip./fuel, orchard/timothy/clover, can keep ⅔ <strong>of</strong> cut, load ⅓in barn. Patricia Johnson, 10044 Glendale Rd., Cairo,26337; 628-3883.Person to bring bees to property for crop pollination.Jimmie Robinson, 23350 U.S. Hwy. 19 S.,Ireland, 26376; 452-8194.Hog SalesHampshire/Large Black Hog 6-wk. piglets,$100/ea. C. Erb, HC 67, Box 582, Renick, 24966;497-3139.Duroc 4/14 AI sired pigs, pure, $250. DaveHardesty, 773 Fox Rd., Aurora, 26705; 698-9206;wcsshowpigs@yahoo.com.Large Black Hog: 8-wk. piglets, pure, $75/ea.;reg. 3-yr. boar, proven, excel. disp., $350. RichardHearn, 5759 Indian Ck. Rd., Alma, 26230; 815-1581.York. & Large Black/Duroc 4/13 feeders, $80.Bob Joyce, 4834 Sweet Springs Valley, Gap Mills,24941; 772-3099.Hog WantsHereford boar, prefer breeding age/younger.Joseph Peachey, 6587 Lieving Rd., Letart, 25253;882-3020.Horse SalesUSIHC Icelandics, $2,500/up. Leon Balis, Rt. 1,Box 139A, Given, 25245; 372-5411.Percheron pr., work/ride, $3,000/obo; Haflinger6-yr. mare w/papers, works/rides, $1,000. Ronnie Annon,1041 Annon Rd., Newberg, 26410; 892-3990.Reg. Tenn. Wlkr. 7-yr. gelding, 15h, bay, trained,see photos, $1,200/obo. Teresa Brusak, 23 WhisperingWillow Rd., Montrose, 26283; 301-616-4681.Reg. Tenn. Wlkr., beginner safe, trails/shows,$1,500. Rick Childers, 33 Nallen Rd., Nallen, 26680;438-6143.Percheron 8- & 9-yr. gelding draft team, 2,000lbs./ea., good feet/disp., work/drive/traffics, shown,$5,000/obo. Connie Coillins, 8511 Backus Mtn.Meadow Bridge, 25976; 484-6360.Icelandic mares: reg. 6-yr. bay, 14h, rides/loads/traffics, $2,800; 13.1h, saddles/bridles/leads,needs training, $2,000; 5-yr. red dunn, 13.2h, rides/leads, exper. rider, $2,800; all tie/trailer/good blood.Ruby Fleming, Rt. 2, Box 101-A1, Bridgeport,26334; 672-1938.Pony 6-yr. mare, started, good disp., $100. AaronHanna, Rt. 2, Box 286, Ona, 25545; 633-5209.Reg. Tenn. Wlkr. 10-yr. mare, chestnut, trails/shown, good gait, $1,500; buckskin stallion, 14h, gooddisp., $2,500; other horses, $600/up. Bill Harper, 513Kentuck Rd., Kenna, 25248; 372-4179.Reg. Mtn. Pleas. mare/2 geldings, Foundationblood, good conf./disp., $1,000/up. Sharon Haught,225 Peacock Lane, Davisville, 26142; 679-2097.Reg. Qtr.: seven '13 foals, various colors, $750/up;2 geldings, $1,500/up; all reigning/cutting blood; '10buckskin stallion, Shining Sparks blood, $1,200; 2-yr.Friesians, reign/cut, $2,500/up. Ronald Heishman, 286Heishman Dr., Eglon, 26716; 698-5583.Qtr./Rocky Mtn. 3-yr. palomino gelding, rides,excel. disp., $1,700. Andrew Kline, HC 60, Box 241,Reader, 26167; 771-3834.Mountwood Park Horse CampJune 1-30Sponsored by Wood Co. Riding ClubMountwood ParkWaverly, W.Va.Contact Ruthie Davis, 588-1407;www.mountwoodpark.org; www.wchrc.com.Horse Riding CampJune 1-30, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Wed.