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Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Many who live in and<br />

around the “Heart of<br />

Alberta,” Stettler, feel the<br />

community is a friendly,<br />

welcoming place where<br />

people pitch in and help out<br />

their neighbours. Well, a<br />

group of Stettler men are<br />

proving that adage true by<br />

helping out some fine feathered<br />

neighbours who will<br />

soon be returning from a<br />

trip south.<br />

Bob Rawlusyk, Wally<br />

McComish and Al Campbell<br />

donned their cold weather<br />

gear, boarded their off-road<br />

vehicles and headed out into<br />

the freshly fallen snow<br />

March 1 intending to fortify<br />

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and ducks on the aptlynamed<br />

Cold Lake.<br />

With Hwy. #12 on the<br />

south side and 44 Ave. on the<br />

north side of the water, virtually<br />

all Stettler residents<br />

and most regional visitors<br />

pass by Cold Lake on the<br />

east side of Stettler; many<br />

don’t realize the large water<br />

body has a name.<br />

Most motorists are<br />

familiar with it for massive<br />

numbers of geese and ducks<br />

during the warmer months<br />

plus ample signage on<br />

nearby roads warning them<br />

of “ducks crossing.”<br />

For roughly the past 20<br />

years Stettler volunteers<br />

including these three local<br />

gents have been trekking<br />

out on the frozen lake to<br />

place clean, warm straw in<br />

man-made bird habitat<br />

across the lake. The metal<br />

nest stands are several<br />

metres tall and include a<br />

tire at the top for protection<br />

and to keep the straw where<br />

it’s needed most: underneath<br />

the birds.<br />

Rawlusyk reminisced that<br />

Stettler resident Dave<br />

Dennis put the stands in<br />

about 20 years ago, safe habitat<br />

for the birds regardless<br />

of the water level. Some<br />

rocky habitat was also<br />

placed to give the birds even<br />

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Campbell chipped in that<br />

bird nesting areas can be sometimes<br />

taken away by expansion<br />

and development, while these<br />

stands are a safe, reliable place<br />

for the birds to spend their time<br />

in Stettler.<br />

While volunteers tend to care<br />

for the stands out of their own<br />

pockets Rawlusyk stated quite a<br />

number of people and businesses<br />

pitch in and help out<br />

with supplies: a local farmer<br />

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McComish placed the tires, and<br />

nearby Romar Powersports<br />

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out.<br />

Rawlusyk added the birds<br />

seem to enjoy their lakefront<br />

property on the water in Stettler,<br />

as there are always plenty of<br />

them around and volunteers<br />

never hear a word of complaint.<br />

Three Stettler volunteers pitched in March 1 to stock Cold Lake’s bird habitat with straw (from left): Wally McComish, Al<br />

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Business Directory ...................... 4<br />

Classifieds/Careers ..................... 6<br />

Obituaries .................................. 7<br />

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BASHAW COUNCIL<br />

Looking deeper into wildland fire truck<br />

Stu Salkeld<br />

Local Journalism Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Bashaw town council wants more<br />

information about an off-road firefighting<br />

vehicle as the threat of intense<br />

drought looms in the summer of <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

The resolutions regarding a wildland<br />

fire truck were made at the<br />

March 6 regular meeting of council.<br />

In a phone call with Town Chief<br />

Administrative Officer (CAO) Theresa<br />

Fuller March 8, it was noted a request<br />

from the Bashaw Fire Department at a<br />

previous council meeting was discussed<br />

again at the most recent council<br />

meeting.<br />

“Twenty-twenty four is starting out<br />

as a drought-concerning year,” stated<br />

the CAO in her report to council. “In<br />

preparation for possible fire the chief<br />

had requested consideration for purchasing<br />

a crew cab truck.<br />

“It would be a one ton crew cab, they<br />

are obtaining pricing. It would have a<br />

water tank on the back and be maneuverable<br />

through pastures, etc.”<br />

As discussed at the previous<br />

meeting, finding a safe place to store<br />

the truck has been a challenge.<br />

Wildland fire trucks, also called bush<br />

buggies, are common and often used in<br />

rural areas where urban-style fire<br />

trucks have trouble navigating.<br />

Fuller stated that the Public Works<br />

department determined it may have<br />

room in a compound near their main<br />

building; the CAO noted a safe spot for<br />

the truck would also have to be accessible<br />

24 hours a day by the firefighters<br />

when they need the vehicle.<br />

Fuller stated that councillors also<br />

agreed they would like the fire department<br />

to write a full request for<br />

proposal, essentially a formal request<br />

for the truck with detailed information<br />

such as type and cost of truck with<br />

equipment.<br />

The CAO noted this is needed<br />

because the Town of Bashaw plans to<br />

start looking at how to pay for the<br />

truck; it’s possible there may be some<br />

funds in a motor vehicle reserve that’s<br />

part of the regional fire agreement.<br />

Fuller stated the account is managed<br />

by Camrose County.<br />

She confirmed councillors passed<br />

two resolutions, the first that a letter<br />

be sent to Camrose County clarifying<br />

whether the motor vehicle reserve<br />

funds could be used to buy a wildland<br />

fire unit and secondly to ask the fire<br />

department for a formal proposal for<br />

purchasing the truck.<br />

Sewer rates<br />

Fuller described a detailed conversation<br />

councillors had regarding<br />

municipal sewer rates and the fact the<br />

official auditor discovered the Town of<br />

Bashaw had not been billing for this<br />

service properly.<br />

Fuller clarified that the problem<br />

stemmed from a part of the policy that<br />

laid out a certain flat rate which<br />

became a higher rate under certain<br />

circumstances; apparently, the higher<br />

rate was not applied until recently.<br />

The CAO stated Coun. Cindy Orom<br />

received calls from members of the<br />

public who’d received higher sewer<br />

bills. The CAO stated the Town of<br />

Bashaw included an explanation about<br />

this higher billing on the backs of<br />

February utility bills.<br />

Councillors passed a resolution to<br />

have town staff evaluate the higher<br />

charges to determine if such charges<br />

needed to be adjusted. Also, town<br />

staff were directed to share information<br />

about the sewer rate issue with<br />

the public.<br />

Pesky water leaks<br />

The Town of Bashaw appears to<br />

have its pesky water leak problem<br />

under control. For years the Town of<br />

Bashaw was aware by examining<br />

usage, billing and other factors that a<br />

substantial amount of water was<br />

being lost likely through a undetected<br />

leak.<br />

The leak turned out to be frustratingly<br />

difficult to locate.<br />

The town recently hired a company<br />

called EnviroTrace to find any leaks,<br />

which they proceeded to do. The CAO<br />

presented councillors with the most<br />

recent report from EnviroTrace,<br />

which noted they’d investigated an<br />

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VILLAGE OF ALIX COUNCIL<br />

Happy with get-together on lake health<br />

Stu Salkeld<br />

Local Journalism Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Alix village council is happy with<br />

the results of a public meeting held to<br />

discuss efforts to improve the condition<br />

and health of the community’s<br />

popular namesake waterbody.<br />

A verbal report about the Alix Lake<br />

open house was made at the March 6<br />

regular meeting of council.<br />

Village Chief Administrative Officer<br />

(CAO) Michelle White gave a verbal<br />

report about the public get-together<br />

held last month to discuss work<br />

planned within Alix Lake; the meeting<br />

was held at the community hall.<br />

Councillors decided several months<br />

ago to hold an information night to<br />

update the public on projects involving<br />

the village’s waterbody, specifically<br />

dredging of the lake with the goal of<br />

eventually making it suitable for fish<br />

stocking.<br />

White stated that 56 people attended<br />

the open house, and she suspected not<br />

all may have been Village of Alix<br />

residents.<br />

Owing to the popular regional<br />

nature of Alix Lake, the CAO stated<br />

she thought some of the guests were<br />

likely county residents.<br />

Mayor Rob Fehr stated he had<br />

already heard positive feedback about<br />

the information night from 12 or 13<br />

people, with the CAO noting the Alix<br />

nature trail group, which had an information<br />

booth set-up at the info night,<br />

also had a successful outing.<br />

Additionally, the Alix Chamber of<br />

Commerce took the opportunity to set<br />

up a booth and speak to guests about<br />

local shopping habits; the chamber<br />

asked guests to fill out a survey on the<br />

topic and White reported 41 were<br />

returned the same night.<br />

The CAO noted the chamber of commerce<br />

survey is ongoing with the<br />

understanding the survey remains<br />

available for interested residents.<br />

The CAO observed this opportunity<br />

for citizen engagement appeared to be<br />

warmly received, as over 60 questions<br />

were submitted by the public before<br />

the event; while White noted some of<br />

the guests wanted a question and<br />

answer style session, not all of the<br />

experts were able to attend and organizers<br />

felt it was better to answer the<br />

questions beforehand to ensure<br />

everyone got a response that night.<br />

As councillors discussed the information<br />

night, they seemed to agree it<br />

was well-received by the public and the<br />

public appeared to have all of their<br />

questions answered.<br />

Councillors also discussed the<br />

wealth of information available at the<br />

information night, much of it revealing<br />

projects such as the dredging won’t be<br />

as detrimental to the lake habitat as<br />

the public might fear.<br />

Alix Wagon Wheel Museum<br />

anniversary approaching<br />

Submitted by Elaine Meehan<br />

There will be a celebration of the<br />

50th anniversary on June 8, <strong>2024</strong> of the<br />

founding of the Alix Wagon Wheel<br />

Museum which started in 1974 as a<br />

collection gathered and stored by a<br />

group of local citizens in the basement<br />

of the Drop-In Centre building.<br />

We are also celebrating the installation<br />

of a touch screen and creation of<br />

permanent narratives, pictures, etc.<br />

We started this project with the<br />

United Farmers of Alberta (UFA)<br />

which has extensive archives. UFA<br />

was a political party in Alberta and<br />

Irene Parlby of the Famous Five/<br />

Persons Case was the Minister<br />

Without Portfolio in Alberta’s provincial<br />

government.<br />

Irene was an early settler in Alix<br />

and our museum has many artifacts<br />

and much information about this.<br />

We also have many family histories,<br />

art by local artists, schools, churches,<br />

taxidermied birds and beaver, First<br />

Nations section, clothing collection,<br />

pioneer kitchen; toy collection; sports<br />

history; tools section; creamery history<br />

(Alix was the starting place of<br />

Alpha); history of war times in two<br />

world wars and the Boer war; history<br />

of clubs and organizations, etc. We<br />

have many photos, documents and<br />

narratives.<br />

The museum now has murals on the<br />

front of what was formerly a pool hall<br />

with living quarters at the back.<br />

We celebrated the 40th anniversary<br />

in 20<strong>14</strong> with a strawberry tea and<br />

program and we hope to have many of<br />

the people who attended it will be with<br />

us to see the remarkable change and<br />

growth.<br />

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that was available at the<br />

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The mayor noted some of the work<br />

will actually enhance wildlife habitat.<br />

Coun. Tim Besuijen stated the<br />

dredging is also expected to improve<br />

the lake’s water quality.<br />

The CAO confirmed dredging will<br />

remove decomposed vegetation from<br />

the lake bottom and suggested this<br />

vegetation may have been a problem<br />

when it was stirred up by lake-users or<br />

other causes.<br />

Mayor Fehr confirmed there were a<br />

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few people in attendance who didn’t<br />

seem happy with the lake project.<br />

Councillors also discussed the effect<br />

dredging will have on Alix Lake’s<br />

depth, especially as it pertained to vessels;<br />

the CAO noted that Alix Lake at<br />

its deepest point is about 9.6 feet and<br />

the dredging won’t have a noticeable<br />

effect on that.<br />

PUBLIC NOTICE<br />

Village of Alix<br />

WATER ACT<br />

NOTICE OF APPLICATION<br />

Notice is given that Village of Alix<br />

has filed an application under the<br />

provisions of the Water Act for an<br />

Approval to undertake the dredging<br />

and aquatic vegetation removal at<br />

Alix Lake located at NE-26-<strong>03</strong>9-23-W4,<br />

NE-35-<strong>03</strong>9-23-W4, SE-35-<strong>03</strong>9-23-W4 and<br />

SW-36-<strong>03</strong>9-23-W4.<br />

Any person who is directly affected by<br />

this application may submit a Statement<br />

of Concern within <strong>14</strong> days of the date of<br />

this notice.<br />

To submit a Statement of Concern, sign<br />

into the Digital Regulatory Assurance<br />

System (DRAS) using a Alberta.ca<br />

or MyAlberta Digital ID for Business<br />

(MADI-B) account.<br />

• DRAS webpage - https://www.alberta.<br />

ca/digital-regulatory-assurance-system.<br />

aspx<br />

• To sign up for a Alberta.ca or<br />

MADI-B account see the How to Create<br />

an Alberta.ca Account or How to Create<br />

a MADI-B Account to Access DRAS<br />

knowledge article on the above DRAS<br />

webpage.<br />

Alternatively, you may submit a written<br />

Statement of Concern to Environment<br />

and Protected Areas, Approvals Unit,<br />

5th Floor, South Petroleum Plaza, 9915<br />

108 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2G8.<br />

The written statement of concern<br />

should include the following:<br />

• Quote the Case number: DAPP0053695<br />

• Describe concerns that are relevant to<br />

matters regulated by the Water Act<br />

• Explain how the filer of the concern<br />

will be directly affected by the activity<br />

and/or diversion of water proposed in<br />

the application<br />

• Provide the legal land location of the<br />

land owned or used by the filer where<br />

the concerns described are believed to<br />

be applicable<br />

• State the distance between the land<br />

owned or used by the filer and the site<br />

in the application<br />

• Contact information including the full<br />

name and mailing address of the filer.<br />

Please provide the telephone number<br />

and email address for ease of contact.<br />

Environment and Protected Areas<br />

will review each written Statement<br />

of Concern, seek more information if<br />

needed, and notify each filer by letter<br />

of the decision to accept or reject their<br />

written submission as a valid Statement<br />

of Concern.<br />

Statements of Concern submitted<br />

regarding this application are public<br />

records which are accessible by the<br />

public and the applicant. Failure to file<br />

a Statement of Concern may affect the<br />

right to file a Notice of Appeal with the<br />

Environmental Appeals Board.<br />

Copies of the application and additional<br />

information can be obtained from:<br />

Michelle White<br />

Village of Alix<br />

PO Box 87, Alix, AB T0C 0B0<br />

Phone: 4<strong>03</strong>-747-2495<br />

Email: cao@villageofalix.ca


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KNEEHILL COUNCIL<br />

Trochu seniors project needs interest rate adjustment<br />

Stu Salkeld<br />

Local Journalism Initiative reporter<br />

<strong>ECA</strong> <strong>Review</strong><br />

Kneehill County council approved<br />

altering an agreement with stakeholders<br />

for a new seniors living facility<br />

after it was revealed inflation has<br />

affected the project. The resolution to<br />

alter the agreement was passed at the<br />

Feb. 27 regular meeting of council.<br />

Councillors heard a presentation<br />

from Trochu Housing Corporation<br />

President Sam Smalldon and<br />

Covenant Health representative Scott<br />

Baerg regarding the $41 million<br />

Trochu seniors supportive living<br />

facility project.<br />

Smalldon noted it’s been two and a<br />

half years since the corporation, Town<br />

of Trochu and Kneehill County agreed<br />

to proceed with this project.<br />

It was pointed out in the presentation<br />

this project has a number of<br />

stakeholders, including the provincial<br />

and federal governments, Kneehill<br />

County, the Town of Trochu, the<br />

housing corporation, Covenant Health<br />

and a number of other communities,<br />

committees and agencies.<br />

Smalldon explained the economy<br />

impelled him to make some new<br />

requests of council; specifically, he<br />

asked that the existing agreement be<br />

given more robust lending abilities as<br />

the $20 million borrowing ability at up<br />

to four per cent for four years doesn’t<br />

seem realistic anymore given the state<br />

of the Alberta economy.<br />

Smalldon asked that Kneehill<br />

County boost that borrowing ability to<br />

$20 million at up to 5.5 per cent for up<br />

to five years.<br />

Smalldon explained it’s estimated<br />

five per cent interest should be adequate<br />

for the project, but the extra half<br />

a per cent is included as a safety<br />

cushion.<br />

He discussed the grant conditions<br />

this project is bound by, which<br />

included a certain level of grant<br />

money, pre-sold units, public consultations<br />

with ratepayers which<br />

incidentally came back positive and<br />

including Kneehill County representatives<br />

on the corporation board.<br />

Smalldon further updated the project’s<br />

progress, which seemed positive<br />

and implied the project will move<br />

ahead. It’s proposed to be built on 12<br />

acres of serviced property on the<br />

north side of the Town of Trochu east<br />

of Hwy. #21; it’ll include 80 housing<br />

units of varying type depending on the<br />

health needs of the resident.<br />

Smalldon stated the estimated<br />

project total is $41 million from grants,<br />

loans, unit sales and fundraising.<br />

Baerg interjected that resident<br />

needs, including the type of living<br />

unit, won’t affect the final project cost.<br />

Smalldon stated inflation has<br />

affected the project by increasing estimates<br />

by about $9 million; however, he<br />

noted inflation appears to be<br />

“stabilizing.”<br />

The loan part of the project will be,<br />

in effect, a mortgage he noted.<br />

Covenant Health will be the facility<br />

operator and service provider.<br />

Smalldon noted a federal government<br />

grant for this project has not<br />

been received yet.<br />

Currently, the project is in the<br />

design stage with intentions to go to<br />

tender in summer of <strong>2024</strong> with construction<br />

to begin in October, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

Later, councillors debated the<br />

requests. County Chief Administrative<br />

Officer (CAO) Mike Haugen noted that<br />

essentially a request was made to<br />

change or replace Kneehill County’s<br />

loan guarantee bylaw for this project.<br />

The Town of Trochu will take on the<br />

project’s debt with Kneehill’s guarantee<br />

in case of default.<br />

Haugen noted it’s not surprising<br />

inflation became a factor.<br />

“I think everyone is well aware that<br />

interest rates have changed since 2021,<br />

when we made this agreement,” said<br />

Haugen.<br />

The CAO pointed out the Municipal<br />

Government Act (MGA) requires a<br />

bylaw for something like a loan guarantee,<br />

so to accommodate the<br />

corporation’s request the current<br />

bylaw will have to be changed or<br />

replaced, which includes the three<br />

readings process and public consultation<br />

including public comment which<br />

could include opposition.<br />

“It is a possibility that it might<br />

happen,” said Haugen, who noted<br />

though that the public previously<br />

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seemed supportive of this project.<br />