-Fri.)Sponsored by Meadow Dream FarmNitro, W.Va.Contact Georgia Morrison, 755-3921;www.meadowdreamfarm.com.Horse Drawn Wagon/Dinner RideJune 1, 1 p.m. & July 6, 1 p.m.Sponsored by E.J.’s CottagesGreenbrier RiverDunmore, W.Va.Contact E.J. Marcum, 456-4319;ejmcottages@gmail.com.Bluegrass Riding ClubMeetingJune 3, 6:30 p.m.Horse ShowJune 8, 3 p.m.Tuckers Run ShowgroundsSpencer, W.Va.Contact Crystal Harper, 927-1977 or531-0899 or Martha Harper, 927-4569.Jackpot BarrelsJune 4, 7 p.m.Exhibitions 6 p.m.Sponsored by RCHA Rodeo TeamRaleigh Co. Horseman’s Assoc.Show GroundsBeaver, W.Va.Contact Brian Adkins, 923-9742;brianadkinsrcha@yahoo.com.Equine ShowJune 8, 6 p.m. & June 9, 10 a.m.Sponsored by Daybrook Saddle ClubDaybrook, W.Va.Contact Sam Simpson, 449-1037; 282-0403or Randy Parrish, 798-3562;tango67@att.net.Stage Coach/Picnic RideJune 13-15, 11 a.m.Sponsored by E.J.’s CottagesGreenbrier RiverDunmore, W.Va.Contact E.J. Marcum, 456-4319;ejmcottages@gmail.com.Spring Trail RideJune 15, 10 a.m. (Rain Date June 16)Sponsored by Bunner RidgeRiding Assoc., Inc.Bunner Ridge Horse ParkFairmont, W.Va.Contact Bob Hamilton, 363-1594;wo8bob@comcast.net.NCHA Sanctioned Cutting Horse ShowJune 15, 10 a.m.Sponsored by W.Va. Cutting Horse Assoc.WVU Multi-Purpose ArenaReedsville, W.Va.Contact Roy Baver, 841-2700.RCHA Pleasure ShowJune 15, NoonSponsored by Raleigh Co. Horseman’s Assoc.Raleigh Co. Horseman’s Assoc.Show GroundsBeaver, W.Va.Contact Brian Adkins, 923-9742;brianadkinsrcha@yahoo.com.Wolfe Arabians Open HouseJune 15, NoonSponsored by Wolfe Arabians, RoaneVineyards & Fratello’s SteakhouseWolfe ArabiansLeon, W.Va.Contact Jessica Wolfe, 740-339-7150;wolfe_arabianswv@yahoo.com.IBRA Approved Barrel ShowJune 15, 2 p.m.Sponsored by Turn & Burn ArenaTurn & Burn ArenaGlen Easton, W.Va.Contact Patty Bungard, 845-1765 orKilie Bungard, 238-4669.Horse ShowJune 15, 3 p.m.Sponsored by Jackson Co. Horse ClubJackson Co. FairgroundsCottageville, W.Va.Contact Brittani Harrison, 531-2524 orKaren Harrison, 532-3339;britt10270@gmail.com;dwayneh1@prodigy.net.Open ShowJune 16, 11 a.m.Sponsored by Green Valley Riding ClubPleasants Co. FairgroundsSt. Marys, W.Va.Contact Claude Farson, 665-7674.FCHS Pleasure & Contest ShowJune 22; 11 a.m. (Pleasure) 4 p.m. (Contest)Sponsored by Fayette Co. Horseman’s Assoc.Honeybear StablesAnstead, W.Va.Contact Holly Burley, 640-1925 or 640-1067;holly_burley@yahoo.com.Open ShowJune 22, 2 p.m. (Rain Date Oct. 12)***46th Annual Fun ShowJuly 6, 2 p.m.Sponsored by Elk River Boots &Saddle Club, Inc.Blue Creek Show GroundsContact Carla Fisher, 382-4951 orJane Webb, 965-5019.Equine Events, cont. on page 10The Market Bulletin 9


10EQUINE EVENTS, cont. from page 9Open ShowJune 22, 5 p.m.Sponsored by Central W.Va. Riding ClubHolly Gray ParkSutton, W.Va.Contact Allen or Kim Miller, 364-5576;cwrc@yahoo.com.Wirt Co. Horse ShowJune 23, NoonSponsored by L&L Riding ClubElizabeth, W.Va. (Behind EMT Building)Contact Leonard Hardway, 275-3094.WRC Quarter Horse ShowJuly 4-7, 9 a.m.Sponsored by Winfield Riding ClubWinfield Riding ClubWinfield, W.Va.Contact David or Janie Wymer, 586-4247.Equine Day CampJuly 8, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.Sponsored by Sunny Creek StablesSunny Creek StablesBuckhannon, W.Va.Contact Helen Dionne, 472-5249.2013 Cabell Co. Fair Horse ShowJuly 20Reg. 5 p.m.; Show, 6 p.m.The Village <strong>of</strong> Barboursville ParkBarboursville, W.Va.Contact Melissa Shull, 743-4708.Ladies Barrel Racing Day CampJuly 15-20, 1 p.m.-7 p.m.Ages 12 & OverKerens, W.Va.Contact Densese Saltis, 478-4633;denese@wv.net.Horse Sales, cont. from page 9Gelding, 3/12 yrlg., drk brown/white paint, 15h+mature, stands, see dam, $800. Kathy Linton, 44Boy Scout Camp Rd., Morgantown, 26508; 290-3823; kxlinton@frontier.com.Qtr. 8-yr. bay gelding, rides, $1,000. Ruby Moats,Rt. 1, Box 337, Moatsville, 26405; 457-2291.Miniature App. 5-yr. mares, 2, 36", one w/paintcolt @ side, $300/ea./obo; App. 11-mo. stud colt,$100/obo. Ron Parr, 106 Conaway Run Rd., Alma,26320; 758-2098.Halflinger 4-yr. mare, sorrel w/blaze, flaxenmane/tail, rides/works, $1,500. Carl Rolfe, 1823U.S. 60 W., Milton, 25541; 633-1163.Miniature Jerusalem 2-yr. gelding, gray w/cross,good disp., $200. Monna Rush, P.O. Box 1162, Beckley,25802; 661-2714; monnarush@yahoo.com.Morgan 4-yr. gelding & mare w/foal, ride/buggy;6-yr. Belgian/App., ride/work green broke, $1,500/ea. Carl Spessert, Rt. 1, Box 2161, Montrose, 26283;704-8276.Qtr. 4-yr. tobiano/paint gelding, 15h, started, excel.disp., $500. James Sutphin, Rt. 1, Box 169, Peterstown,24963; 753-9394.Horse WantsGelding, well broke/child safe. Kathy Linton,44 Boy Scout Camp Rd., Morgantown, 26508; 290-3823; kxlinton@frontier.com.Miniature donkeys. Benny Sturgill, 975 CentralAve., Surveyor, 25932; 934-6938.Job WantsFarm labor in trade for use <strong>of</strong> mobile home w/gas. Mike Hicks, 248 Cherry Hill Lane, Buckhannon,26201; 472-2715.Plant SalesNo medicinal plants, nursery stock, commonagricultural seeds unless tested for germination.Water lilies: pink, $4/ea.; dark pink; yellow, $8/ea.; yellow water iris; thin cattail ; lizardtail; bog bean;horssetail rush; cotton grass, parrot feather, $2/ea.;all plus $5 post. Thomas Catlett, 489 Classic VanvilleRd., Martinsburg, 25405; 263-5031.Pole bean seeds: old-time fat man, Logan giant& rattlesnake, turkey craw, Oct. tender hull & bush,greasy & white pole, brown half runner, more, $11/100seed; elephant garlic bulbs, $13/lb.; all ppd. Betty Flanagan,467 Ritchie Farm Rd., Summersville, 26651;742-8868; allen.flanagan@gmail.com.Tobacco seeds: W.Va. Mtn. grown burly, organic,germination tested, incl. growing instruction, $4/tsp. $6/2 tsps. $8/3 tsps.; all plus first class SASE.Bill Hailer, 2031 Hiner Mill Rd., Sugar Grove, 26815.Water lilies, $10; various water plants, $1.25-$3. Karen Zetts, 878 Hatchery Rd., Inwood, 25428;229-3654.Garden Educational Work DaysMonthly3rd Saturday, 10 a.m.