Councillors unanimously passed a<br />

resolution to have county staff draft<br />

the changes requested by the Trochu<br />

Housing Corporation and bring it back<br />

for discussion at a future meeting.<br />

Methamphetamine arrest<br />

Submitted<br />

Drumheller General Investigation<br />

Section (GIS) executed a search warrant<br />

on March 3, <strong>2024</strong> at a local<br />

residence, as well as on a vehicle and a<br />

travel trailer, in Three Hills.<br />

The investigation was initiated in<br />

January of <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

RCMP<br />

As a result of the search warrant,<br />

police seized the following: 120.06<br />

grams of suspected methamphetamine,<br />

Canadian currency,<br />

paraphernalia related to drug trafficking<br />

and brass knuckles.<br />

Turn to Remanded, Pg 16<br />

The following Development Permit was issued in accordance<br />

with the Town of Hanna Land Use Bylaw #1<strong>03</strong>2-2023. Written<br />

appeals can be submitted to the Town of Hanna Subdivision<br />

and Development Appeal Board Secretary Box 430 Hanna AB<br />

T0J 1P0.<br />

Date Issued: March 6, <strong>2024</strong><br />

Appeal Deadline: April 4, <strong>2024</strong><br />

Development: D08-24<br />

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Legal: Lot: 19-20, Block: 4, Plan: 6133AW, Roll#: 28200<br />

Land Use District: C2 – General Business District<br />

Proposed Development<br />

Renovate part of a commercial building into one Dwelling Unit:<br />

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STETTLER COUNTY COUNCIL<br />

County approves farm residence subdivision<br />

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Development Plan (MDP).<br />

“The proposed parcel contains<br />

an existing open<br />

During his presentation<br />

Teal noted the intention of<br />

this subdivision is to separate<br />

discharge system,” stated<br />

the farmstead as a first<br />

the PCPS report. “The parcel out.<br />

parcel size and shape allow He noted the application is<br />

for sufficient space to meet quite straightforward, the<br />

the setback and separation only sticking point being<br />

distances of the Private access: the existing access<br />

Sewage Disposal Systems wouldn’t be part of the<br />

Regulation (Alberta<br />

newly created nine acre<br />

Regulation 229/1997) and the parcel. Teal stated the applicants,<br />

Alberta Private Sewage<br />

who currently own all<br />

Systems Standard of the property involved, wish<br />

Practice.”<br />

to continue using the access<br />

The County of Stettler Municipal<br />

Planning Commission (MPC)<br />

approved the subdivision of a residence<br />

from the remainder of the<br />

quarter’s farmland. The resolution<br />

was passed at the Feb. 28 regular MPC<br />

board meeting.<br />

The MPC is comprised of members<br />

of county council and is chaired by<br />

Coun. James Nibourg.<br />

Board members heard a presentation<br />

from Manager of Planning and<br />

Development Craig Teal regarding<br />

Gary and Jeanette Konschuh’s application<br />

to have a roughly nine acre<br />

parcel subdivided from the remainder<br />

of NW 5-40-17 W4M with the intention<br />

of creating a new parcel.<br />

“The subject property is located<br />

13.31 km northwest of the Hamlet of<br />

Gadsby,” stated the application prepared<br />

by Parkland Community<br />

Planning Services (PCPS). “The terrain<br />

of the property can be described<br />

as flat cropland with some treed areas.<br />

“The proposed 9.01 acre parcel contains<br />

an existing dwelling with an<br />

attached garage, a shed shop and grain<br />

bins. An open discharge system exists<br />

on the proposed parcel. The remainder<br />

of the NW 5 is used as cropland. There<br />

are no abandoned wells on the subject<br />

property.”<br />

It was noted in the report the land in<br />

question isn’t part of any intermunicipal<br />

development plan (IDP) and the<br />

application meets all requirements of<br />

the County of Stettler’s Land Use<br />

Bylaw (LUB) and Municipal<br />

Stettler Showcase will host their final concert of the year on Sun.<br />

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and pianist. His mix of warm ballads, toe-tappers and often-funny<br />

stories has kept him on the road. Jeffery was named “Roots/Folk<br />

Artist of the Year” in 2020 and 2021 Saskatchewan Music Awards.<br />

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as-is and in the future if one<br />

of the parcels is sold, a new<br />

access may be developed. It<br />

was noted there appears to<br />

be enough room to build a<br />

new access.<br />

Teal suggested an access<br />

easement be included on the<br />

property.<br />

As the subdivision application<br />

was discussed, board<br />

member Nibourg noted the<br />

quarter section was<br />

described as about 159 acres,<br />

rather than the standard<br />

160. Nibourg asked where<br />

the other acre went.<br />

Teal responded many<br />

quarter sections don’t<br />

exactly add up to 160, noting<br />

in this case a road allowance<br />

was likely the culprit.<br />

Reeve Larry Clarke asked<br />

about grain bins lined up<br />

along the proposed eastern<br />

boundary of the new parcel,<br />

with the overhead map<br />

showing the bins sitting virtually<br />

on the property line;<br />

he asked whether this<br />

wasn’t considered an important<br />

detail as the grain bins<br />

can be fairly easily moved.<br />

County of Stettler planning<br />

staff responded that as<br />

ancillary buildings, they<br />

only have to meet a setback<br />

of three feet, which they do.<br />

Board members unanimously<br />

approved the<br />

subdivision application as it<br />

was presented.<br />

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The County of Paintearth is seeking a Seasonal Class 1<br />

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BUSINESS<br />

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Box 87, 4849 50 Street, Alix, AB, T0C 0B0<br />

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Specification packages can<br />

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at the Stettler Town Office<br />