-NoonSponsored byThe Montgomery Community GardenLearn about Gardening Techniques,Connect with Local Gardeners orVisit with the CommunityMaster Gardeners Invited to Attend& Earn Community Service HoursHospital GardenMontgomery, W.Va.Contact Lisa Mize, 228-1200 orLaura Wellstead, 206-7933.Poultry SalesNo ornamental, wild or game birds; eggs.Narragansett & Bourbon Red 4/13 turkeypoults, heritage breeds, $8/ea. Ann Burns, RR 5,Box 925, Grafton, 26354; 265-1402; after 6 p.m.Turkey poults, $10/ea.; guinea keets, $5/ea.;both straight run; Standard Bronze gobblers, $30/ea. Jane Casewell, 1918 Burch Run Rd., Gay,25244; 372-2280.Orpington, Cochin, Barred Rock, Brahma,Rhode Island Red, other various pullets, $5/up; juvenileturkey toms, $15/ea.; guinea keets, straight run,$6/ea. Sandra Hopper, 192 Sandy’s Run Rd., Shirley,26434; 758-2679; twolynnsfarm@copper.net.Black javas & white langshan prs., $30; salmonfavorolle flock, $75. Karen Lewandowski, P.O. Box57, Thomas, 26292; 463-4519.Black French Copper Marans, 1 day-2wks., $5/ea.; lt. Brahma chicks, $4/ea.; all pure/straight run. B.Lightner, P.O. Box 180, Alderson, 24910; 445-7217.Am. Buff goslings, $10/ea. Kenneth London, 505Hickman Run Rd., Sistersville, 26175; 758-5090.Sheep SalesBlack Headed Dorper rams, full: 4 yrs., $350; 1yr., $300. Crystal Dean, Rt. 2, Box 144A, Buckeye,24924; 653-4090.White Dorper 2/13 ewe lambs, 5, full, $275/ea.Bruce Fitzwater, 2617 Joker Ridge Rd., Mt. Zion,26151; 354-0220; amybrucefitz@frontiernet.net.ASI Wool Handling Schoolwith instructor Ron ColeSept. 6 & 7Sponsored by W.Va. Shepherds Federation,WVU & W.Va. Fiber FestivalWV Fiber FestivalWVU Reedsville Farm ArenaReedsville, W.Va.$35/participantTwo-day school focusing on woolfiber growth & development, fibercharacteristics, wool traits, woolvalue traits, <strong>market</strong>ing options& wool trends.Contact Martha McGrath, 358-2239;martha@coopworthsheep.com.Jacob 1-yr. ram, not reg., 4 horns $125. JohnnieHarsh, Rt. 4, Box 687A, Fairmont, 26554; 366-6355.Ram, 5 yrs., Ott breeding, VIP son, QR/NN,$425. Travis Heavner, 623 Skiles Pitsenbarger Rd.,Franklin, 26807; 358-2511.Katahdins: 16-mo. ram, $250; 5-yr. provenram, $125; 1/13 ewe & ram lambs, $150. JohnHouben, P.O. Box 663, Ripley, 25271; 531-1110.Icelandics: white 3-yr. ewe w/twins; 3-yr. black/gray ewe w/lamb; all lambs North Country Cheviotcrossed, $600/all. Gwen Kahler, 5058 Pullman Rd.,Harrisville, 26362; 997-0268.ACR Coopworth: lambs, $250-$300; adultewes, $300-$400; reg. adult Jacob ram/breeder,4 horns, not child safe, $325. Debbie Martzall,2576 Laurel Ck. Rd., Tanner, 26137; 462-8043;hearts<strong>of</strong>themeadow@gmail.com.Hamp./Suff.: 15-mo. ram, halters, sires clublambs, see <strong>of</strong>fspring, $400; 2-3/13 ewe/ram clublambs, $250. Justin McClain, Rt. 3, Box 70, Salem,26426; 782-3983.Katahdin hair: 4-mo. ewe/ram lambs, goodblood/vaccinations current, $150/ea. John Miller,201 Oakmont Dr., Calvin, 26660; 742-5553.Miscellaneous SalesNo riding habits or other clothes; appliances orfurniture; antiques or crafts; hand power toolsor equipment; food processing or preservationitems or equipment; general wood workingtools; firewood. Only dogs recognized by theAKC as herding or working can be accepted.Hay from 3 A. field, near Asbury, trade for cutting.B. Anderson, HC 71, Box 67C, Asbury, 24916;645-5599.Reg. Maremma 10/12 pups, livestock guardians,farm raised, $300. Elizabeth Anderson, 277 AndersonHollow Rd., Mannington, 26582; 986-1498.Acreage: Ritchie Co.: 6+/-A. near Parkersburg,mostly wooded hillside, $9,000; Webster Co.: 44 A.w/woods, near Camden on Gauley, $99,500. DonBarger, Rt. 1, Box 300, Elkins, 26241; 636-7673.Filson goat table, $800; Great Pyrenees pups,no papers, $150/ea. Tim Bender, Rt. 1, Box 40D,Mill Creek, 26280; 642-1155; bestwvboergoats@yahoo.com.Livestock scales, portable, 3,000 lb. capacity,4'x8' platform, $1,750. Robert Born, 887 Zinn ChapelRd., Reedsville, 26547; 864-6589.<strong>West</strong> <strong>Virginia</strong> University ForestryFlix Free DVD Website Program:Go to the Forestry Flix website to obtain freeDVDs covering a variety <strong>of</strong> forestryand wildlife management topics at:http://www.forestryflix.com.The Market Bulletin


W.Va. Woodland Owners Assoc.Educational ToursBerkley Co.June 15, 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.Pocahontas Co.July 20, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Tucker-Randolph Cos.August 17, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Preston Co.Sept. 21, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.Contact Ed Murriner, 400-8646 orDan Magill, 293-9419;emurriner@aol.com; dmagill@wvu.edu.Draft horse team equip.: biothane work harness,$800; biothane Bit Better harness w/stainlesssteel frame, $1,200; bun bags, $75; collar/back showpads, $50; all fit up to 2,000 lbs.; Pioneer 2-seat forecart,needs tongue, $700; more. Connie Collins, 8511Backus Mtn., Meadow Bridge, 25976; 484-6360.Acreage: Roane Co.: 30 A., mostly woods, pond,stream, near Spencer/Ripley, $45,000. Roger Crislip,538 Harmony Rd., Gandeeville, 25243; 577-6690.Hay, '13 1st cut sq. bales, mixed meadow, $3/bale in field; $3.50/bale from barn; Summersville area.Charles Duffy, 53 Hawick Rd., Inwood, 25428; 676-7790; cdsbduffy@frontier.com.Great Pyrenees 3-yr. male, works, farm raised,child safe, vaccinated/wormed, papers avail., $150.Jeff Eanes, 1289 Harmony Grove Rd., Albright, 26519,379-1122.Cattle scales, Tru-Test w/600 load bars, excel.cond., $3,500. Bill Fahey, 275 Jobs Lick Rd., Salem,26426; 783-5193.Hay, 1st & 2nd cut, barn kept, never wet, easyaccess: 4x4 round bales, $35/bale; sq. bales, $3.50/bale. Eugene Finster, 894 Indian Fork Rd., Orlando,26412; 452-8242.Fish for stocking: Bass, 3"-5", $1.20; bluegill& hybrid bluegill, 3"-5", 60¢; catfish, 6"-8", $1; 8"-10", $1.50; goldfish, 4"-6", $1; minnows, $12/lb.;grass carp, 10"-13", $13; shinners, $12/lb.; koi,7"-9", $8; bullhead catfish, $1; delivery avail. FredHays, P.O. Box 241, Elkview, 25070; 548-7117.Border Collie pups, farm rasied, AKC workingparents, blue merle & tri-colored, $200/up. J. Hirsch,1 Crane Run Rd., Troy, 26443; 462-4421.Trailer, '00 featherlite 3-horse, gooseneck, dropdownfeed doors, dressing rm., removable rear tack,excel. cond., $11,500. Leigh Hudson, P.O. Box 206,Alderson, 24910; 667-8182.Hay, timothy/orchard/clover, approx. 