at 5<strong>03</strong>1 – 50 Street.<br />

Inquiries and requests for<br />

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OBITUARIES<br />

Family and friends brought her true happiness<br />

Lena Waltham was born Feb. 23,<br />

1929 at Andrew, Alta. to Kornel and<br />

Pearl Skladan. She attended school in<br />

Andrew until moving to Edmonton to<br />

attend Alberta College.<br />

After finishing<br />

college she moved<br />

to Coronation, Alta.<br />

to work at the<br />

Alberta Treasury<br />

Branch.<br />

A young woman<br />

travelling by bus<br />

from Edmonton to<br />

Coronation –<br />

arriving in the<br />

dark of night. Woke<br />

the next morning to<br />

Waltham<br />

look out her window and say to herself<br />

– where on earth am I?<br />

She met and married our dad Robert<br />

William Waltham on Oct. 7, 1950.<br />

They settled on the farm north of<br />

Coronation and mom worked very<br />

hard alongside dad - raising five children<br />

(one son and four daughters),<br />

gardening (to feed the family); raising<br />

chickens and purebred cattle.<br />

Mom and dad sold the farm and<br />

retired to Coronation in 1981. During<br />

her retirement years mom enjoyed<br />

gardening (for enjoyment), golfing,<br />

travelling and socializing with her<br />

close friends.<br />

All her grandkids have fond memories<br />

of spending holidays and summer<br />

visits in Coronation.<br />

Mom and dad sold their house in<br />

Coronation and moved to Strathmore,<br />

Alta. in 2007.<br />

Mom enjoyed holidays with family<br />

and during her visits she liked to be<br />

kept busy. She always wanted something<br />

to do whether it was cooking,<br />

baking or whatever needed to get done.<br />

These visits always included plenty of<br />

card games!<br />

While mom enjoyed her visits with<br />

family, she looked forward to<br />

returning to her home at Sagewood<br />

Retirement Community in Strathmore<br />

where she lived independently until<br />

her passing.<br />

When asked what her secret was to a<br />

long and healthy life – she would smile<br />

and say, “blue berries and green<br />

onions”.<br />

The time spent with family and her<br />

close friends at Sagewood, who loved<br />

and cared for her deeply were what<br />

brought her true happiness. Mom will<br />

be remembered as a very special lady -<br />

always kind, welcoming and how she<br />

greeted everyone with a smile.<br />

Lena was predeceased by her husband<br />

(Bill Waltham), her parents, four<br />

brothers and four sisters, mother, and<br />

father-in-law (Archie and Susan<br />

Waltham), brother-in-law (John<br />

Waltham) and son-in-law (Lawrne<br />

Airey).<br />

Mom will be lovingly remembered<br />

by her children and grandchildren.<br />

Jacquie (Lyle) Bargholz of Sundre,<br />

Ryan (Christine), Kevin and Leah<br />

Bargholz; Rob (Deb) Waltham of<br />

Coronation, Sasha (Peter) Fiselier and<br />

Jessie (Bjorn) Dyck; Laurie Waltham<br />

of Sundre; Susan Lindmark of Olds,<br />

Colby (Karissa) Lindmark; Sandra<br />

(Carl) Rideout of Chestermere,<br />

Matthew (Jess), Alexander (Aurora)<br />

Rideout and Wendy (Andrew)<br />

Brathwaite. And great-grandchildren,<br />

nieces and nephews.<br />

A private service was held for Lena<br />

at the Wheatland Funeral Chapel in<br />

Strathmore, Alta.<br />

Lifetime together, still together<br />

Marilyn Bunbury was born Sept. 18,<br />

1940, in Galahad, Alta. to David and<br />

Ethel McGowan.<br />

She married Tom Bunbury Oct. 2,<br />

1958. They enjoyed living on their farm<br />

north of Castor for 43 years. This was a<br />

mixed cattle and grain farm. They<br />

moved to Castor in<br />

2001.<br />

Marilyn enjoyed<br />

gardening, sewing,<br />

berry picking,<br />

playing cards and<br />

being involved in<br />

many community<br />

organizations such<br />

as Royal Purple and<br />

she saw the communities<br />

need for the<br />

Calf Help Line.<br />

Bunbury<br />

Marilyn enjoyed their many trips to<br />

Mexico, Hawaii and many bus tours<br />

around North America.<br />

Marilyn passed away peacefully on<br />

Feb. 28, <strong>2024</strong>, with family by her side.<br />

Marilyn was loving remembered by<br />

her husband Tom until his passing on<br />

March 5, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

THOMAS “TOM” BUNBURY<br />

Tom Bunbury was born on Nov. 15,<br />

1935 in Castor, Alta. to George and<br />

Sarah Bunbury. He grew up with 10<br />

siblings on the family farm in the<br />

Lauderdale district.<br />

Tom and Marilyn were united in<br />

marriage on Oct. 2, 1958 and lived on<br />

the family farm for 43 years. They<br />

moved to Castor in 2001.<br />

Tom enjoyed visiting with friends<br />

and family, playing cards, driving<br />

around the county<br />

to check out the<br />

fields, showing off<br />

his 1963 Pontiac<br />

Bonneville, driving<br />

the golf cart and<br />

visiting all of the<br />

neighbourhood<br />

dogs.<br />

Giving back to<br />

the community<br />

was important to Bunbury<br />

him. He was a<br />

member of the<br />

Castor Elks for many years.<br />

He enjoyed their many trips around<br />

North America.<br />

Tom passed peacefully on March 5,<br />

<strong>2024</strong> with family by his side.<br />

Tom and Marilyn are lovingly<br />

remembered by their four children:<br />

Daniel (Charlene) Bunbury of Castor,<br />

Alta., Valerie (Donald) Minchin of<br />

Sherwood Park, Alta., Marla Vierboom<br />

of Spruce Grove, Alta., and Rhonda<br />

(Kelly) Knorr of Blackfalds, Alta.; 13<br />

grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren;<br />

as well as other family and many<br />

dear friends.<br />

A Celebration of Life for Tom and<br />

Marilyn was held at the Castor<br />

Community Hall on Wed. March 13,<br />

<strong>2024</strong>, at 2 p.m.<br />

Memorial donations in memory of<br />

Marilyn and Tom may be made and<br />

sent directly to Knox United Church,<br />

Castor, Alta., the Castor Cemetery, c/o<br />

Town of Castor, or to Our Lady Of The<br />

Rosary Hospital Foundation, Castor,<br />

Alta.<br />

Condolences may be forwarded to<br />

the Bunbury families by visiting www.<br />

parkviewfuneralchapels.com<br />

Parkview Funeral Chapels &<br />

Crematorium of Castor, Alta. were<br />

entrusted with the care and funeral<br />

arrangements. For further information<br />

please call 4<strong>03</strong>-882-3<strong>14</strong>1.<br />

Mervin<br />

FARWELL<br />

passed away on<br />

Sat. Feb. 24, <strong>2024</strong><br />

a Celebration<br />

of Life<br />

will be held<br />

Friday, March 15, <strong>2024</strong><br />

at 1 p.m. at the Coronation<br />

Community Centre.<br />

Notice of Application<br />

Confined Feeding Operation<br />

<strong>2024</strong> Assessment Notices<br />

Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of<br />

Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act, Revised Statutes of<br />

Alberta 2000, Chapter N-26 that the Town of Hanna has mailed<br />

Assessment Notices to all persons appearing on the Assessment<br />

Roll as of the Assessment Date of March 6, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

Any person who desires to object to the entry of his/her<br />

name or that of any other person upon the said roll or to the<br />

assessed value placed upon any property must lodge his/<br />

her complaint(s) in writing and submit to the clerk of the<br />

Assessment <strong>Review</strong> Board on or before Monday, May 13, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

Pursuant to Town of Hanna Bylaw 954-2012, a charge is required<br />

for each assessment appeal. The fee is refundable<br />

if the Assessment <strong>Review</strong> Board makes a decision in favor of the<br />

complaint, pursuant to Section 481(2) of the Municipal<br />

Government Act. The Board may refund fees to other<br />

complainants at their discretion.<br />

Assessment complaints, with the applicable fee, can be<br />

forwarded to the Assessment Appeal Board Clerk to the Town of<br />

Hanna at Box 430, Hanna, AB T0J 1P0.<br />

All assessed persons are deemed to have received their notice as<br />

a result of this publication. If you have not received an<br />

Assessment Notice for the property you own in the Town of<br />

Hanna, please contact the Town Office at 4<strong>03</strong>-854-4433.<br />

Kim Neill, Chief Administrative Officer<br />

Town of Hanna<br />

Suncrest Farming Co. Ltd. has filed Application RA24002 with the Natural Resources<br />

Conservation Board (NRCB) to obtain an approval to expand an existing multi-species confined<br />

feeding operation (CFO) on the SW 2-36-13 W4M and SE 3-36-13 W4M in the County of<br />

Paintearth, Alberta. The application is to build a new replacement layer barn and to increase the<br />

number of chicken layers from 17,500 to 30,000. This will bring the total permitted livestock at this<br />

CFO to 450 sows farrow to finish, 6,000 chicken broilers, 200 milking cows (pus associated dries<br />

and replacements) and 30,000 chicken layers.<br />

Filing a Response<br />

Any person who is directly affected by the application may submit a written response to the NRCB.<br />

The response must be received by the NRCB on or before 4:30 pm on April 15, <strong>2024</strong>. Submissions<br />

should be made to 07.2021 the NRCB address provided below. A copy of the responses will be sent to the<br />

applicant for comment. Responses regarding the application may be posted on the NRCB’s public<br />

website, as they are public records and are non-confidential.<br />

Your written response must include your name, the legal land description of your residence or<br />

landholdings, mailing address, phone number, and email. You must also explain how you are<br />

directly affected. For further information please refer to the fact sheet “The Permitting Process for<br />

Confined Feeding Operations in Alberta” at www.nrcb.ca.<br />

Failure to submit a written response affects your right to apply for an NRCB Board review.<br />

Viewing the Application<br />

A complete copy of the application and supporting documents submitted by the applicant under<br />

the Agricultural Operation Practices Act may be viewed on the NRCB website at www.nrcb.ca<br />

(under Confined Feeding Operations / Notice of Approval and Registration Applications). The<br />

application will also be available for in-person viewing at the Red Deer office by appointment. If<br />

you require further information, please contact the approval officer listed below.<br />