60 lb. bales,never wet, $4.50/bale. Patricia Johnson, 10044 GlendaleRd., Cairo, 26337; 628-3883.Trailer, 16' Chaparral stock, 2-axle air brakes, rubberfloor, divider door, new tires, $3,500. Dorsel Keefer,14528 Leon Baden Rd., Leon, 25123; 895-3457.Acreage for lease: 132 A. w/pasture/hayfield,barns, outbldgs., springs, pond, $350/mo. FaithKidd, 93 Jacks Lane, Napier, 26631; 452-8660.Saddles, 2 western style leather: 15" tooled,$300; 16" plain, $250. Doug Koch, 1818 Jinxs ForkRd., Tallmansville, 26237; 472-9199.Vermicompost, $27/25 lbs.; red worms, $22/lb.;worm farm kits, complete, $40; all p/up or plus S&H.David Lester, P.O. Box 216, Enterprise, 26568; 592-2693; davidplester@aol.com.Roving: Coopworth/Jacob, $28/lb.; Coopworth2-way swirl w/dye, $38/lb.; alpaca/Coopworth 2-wayswirl, $46/lb.; Coopworth/Jacob tanned pelts, $95-$140; batting, 100% wool, white/brown, various sizes,$21/lb. Debbie Martzell, 2576 Laural Ck. Rd., Tanner,26137; 462-8043; hearts<strong>of</strong>themeadow@gmail.com.Buggy, 1900s, 2 fold down front seats/rearrumble seat, alternating spokes, good cond., seephotos, $5,500. James Massey, 26 Anthony Dr.,Mannington, 26585; 795-4440.Acreage: Fayette Co.: 50 A. w/approx. 5A. cleared, power, phone, well, pond, nut trees,$150,000. Austin McComas, P.O. Box 9, Hico, 25854;880-6066.Hay, sq. bales for mulch, $3/bale. Ruby Moats,Rt. 1, Box 337, Moatsville, 26405; 457-2291.Fish for stocking: lg. mouth bass, 4"-5", $1.75;bluegill, 3"-5", $1; yellow perch, 6"-7", $2.75; catfish,6"-8", $1; 8"-10", $1.40; koi, 6"-8", $11; grass carp,12"+, $15; fathead minnows, $13/lb. Mike Nardella,309 John St., Clarksburg, 26301; 783-5025.~ Farmers’ Markets ~Alderson Community Market& Co-op GrocerGrowers WantedVendor & Producer Drop-<strong>of</strong>f WelcomeContact Anna Osborne, 646-0474;osborneanna@hotmail.com.Arthurdale Community Farm StandSaturdays – beginning June 2210 a.m.-NoonArthurdale Community PresbyterianChurch Parking LotArthurdale, W.Va.Contact Lisa Cress, 329-1685;lcress3@aol.com.Fairview Farmers’ MarketSaturdays9 a.m.- 11 a.m.Additional Vendors NeededNo Fees, Bring Tables318 Main StreetFairview, W.Va.Contact Jim Faber, 775-3366;faberwana@aol.com.Montgomery Farmers’ MarketWednesdays11 a.m.-2 p.m.Corner <strong>of</strong> Third Ave. & Monroe St.Additional Vendors NeededContact Laura Wellstead, 404-3276;montgomeryfarmers<strong>market</strong>.wv@gmail.com.Putnam Farmers’ MarketTuesdays4- p.m.-7 p.m.;Saturdays10 a.m.-1 p.m.Hurricane City ParkHurricane, W.Va.Contact Susan Maslowski, 924-1736;putnam_farmers_<strong>market</strong>@mail.com.Tamarack Farmers’ MarketEvery Sunday beginning June 16,11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.Open Spots avail. for New VendorsCanopies avail. for Raleigh, Fayette &Summers Co. VendorsSpecialty Crop Producers andEgg Producers WelcomeContact Robin Watson, 256-6843, ext. 107;rwatson@tamarackwv.com orStepehn Cassle, 256-6843, ext. 149;scassle@tamarackwv.com.Alpaca Q&AFree Alpaca CounselingContact Chris Arnold <strong>of</strong>Good Shepherd Farm Alpacas941-4266; 7 p.m.