Brand Experience<br />

Guidelines<br />

Sarah Neff, Approval Officer<br />

3<strong>03</strong>, 4920 – 51 Street<br />

Red Deer, AB T4N 6K8<br />

sarah.neff@nrcb.ca<br />

T 4<strong>03</strong>-506-9613<br />

The closing date for submissions:<br />

4:30 pm on April 15, <strong>2024</strong><br />

Dated at Red Deer, AB on March <strong>14</strong>, <strong>2024</strong>


8 M arch <strong>14</strong>'24 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Know your limitations<br />

for safer, productive farm<br />

Canadian Agricultural<br />

Safety Association<br />

It’s often said that farmers will stop<br />

at nothing to get the work done.<br />

But the long days, strenuous manual<br />

labour, and constant challenges that<br />

come with farming can easily take a<br />

physical and mental toll. That’s why<br />

it’s crucial for farmers to be aware of<br />

their limitations. Ignoring limitations<br />

can heighten the risk of injury or illness,<br />

leading to additional challenges<br />

on the farm.<br />

Everyone has limitations.<br />

Understanding and acknowledging<br />

your limits will benefit your physical<br />

and mental well-being, as well as your<br />

farm, family, and workers.<br />

Be aware of physical limitations<br />

Physical labour goes hand in hand<br />

with farming, but that doesn’t mean it<br />

should jeopardize your well-being.<br />

Physical capabilities are unique to<br />

every individual. Everyone has their<br />

own limitations of what they are physically<br />

capable of, and performing work<br />

beyond those personal limitations can<br />

lead to injuries – for both yourself and<br />

others working with you.<br />

To stay aware of physical limitations,<br />

conduct a job safety analysis for<br />

yourself or other workers before<br />

starting any new work on the farm to<br />

assess ability and risk. The main steps<br />

for a job safety analysis are:<br />

• Break a job into individual tasks.<br />

• Determine the minimum ability<br />

required to perform each task safely.<br />

• Identify any potential hazards.<br />

• Identify the personal risk factors of<br />

the person performing the work.<br />

• Determine actions to eliminate or<br />

control hazards.<br />

Keep in mind that limitations will<br />

inevitably change over time, so it’s<br />

essential to assess your physical capabilities<br />

periodically and have workers<br />

do the same. After all, there’s no benefit<br />

to getting injured just because you<br />

pushed yourself too far.<br />

Keep stress in check<br />

by learning to say no<br />

We all encounter stressful situations,<br />

but too much unmanaged stress<br />

can create a crisis.<br />

It’s crucial not to dismiss stress as<br />

something that “will pass.” Don’t wait<br />

to take action until you’ve reached or<br />

passed your limitations for tolerating<br />

stress.<br />

Though it’s impossible to eliminate<br />

stress completely from our lives, there<br />

are ways to prepare for and cope with<br />

stress before it negatively impacts<br />

your well-being.<br />

One of the ways to help stay within<br />

your limits is knowing how and when<br />

to say “no.” Taking on more than you<br />

can handle is a guaranteed way to find<br />

yourself stressed or facing burnout.<br />

Take the time to consider whether<br />

something is beneficial for you or your<br />

farm. If it isn’t, there’s nothing wrong<br />

with prioritizing your well-being and<br />

saying “no” or “not right now.”<br />

Other tips for managing stress<br />

include:<br />

• Recognize the emotional and physical<br />

signs of stress becoming too much.<br />

Writing down the signs can help.<br />

• Conduct an inventory of your<br />

stress to understand the stressful situations<br />

you can control and deal with.<br />

• Learn to accept the stressors that<br />

are beyond your control.<br />

• Make time for self-care. Remember<br />

that self-care isn’t an indulgence; it’s a<br />

basic necessity for mental wellness.<br />

• Take control of your environment.<br />

Recognize situations that are stressful<br />

triggers for you and find ways to mitigate<br />

them.<br />

• Know that you’re not alone.<br />

Identify your support system and<br />

reach out to let others know how you<br />

are feeling.<br />

Farming is incredibly rewarding,<br />

but it’s never been called easy.<br />

Knowing your limitations isn’t about<br />

taking “the easy road” and avoiding<br />

hard work. It’s about prioritizing your<br />

own well-being along with the needs of<br />

your farm.<br />

Always remember that your farm’s<br />

success is dependent on your<br />

well-being.<br />

For more farm safety information<br />

and resources, visit agsafetyweek.ca.<br />

General Manager:<br />

Diane Van Essen<br />

4<strong>03</strong>-915-7156<br />

Regular Sales every Friday - 9:00 A.M.<br />

Spring Gather of <strong>2024</strong><br />

April 8 th – PRE-BOOK Yearling Sale – 10:00 A.M.<br />

April 10 th – PRE-BOOK Yearling & Replacement Heifer Sale – 10:00 A.M.<br />

Spring Bull Sales<br />

March 16 th – Bandura Ranches Black Angus Bull Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

March 18 th – Fraser Total Performance 2Yr Black Angus & Hereford Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

March 19 th – Bulls Eye Select Bull Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

March 26 th – Charmark Charolais Bull Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

March 27 th – Count Ridge Red Angus Bull & Heifer Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

April 11 th – Acadia Ranching Charolais Bull Sale – 2:00 P.M.<br />

April 18 th – 66 Ranch 2Yr & Yearling Black Angus Bull Sale – 1:30 P.M.<br />

May 10 th – 66 Ranch Cow & Calf Pair Sale – 1:00 P.M.<br />

Asst. Manager:<br />

Sam McKinnon<br />

4<strong>03</strong>-793-1731<br />

Field Man:<br />

Lachie McKinnon<br />

4<strong>03</strong>-362-1825<br />

4<strong>03</strong>-362-5521<br />

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bowslope@eidnet.org<br />

Field Man:<br />

Colter Ellefson<br />

4<strong>03</strong>-376-7024<br />

Directions: From Stettler, AB go east on Hwy 12 for <strong>14</strong>kms to Botha, AB. Go south on Hwy 850 for 19kms to<br />

AB593, go east for 13kms (8mi) to Twsp Rd 172, go south for 8km (5mi), west side of road.<br />

From Byemoor, AB go north on Hwy 853 for 8km (4.5 miles) to Twsp Rd 355A, go west for 3.2km (2mi) to<br />

R.R. 172, go north for ½ mile, west side of road.<br />

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: NE-SE-SW-3-36-17-W4th (477 acres)<br />

This land sale consists of 3 full quarter sections with no acreages out just southeast of Stettler, AB. This 477 acres<br />

is currently in hay and pasture, and has a home yard that is fully serviced, with no buildings (only an older 2 car<br />

garage). There is approximately 220 acres in hay that was freshly seeded in 2021, as well as <strong>14</strong>0 acres in pasture<br />

with dugout and stock waterer from water well. These quarters are perimeter fenced and cross-fenced, and also have<br />

oil revenue. The home yard is serviced with an upgraded water well, power, natural gas, and yard light and is only<br />

minutes from the town of Byemoor which has a K-9 grade school. This is an excellent opportunity to own hard-to-find<br />

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2023 Total Taxes: 1,164.98<br />

Oil revenue: $3,100.00 (north quarter)<br />

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: A deposit of10% of the final bid payable to Rosehill Auction Service Ltd. will be required at the time of the auction. The balance is due on or<br />

before May 20th, <strong>2024</strong>. If the offer is not accepted by the owner the deposit will be returned to the purchaser. If the purchaser fails to meet the terms of the contract the<br />

deposit will be forfeited as liquidated damages. The final bid will be subject to the approval of the vendor.


<strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB March <strong>14</strong>'24 9<br />

Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Normalizing farm safety<br />

from an early age<br />

by Erin Kelly for the Canadian<br />

Agricultural Safety Association<br />

Katie Keddy’s approach to teaching<br />

her two sons about safety on the farm<br />

is simple: normalize it.<br />

“We believe in teaching them lessons<br />

so that they grow up with safety as a<br />

culture on the farm instead of learning<br />

it as adults,” explains Keddy.<br />

Keddy and her husband, Philip, are<br />

second-generation farmers growing<br />

sweet potatoes and strawberry<br />

nursery plants with her in-laws in<br />

Lakeville, NS. Being both a parent and<br />

involved with the farm, Keddy says she<br />

recognized early on the significance of<br />

making safety a regular part of conversations<br />

and way of thinking.<br />

“Through the busyness of business,<br />

especially with farming, safety can be<br />

one of the things that falls by the wayside<br />

pretty easily if it’s not made a<br />

priority,” says Keddy, who is currently<br />

president of Farm Safety Nova Scotia.<br />

“I wanted to ensure that didn’t happen<br />

because learning about safety as an<br />

adult requires more of a conscious<br />

effort when you haven’t grown up with<br />

it, versus it just being instilled from a<br />

young age.”<br />

A unique aspect of agriculture is<br />

that farms and ranches are not just<br />

worksites but places where people also<br />

live. While other industries see victims<br />

of occupational injuries almost exclusively<br />

in the 18 to 65 age range,<br />

children account for a significant<br />

number of injuries in agriculture.<br />

According to the latest findings of the<br />

Canadian Agricultural Injury<br />

Reporting, between 2011 and 2020,<br />

there were 58 fatal agriculture-related<br />

injuries among those aged 0 to <strong>14</strong>.<br />

“I’ve always made sure to have very<br />

black and white conversations with my<br />

kids about safety. If something could<br />

result in death, then we are very direct<br />

about it and very clear about the risks<br />

because there is so little room for<br />

error,” says Keddy. “A single moment<br />

of inattention could mean the worst<br />

possible outcome.”<br />

When it comes to safety, everyone<br />

has a role to play. That’s why one of the<br />

main lessons that Keddy and her husband<br />

have taught their sons – now nine<br />

and 11 – is that farm safety is everyone’s<br />

responsibility. And that includes<br />

them.<br />

“We have always taught our kids<br />

that they have as much responsibility<br />

to look out for other people on the farm<br />

as other people have to look out for<br />

them, and it is all of our jobs to look out<br />

for one another,” Keddy explains,<br />

adding that prioritizing safety also<br />

plays a big part in attracting and<br />

retaining employees.<br />

Being a parent and having a farm<br />

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10 M arch <strong>14</strong>'24 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. <strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW<br />

Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Culture of farm safety<br />

starts with communication<br />

Canadian Agricultural<br />

Safety Association<br />

When Roger Chevraux is asked how<br />

a culture of safety is established on his<br />

farm, he’s quick to note that it all<br />

comes down to communication.<br />

“I really think that the culture of<br />

safety is based on having a culture of<br />

communication on the farm. You can’t<br />

have the one without the other,” he<br />

says.<br />

Chevraux, a fourth-generation<br />

farmer, operates Century 12 Farms<br />

near Killam, Alberta, growing wheat,<br />

barley, and canola on land his greatgrandfather<br />

started farming in 1912.<br />

Having grown up on the farm,<br />

Chevraux has seen first-hand how<br />

farm safety has become more of a priority<br />

over the years, and a focus on<br />

enhancing open communication has<br />

undoubtedly played a role. However,<br />

encouraging communication amongst<br />

his workers is just one part of the<br />

equation; the other is to ensure they<br />

know their voices are heard and<br />

valued.<br />

“If someone says, ‘That ladder is<br />

starting to show signs of fatigue,’ then<br />

we go out and get new ladder right<br />

away, we don’t just put it on a to do list.<br />

When someone voices a concern, we<br />

look after it right away,” explains<br />

Chevraux, who is also president of the<br />

Canadian Canola Growers<br />

Association’s board of directors.<br />

“Having a culture on the farm where<br />

there is open communication and<br />

people are comfortable coming<br />

forward with questions and concerns<br />

is so significant because it can help<br />

avoid a lot of problems.”<br />

That open communication also helps<br />

workers voice any limitations for completing<br />

a particular job. Chevraux<br />

explains that he once had a worker<br />

who had a fear of heights and couldn’t<br />

climb the grain bins. Arrangements<br />

were made so that particular worker<br />

would not have to climb the bins.<br />

“If I don’t pay attention to those<br />

kinds of things, I know that worker<br />

isn’t coming back the next day,”<br />

Chevraux says.<br />

“I always tell our crew that if you<br />

have a problem, come and get me first.<br />

It’s important to be conscious that<br />

there are limitations to what people<br />

are comfortable doing and their comfort<br />

level comes up the more you spend<br />

time training them and making sure<br />

they understand the safety elements.”<br />

Encouraging those conversations to<br />

occur in the first place is essential.<br />

Chevraux notes that the key is not to<br />

demean or invalidate someone’s concerns<br />

or questions. After all, making<br />

people apprehensive to voice their hesitations<br />

is a sure-fire way to end up<br />

with safety issues.<br />

“It’s important to make it so that<br />

every person working on the farm is<br />

comfortable with coming to you and<br />

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No immunity to making mistakes<br />