-10 p.m.Trailer: '02 Sundowner 4-horse slant, aluminumw/living qtrs., refrigerator, shower, hyd. jack, awning,rear tack, heat/air, more, excel. cond., $28,000.Douglass Patton, 142 Shannontown Rd., Beckley,25801; 573-2638.Alpacas: approx. 100 w/some bred females,various colors/ages/sizes, $750-$50,000/pkg. AverillPerdue, 1856 Homestead Alpaca Farm, Cottageville,25239; 687-9958.Irrigation system, complete w/PTO pump,$4,500; Gehl tandem axle silage wagon, $3,500. LeonRennix, Rt. 1, Box 55, Valley Bend, 26293; 338-4856.ABCA Border Collie pups, black/white, $300.Mitch Richards, 3899 Sugar Run Rd., <strong>West</strong> Union,26456; 349-2233.Cherries: sweet/sour, pick your own, 75¢ lb.,bring containers/call for picking dates. Kenneth Ruggles,HC 60, Box 36, Levels, 25431; 492-5751.Cherries: sweet/sour, pick your own, $1/lb., bringcontainers/call for picking dates. Garry Shanholtz,1328 Jersey Mt. Rd., Romney, 26757; 822-5827;shanholtzorchard@atlanicbb.net.Trailer, 4x8 single axle tilt, new tires/bed/wiring,excel. cond., $300. Leamon Turner, 446 GassawayRd., Normanstown, 25267; 462-8032.Lincoln Co.: Acreage: 12.68 A., 5-6 A. flat, surveyed/recorded,all utilities, outbldg., $55,000. LindaTurley, P.O. Box 298, Alum Creek, 25003; 756-2507.Acreage: Richie Co.: 91.13 A., woods, bottomland, streams, pond, all utilities/free gas,$170,000. Richard Ward, Rt. 1, Box 51, Pullman,26421; 745-3165.Trailer, Sundowner 14' stockman, good cond.,$3,200. Paul Wells, 946 Oil Ridge Rd., Sistersville,26175; 652-6031.Fish for stocking: Bass, 80¢; giant bluegill;shell crackers, 55¢; crappie; yellow perch; shinnerbreeders, 65¢; trout, 75¢; walleye, 95¢; minnows,9¢; goldfish, 35¢; koi, $2; bullfrog tadpoles, 25¢;more; all fish 2"-4". Karen Zetts, 878 Hatchery Rd.,Inwood, 25428; 229-3654.Miscellaneous WantsStrawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries;all fresh. John Estes, 578 5/20 Mile Rd., Fraziers Bottom,25082; 932-9206; lisa.estes@aol.com.Old-time Scotch Collie male, puppy or older.Aritha Hamrick, 2677 Bennett's Run Rd., Lumberport,26386; 783-5288.Acreage: 75+A. w/20 A. useable meadow/pasture,easy access, prefer mineral rts., w/ or w/o house,no realtors. Michelle Johnson, 1425 Quarrier St.,Charleston, 25301; 561-8997.Acreage: farmland to build on or w/house in Wirt,Wood or Jackson Cos. Jamie Kearns, 375 CrownManor Circle, Mineral Wells, 26150; 690-2131; jamiebellek@gmail.com.Wagon, wooden, horse-drawn type w/large woodenwheels, working/for parts. Janice Whitlock, 51 JonstoneRd., South Charleston, 25309; 744-5698.Visit our Facebook page.www.facebook.com/<strong>West</strong>.<strong>Virginia</strong>.<strong>Department</strong>.<strong>of</strong>.<strong>Agriculture</strong>The Market Bulletin 11