Cont’d from Pg 10<br />

“You want to encourage that behaviour,<br />

not belittle them or make them<br />

feel forced to do something they’re not<br />

comfortable with, because that’s an<br />

easy path to having accidents if people<br />

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Farm safety includes being rail-safe<br />

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It takes the equivalent length of 18 football<br />

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than most other<br />

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trains.<br />

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farm crossings<br />

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Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Proud to Serve Our Farmers & Ranchers<br />

Farm lifestyle is a balancing act<br />

Cont’d from Pg 9<br />

“The entire lifestyle is a balancing<br />

act,” she says.<br />

Farm kids tend to grow up fast, says<br />

Keddy, and certain expectations are<br />

often put on them, whether intentional<br />

or not, because of what they grow up<br />

around and experience.<br />

“But even still, it is our responsibility<br />

as parents to not put them in an<br />

environment that could be unsafe and<br />

to give them the tools and knowledge<br />

necessary to keep them safe,” she<br />

explains. “While you’re trying to<br />

work, while you’re trying to run a<br />

business, you’re also trying to teach<br />

the kids the skills needed to be safe<br />

every day on the farm. And that definitely<br />

does take some careful and<br />

conscious balancing.”<br />

Maritime Ag Women’s Network<br />

One of the outlets that Keddy has<br />

used to help balance different priorities<br />

has been the Maritime Ag<br />

Women’s Network. Keddy co-founded<br />

the Facebook group with her friend<br />

Amy VanderHeide nearly 10 years ago<br />

after they attended the Atlantic Farm<br />

Women’s Conference and wanted to<br />

stay connected with the women they<br />

met there.<br />

“We realized we were all going back<br />

to our farms and<br />

it is isolating<br />

living on a farm,<br />

so when you find<br />

those connections,<br />

it’s really<br />

meaningful,”<br />

Keddy explains.<br />

“There is a need<br />

for connection,<br />

for information,<br />

and advice – be it<br />

with business,<br />

kids, or safety.”<br />

The need for<br />

such a group<br />

became clear as<br />

its membership<br />

grew steadily,<br />

reaching over<br />

1,000 members.<br />

As Keddy<br />

notes, it’s no<br />

secret that agriculture<br />

is rooted<br />

in old traditions.<br />

And while much<br />

progress has<br />

been made, many<br />

of the traditional<br />

expectations of<br />

women’s role in<br />

agriculture still<br />

exist. The<br />

Facebook group,<br />

she says, has<br />

helped highlight<br />

the unique experiences<br />

of farm<br />

women.<br />

“Safety is a<br />

prime example of<br />

something that<br />

falls to women as<br />

the traditional<br />

caregivers and<br />

they are the ones<br />

most often who<br />

are balancing the<br />

kids with the<br />

farm work. For<br />

me, I did have the<br />

interest and passion<br />

for safety,<br />

but that’s not the<br />

case for everyone<br />

and safety often<br />

becomes a woman’s<br />

Celebrating<br />

responsibility regardless of their<br />

interest in it,” explains Keddy. “It’s an<br />

immense amount of pressure, and<br />

when you’re working stressed is when<br />

accidents happen and things get<br />

missed.”<br />

While individual experiences will<br />

differ depending on location and commodity,<br />

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TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/<br />

Michelin 710/70R42 duals, showing 1296<br />

hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow hyds, 5<br />

hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights,<br />

leather seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/<br />

silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD<br />

tractor w/ JD 673 ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine<br />

grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus (40K)<br />

24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2<br />

hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires,<br />

380/85R24 front (ltd wear on tires), new JD<br />

Reman crate engine was put in @ approx.<br />

4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-<br />

1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor,<br />

showing 901 hrs, 16x16 Power Shuttle w/<br />

reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, air<br />

seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor,<br />

showing 4231 hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’<br />

steel box & Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km,<br />

8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box &<br />

Renn hoist, showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas,<br />

4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T,<br />

4x4, showing 101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69”<br />

box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH<br />

cart, single shoot, 9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber<br />

packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl fan, 2 fine<br />

rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8”<br />

tines, hyd angle, shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd<br />

pull scraper, box scraper ends, rear weight,<br />

mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AUGER<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivator, 4<br />

bar harrows, 9” spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing,<br />

shovels, no harrows<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4”<br />

packers<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA ground<br />

drive sprayer, 2200 L tank, Chem Handler I,<br />

marker, shedded<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger<br />

w/ Hawes 4 whl SP mover, Kohler 40 hp<br />

Command Pro, elec clutch, hyd winch, SN<br />

69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auger, 540<br />

PTO<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rear<br />

blade, hyd tilt & angle, c/w castor wheel<br />

option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape rake<br />

c/w castor wheel option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia<br />

broom<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not<br />

operational<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post hole<br />

auger, 9” dia x 36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer / seed<br />

spreader<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6<br />

removable ripping teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cultivator<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ramp, 2” ball<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/ Michelin 710/70R42<br />

duals, showing 1296 hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow<br />

hyds, 5 hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights, leather<br />

seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/ silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD tractor w/ JD 673<br />

ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus<br />

(40K) 24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires, 380/85R24 front (ltd<br />

wear on tires), new JD Reman crate engine was put in @<br />

approx. 4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor, showing 901 hrs,<br />

16x16 Power Shuttle w/ reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000<br />

PTO, air seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor, showing 4231<br />

hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all<br />

tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’ steel box &<br />

Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll<br />

tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box & Renn hoist,<br />

showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T, 4x4, showing<br />

101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69” box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH cart, single shoot,<br />

9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl<br />

fan, 2 fine rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd angle,<br />

shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd pull scraper,<br />

box scraper ends, rear weight, mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AU<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivato<br />

spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing,<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4”<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA g<br />

2200 L tank, Chem Handler I, marker, she<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger w/<br />

mover, Kohler 40 hp Command Pro, elec<br />

SN 69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auge<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rea<br />

angle, c/w castor wheel option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape ra<br />

option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not op<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post<br />

36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer /<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6<br />

teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cul<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ram<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles North on RGE RD 225; or from<br />

East on HWY 53, then 3.25 miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side). Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCT<br />

ESTATE OF EARL SANDIN & JOAN SA<br />

FARM AUCTION • BASHAW, AB<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 7 & 8, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL DAVE SANDIN 4<strong>03</strong><br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 2 AND CLOSES A<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/ Michelin 710/70R42<br />

duals, showing 1296 hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow<br />

hyds, 5 hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights, leather<br />

seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/ silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD tractor w/ JD 673<br />

ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus<br />

(40K) 24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires, 380/85R24 front (ltd<br />

wear on tires), new JD Reman crate engine was put in @<br />

approx. 4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor, showing 901 hrs,<br />

16x16 Power Shuttle w/ reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000<br />

PTO, air seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor, showing 4231<br />

hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all<br />

tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’ steel box &<br />

Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll<br />

tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box & Renn hoist,<br />

showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T, 4x4, showing<br />

101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69” box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH cart, single shoot,<br />

9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl<br />

fan, 2 fine rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd angle,<br />

shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd pull scraper,<br />

box scraper ends, rear weight, mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AUGER<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivator, 4 bar harrows, 9”<br />

spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing, shovels, no harrows<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4” packers<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA ground drive sprayer,<br />

2200 L tank, Chem Handler I, marker, shedded<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger w/ Hawes 4 whl SP<br />

mover, Kohler 40 hp Command Pro, elec clutch, hyd winch,<br />

SN 69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auger, 540 PTO<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rear blade, hyd tilt &<br />

angle, c/w castor wheel option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape rake c/w castor wheel<br />

option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia broom<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not operational<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post hole auger, 9” dia x<br />

36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer / seed spreader<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6 removable ripping<br />

teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cultivator<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ramp, 2” ball<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles North on RGE RD 225; or from Ponoka, go 17 miles<br />

East on HWY 53, then 3.25 miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side). Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

ESTATE OF EARL SANDIN & JOAN SANDIN<br />

FARM AUCTION • BASHAW, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 7 & 8, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL DAVE SANDIN 4<strong>03</strong>-785-6<strong>03</strong>9)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 2 AND CLOSES APRIL 9<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/ Michelin 710/70R42<br />

duals, showing 1296 hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow<br />

hyds, 5 hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights, leather<br />

seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/ silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD tractor w/ JD 673<br />

ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus<br />

(40K) 24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires, 380/85R24 front (ltd<br />

wear on tires), new JD Reman crate engine was put in @<br />

approx. 4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor, showing 901 hrs,<br />

16x16 Power Shuttle w/ reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000<br />

PTO, air seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor, showing 4231<br />

hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all<br />

tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’ steel box &<br />

Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll<br />

tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box & Renn hoist,<br />

showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T, 4x4, showing<br />

101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69” box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH cart, single shoot,<br />

9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl<br />

fan, 2 fine rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd angle,<br />

shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd pull scraper,<br />

box scraper ends, rear weight, mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AUGER<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivator, 4 bar harrows, 9”<br />

spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing, shovels, no harrows<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4” packers<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA ground drive sprayer,<br />

2200 L tank, Chem Handler I, marker, shedded<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger w/ Hawes 4 whl SP<br />

mover, Kohler 40 hp Command Pro, elec clutch, hyd winch,<br />

SN 69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auger, 540 PTO<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rear blade, hyd tilt &<br />

angle, c/w castor wheel option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape rake c/w castor wheel<br />

option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia broom<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not operational<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post hole auger, 9” dia x<br />

36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer / seed spreader<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6 removable ripping<br />

teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cultivator<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ramp, 2” ball<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles North on RGE RD 225; or from Ponoka, go 17 miles<br />

East on HWY 53, then 3.25 miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side). Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

ESTATE OF EARL SANDIN & JOAN SANDIN<br />

FARM AUCTION • BASHAW, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 7 & 8, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL DAVE SANDIN 4<strong>03</strong>-785-6<strong>03</strong>9)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 2 AND CLOSES APRIL 9<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/ Michelin 710/70R42<br />

duals, showing 1296 hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow<br />

hyds, 5 hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights, leather<br />

seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/ silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD tractor w/ JD 673<br />

ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus<br />

(40K) 24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires, 380/85R24 front (ltd<br />

wear on tires), new JD Reman crate engine was put in @<br />

approx. 4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor, showing 901 hrs,<br />

16x16 Power Shuttle w/ reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000<br />

PTO, air seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor, showing 4231<br />

hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all<br />

tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’ steel box &<br />

Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll<br />

tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box & Renn hoist,<br />

showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T, 4x4, showing<br />

101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69” box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH cart, single shoot,<br />

9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl<br />

fan, 2 fine rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd angle,<br />

shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd pull scraper,<br />

box scraper ends, rear weight, mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AUGER<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivator, 4 bar harrows, 9”<br />

spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing, shovels, no harrows<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4” packers<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA ground drive sprayer,<br />

2200 L tank, Chem Handler I, marker, shedded<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger w/ Hawes 4 whl SP<br />

mover, Kohler 40 hp Command Pro, elec clutch, hyd winch,<br />

SN 69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auger, 540 PTO<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rear blade, hyd tilt &<br />

angle, c/w castor wheel option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape rake c/w castor wheel<br />

option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia broom<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not operational<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post hole auger, 9” dia x<br />

36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer / seed spreader<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6 removable ripping<br />

teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cultivator<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ramp, 2” ball<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles North on RGE RD 225; or from Ponoka, go 17 miles<br />

East on HWY 53, then 3.25 miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side). Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

ESTATE OF EARL SANDIN & JOAN SANDIN<br />

FARM AUCTION • BASHAW, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 7 & 8, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL DAVE SANDIN 4<strong>03</strong>-785-6<strong>03</strong>9)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 2 AND CLOSES APRIL 9<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS & DOZER<br />

•2010 John Deere 9630 4WD tractor w/ Michelin 710/70R42<br />

duals, showing 1296 hrs, 18 spd PS trans, 78 GPM high flow<br />

hyds, 5 hyds, AutoTrac ready, 20 (47kg) rear weights, leather<br />

seat, diff lock, premier lighting<br />

•16’ Degelman 7900 6-way dozer blade w/ silage ext, ltd use<br />

•2010 John Deere 6430 Premium MFWD tractor w/ JD 673<br />

ldr, 7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 6027.7 hrs, AutoQuad Plus<br />

(40K) 24 spd trans, LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd,<br />

540/1000 PTO, 420/85R38 rear tires, 380/85R24 front (ltd<br />

wear on tires), new JD Reman crate engine was put in @<br />

approx. 4000 hrs, (Selling for Glen Sandin 4<strong>03</strong>-783-1206)<br />

•2009 Case IH Farmall 95C MFWD tractor, showing 901 hrs,<br />

16x16 Power Shuttle w/ reverser, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000<br />

PTO, air seat, ldr mounts, mid mt hyd w/ joystick, one<br />

owner<br />

•1968 John Deere 4020 diesel 2WD tractor, showing 4231<br />

hrs, no cab, std trans, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, ltd use on all<br />

tires<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•1978 Chev C65 Tag Axle grain truck w/ 20’ steel box &<br />

Nordic hoist, showing 22,234 km, 8 cyl gas, 5&2 trans, roll<br />

tarp<br />

•1975 GMC 6000 SA grain truck w/ 16’ box & Renn hoist,<br />

showing 39,226 miles, 8 cyl gas, 4&2 trans, one owner<br />

•2005 Chev Silverado Z71 Special Edition ½ T, 4x4, showing<br />

101,440 km, crew cab w/ 69” box, 5.3L gas, auto trans<br />

AIR DRILL & HEAVY HARROW<br />

•45’ Flexicoil 5000 air drill w/ FC 2320 TBH cart, single shoot,<br />

9” spacing, 5-1/2” rubber packers, sgl harrow closers, sgl<br />

fan, 2 fine rollers, Flexicoil controller, shovels, shedded<br />

•70’ Degelman SM7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd angle,<br />

shedded<br />

SCRAPERS & MOWER<br />

•16’ Johnson Mfg HyGrade 1600 RS 6-way hyd pull scraper,<br />

box scraper ends, rear weight, mtd skid shoes<br />

•12’ Friggstad hyd scraper<br />

•15’ Schulte 1550 PT batwing mower, 1000 PTO<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT & AUGER<br />

•57’ Friggstad 420 medium duty cultivator, 4 bar harrows, 9”<br />

spacing<br />

•30’ Willcar Ind DT cultivator, 12” spacing, shovels, no harrows<br />

•50’ Flexicoil Sys 95 harrow packer, 1-3/4” packers<br />

•60’ Jetstream Computorspray 647/2 TA ground drive sprayer,<br />

2200 L tank, Chem Handler I, marker, shedded<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800, 10”x59’ auger w/ Hawes 4 whl SP<br />

mover, Kohler 40 hp Command Pro, elec clutch, hyd winch,<br />

SN 69560<br />

•Sakundiak HD10-1800 10”x59’ PTO auger, 540 PTO<br />

•12’ DT cultivator<br />

•2 John Deere surflex tillers<br />

3PT HITCH EQUIP<br />

•8’ 3 PTH rototiller, 540 PTO<br />

•9’ Land Pride RBT 40108 6-way 3 PTH rear blade, hyd tilt &<br />

angle, c/w castor wheel option<br />

•8’ Land Pride RB 3596 3 PTH rear blade<br />

•8’ Land Pride LR 3596 3 PTH landscape rake c/w castor wheel<br />

option<br />

•20’ Brandt 3 PTH sprayer, 155 US gal tank<br />

•20’ Hardi 3 PTH sprayer, 79 US gal tank<br />

•7’ Sweepster 3 PTH sweeper, 24”-26” dia broom<br />

•80” Maletti PCV 3 3 PTH rototiller, not operational<br />

•Unused SpeeCo Field Master 3 PTH post hole auger, 9” dia x<br />

36” long bit<br />

•Hi-Co Field King FS 500 3 PTH fertilizer / seed spreader<br />

•6’ Rugged Ranch 3 PTH box scraper w/ 6 removable ripping<br />

teeth<br />

•New Holland 80 3 PTH bale fork<br />

•10’ Allis Chalmers 3 PTH spring tooth cultivator<br />

•3 PTH 2 wheel hay rake<br />

•John Deere 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

•Land Pride Cat 1 3 PT Quick Hitch<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2005 <strong>14</strong>’ Bergen SA trailer w/ flip up ramp, 2” ball<br />

•10-1/2’ SA trailer, 92” wide, 24” sides<br />

•John Deere pallet fork<br />

•Bradco skidsteer pallet fork<br />

•Unused John Deere bale spear<br />

•Kawasaki Bayou 300 2WD quad<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles North on RGE RD 225; or from Ponoka, go 17 miles<br />

East on HWY 53, then 3.25 miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side). Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

ESTATE OF EARL SANDIN & JOAN SANDIN<br />

FARM AUCTION • BASHAW, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 7 & 8, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL DAVE SANDIN 4<strong>03</strong>-785-6<strong>03</strong>9)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 2 AND CLOSES APRIL 9<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Bashaw, go 7 miles<br />