THE MARKET BULLETIN<strong>West</strong> <strong>Virginia</strong> <strong>Department</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Agriculture</strong>Walt Helmick, Commissioner1900 Kanawha Blvd., E.Charleston, WV 25305-0170June 2013Return Service RequestedNonpr<strong>of</strong>it OrganizationU.S. Postage PaidPermit 80Charleston, WV 25301READY FOR MARKET TRAININGAn educational series to assist <strong>market</strong> producers in pricing, production planning,risk management, and <strong>market</strong>ingBinders or flash driveswith all course materialswill be provided toparticipants by:COURSE DATES:all courses at 6:30 p.m. at the Heritage ParkCommunity Building, Church Street, Spencer, WVThursday, June 27Post-Harvest Handling <strong>of</strong> Fruits and VegetablesDr. Lewis Jett, WVU Extension SpecialistTuesday, July 9Planning Your Production for Fall Markets (Farm-to-School)JJ Barrett, WVU Extension Agent & Bob Gregory,Berea Garden Center in Minnora, WVThursday, August 8Record Keeping and Pricing Your Product for MarketDr. Doolarie “Dee” Singh-Knights,WVU Extension SpecialistFor more information, contact Brandy Brabham,WVU Extension Agent – <strong>Agriculture</strong>: brandy.brabham@mail.wvu.edu; 927-0975.<strong>West</strong> <strong>Virginia</strong> Herb Association’sAnnual Lavender FairJune 15, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.Fish Hawk AcresRock Cave, WVA family fun event. Learn how to grow, cook,craft and use lavender in many others ways.Admission is free and lunch willbe available for a feeFor more information, contactMelissa Dennison at 304-364-5589or Ann Nye at 304-842-6385.www.wvherb.orgBLUE AND GOLDSHOWDOWN RESULTSGrand ChampionNorthern Panhandle................Gage BrownGrand Champion Steer...........Monica................................................DrobezkoReserve Champion Steer........Clay FoorGrand Champion Heifer..........Brandon................................................DeFrankReserve Champion Heifer.......Kevin StahlSr. Showman...........................Clay FoorJr. Showman............................Alexis Wright12Articles in this publication may be reprinted, with the exception <strong>of</strong> advertisements, when a credit by-line is given to the <strong>West</strong> <strong>Virginia</strong> <strong>Department</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Agriculture</strong>. The use <strong>of</strong> trade names in this publication isfor purposes <strong>of</strong> clarity and information only. No endorsement is made or implied <strong>of</strong> any product, or is it implied that similar products are less effective. Statement <strong>of</strong> Policy Regarding Equal Opportunity andParticipation in Programs: It is the policy <strong>of</strong> the <strong>West</strong> <strong>Virginia</strong> <strong>Department</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Agriculture</strong> to provide its services and programs to all persons without regard to sex, race, color, age, religion, national originor handicap.The Market Bulletin

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