West on HWY 605, then 2.75 miles<br />

North on RGE RD 225; or from Ponoka,<br />

go 17 miles East on HWY 53, then 3.25<br />

miles South on RGE RD 225 (west side).<br />

Gate sign - 422068 RGE RD 225.<br />

INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

mierauctions.ca<br />

NE/HEADER/SWATHER<br />

e w/ 2016 (<strong>14</strong>) PU header, 1802 sep /<br />

R32 fronts, 600/65R28 rears, Pro 600<br />

ndard tube rotor, MagnaCut extra<br />

tilt, Autoguide ready<br />

Belt Plus rigid draper header, pea<br />

ort, dbl knife drive, PU reel (w/ all<br />

t<br />

uson 9435 swather w/ 5200 header,<br />

n auto steer, 2 Roto-Shears, triple<br />

tilt, fore & aft, sgl knife drive, rear<br />

fronts<br />

TOR & ATTACHMENTS<br />

WD tractor w/ JD 265 ldr & 7’ bucket<br />

e), <strong>14</strong>,174 hrs, 3 PTH, 8F/4R trans,<br />

, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 rears<br />

w/ 4 tine grapple to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

s to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

SPRAYER<br />

20 SP sprayer, 39<strong>03</strong> eng hrs, Aim<br />

ions, 1000 gal SS tank & SS booms,<br />

rimble auto steer, SCS 4600 rate<br />

n front dividers, 3” fill, 320/90R46<br />

FLOATER<br />

ater w/ Case IH 810 Flex-Air System,<br />

s, stainless steel pkg, Raven Viper Pro<br />

esel, Allison auto trans, luxury cab w/<br />

chel’s electric roll tarp, deluxe HID<br />

rears, 750/45R26.5 fronts (selling for<br />

<strong>03</strong>92)<br />

TRUCKS<br />

B tridem grain truck w/ 25’ box &<br />

68 km, Cat C13, 18 spd trans, Michel’s<br />

t & gate control (w/ remote), rear<br />

leather seats, alum rims, 11R24.5<br />

onts, rear hitch plate<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist, 466 diesel, 8<br />

spd trans, showing 608,270 km, elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires,<br />

spring susp, air brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab, 6-1/2’ box,<br />

372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C, PW & PDL, pwr mirrors,<br />

keyless entry, one owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only), sgl shoot w/<br />

MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel packers, Dutch 2837 carbide<br />

tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe auger, bag lift,<br />

dual fans, cameras & monitor, seed treater, Bourgault 591<br />

monitor, 650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd<br />

angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’ coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP mover, Kohler<br />

Command Pro 35 hp, elec clutch, reversing gear box, hyd<br />

winch, light kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing mover, elec<br />

swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera<br />

& monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid w/ integrated<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498 hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough pump trailer;<br />

hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda (for<br />

grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart, etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

East side of Daysland, go 6.75 miles South on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6<br />

, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 (South side). Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

ESERVED AUCTION<br />

AN TOTH FARM AUCTION • HEISLER, AB.<br />

IL 3 & 4, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL KEN & JEAN TOTH 780-679-7832)<br />

OPENS MARCH 29 AND CLOSES APRIL 5<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

COMBINE/HEADER/SWATHER<br />

•2010 Case IH combine w/ 2016 (<strong>14</strong>) PU header, 1802 sep /<br />

2390 eng hrs, 900/65R32 fronts, 600/65R28 rears, Pro 600<br />

monitor, Ext wear standard tube rotor, MagnaCut extra<br />

fine chopper, lateral tilt, Autoguide ready<br />

•36’ Honey Bee Grain Belt Plus rigid draper header, pea<br />

auger, built-in transport, dbl knife drive, PU reel (w/ all<br />

new teeth), fore & aft<br />

•2011 30’ Massey Ferguson 9435 swather w/ 5200 header,<br />

1096 eng hrs, TopCon auto steer, 2 Roto-Shears, triple<br />

delivery, PU reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, sgl knife drive, rear<br />

weights, 480/85R26 fronts<br />

TRACTOR & ATTACHMENTS<br />

•John Deere 3155 MFWD tractor w/ JD 265 ldr & 7’ bucket<br />

(plumbed for grapple), <strong>14</strong>,174 hrs, 3 PTH, 8F/4R trans,<br />

loader joystick, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 rears<br />

•7’ John Deere bucket w/ 4 tine grapple to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

•Horst HLA pallet forks to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

SPRAYER<br />

•2008 100’ Case IH 3320 SP sprayer, 39<strong>03</strong> eng hrs, Aim<br />

Command w/ 6 sections, 1000 gal SS tank & SS booms,<br />

Auto boom height, Trimble auto steer, SCS 4600 rate<br />

controller, (2) Tridekon front dividers, 3” fill, 320/90R46<br />

tires, HID field lights<br />

FLOATER<br />

•2013 Case IH 4530 floater w/ Case IH 810 Flex-Air System,<br />

70’, showing 2620 hrs, stainless steel pkg, Raven Viper Pro<br />

w/ autosteer, 8.7L diesel, Allison auto trans, luxury cab w/<br />

leather, auto rate, Michel’s electric roll tarp, deluxe HID<br />

lighting, 1050/50R32 rears, 750/45R26.5 fronts (selling for<br />

Roger Toth 780-781-<strong>03</strong>92)<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•2007 Kenworth T800B tridem grain truck w/ 25’ box &<br />

hoist, showing 391,068 km, Cat C13, 18 spd trans, Michel’s<br />

electric roll tarp, hoist & gate control (w/ remote), rear<br />

hoist & tarp control, leather seats, alum rims, 11R24.5<br />

rears, 445/65R22.5 fronts, rear hitch plate<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist, 466 diesel, 8<br />

spd trans, showing 608,270 km, elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires,<br />

spring susp, air brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab, 6-1/2’ box,<br />

372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C, PW & PDL, pwr mirrors,<br />

keyless entry, one owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only), sgl shoot w/<br />

MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel packers, Dutch 2837 carbide<br />

tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe auger, bag lift,<br />

dual fans, cameras & monitor, seed treater, Bourgault 591<br />

monitor, 650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd<br />

angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’ coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP mover, Kohler<br />

Command Pro 35 hp, elec clutch, reversing gear box, hyd<br />

winch, light kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing mover, elec<br />

swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera<br />

& monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid w/ integrated<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498 hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough pump trailer;<br />

hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda (for<br />

grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart, etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From the East side of Daysland, go 6.75 miles South on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6<br />

miles North on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 (South side). Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

KEN & JEAN TOTH FARM AUCTION • HEISLER, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 3 & 4, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL KEN & JEAN TOTH 780-679-7832)<br />

BIDDING OPENS MARCH 29 AND CLOSES APRIL 5<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

COMBINE/HEADER/SWATHER<br />

•2010 Case IH combine w/ 2016 (<strong>14</strong>) PU header, 1802 sep /<br />

2390 eng hrs, 900/65R32 fronts, 600/65R28 rears, Pro 600<br />

monitor, Ext wear standard tube rotor, MagnaCut extra<br />

fine chopper, lateral tilt, Autoguide ready<br />

•36’ Honey Bee Grain Belt Plus rigid draper header, pea<br />

auger, built-in transport, dbl knife drive, PU reel (w/ all<br />

new teeth), fore & aft<br />

•2011 30’ Massey Ferguson 9435 swather w/ 5200 header,<br />

1096 eng hrs, TopCon auto steer, 2 Roto-Shears, triple<br />

delivery, PU reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, sgl knife drive, rear<br />

weights, 480/85R26 fronts<br />

TRACTOR & ATTACHMENTS<br />

•John Deere 3155 MFWD tractor w/ JD 265 ldr & 7’ bucket<br />

(plumbed for grapple), <strong>14</strong>,174 hrs, 3 PTH, 8F/4R trans,<br />

loader joystick, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 rears<br />

•7’ John Deere bucket w/ 4 tine grapple to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

•Horst HLA pallet forks to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

SPRAYER<br />

•2008 100’ Case IH 3320 SP sprayer, 39<strong>03</strong> eng hrs, Aim<br />

Command w/ 6 sections, 1000 gal SS tank & SS booms,<br />

Auto boom height, Trimble auto steer, SCS 4600 rate<br />

controller, (2) Tridekon front dividers, 3” fill, 320/90R46<br />

tires, HID field lights<br />

FLOATER<br />

•2013 Case IH 4530 floater w/ Case IH 810 Flex-Air System,<br />

70’, showing 2620 hrs, stainless steel pkg, Raven Viper Pro<br />

w/ autosteer, 8.7L diesel, Allison auto trans, luxury cab w/<br />

leather, auto rate, Michel’s electric roll tarp, deluxe HID<br />

lighting, 1050/50R32 rears, 750/45R26.5 fronts (selling for<br />

Roger Toth 780-781-<strong>03</strong>92)<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•2007 Kenworth T800B tridem grain truck w/ 25’ box &<br />

hoist, showing 391,068 km, Cat C13, 18 spd trans, Michel’s<br />

electric roll tarp, hoist & gate control (w/ remote), rear<br />

hoist & tarp control, leather seats, alum rims, 11R24.5<br />

rears, 445/65R22.5 fronts, rear hitch plate<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist, 466 diesel, 8<br />

spd trans, showing 608,270 km, elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires,<br />

spring susp, air brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab, 6-1/2’ box,<br />

372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C, PW & PDL, pwr mirrors,<br />

keyless entry, one owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only), sgl shoot w/<br />

MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel packers, Dutch 2837 carbide<br />

tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe auger, bag lift,<br />

dual fans, cameras & monitor, seed treater, Bourgault 591<br />

monitor, 650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd<br />

angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’ coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP mover, Kohler<br />

Command Pro 35 hp, elec clutch, reversing gear box, hyd<br />

winch, light kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing mover, elec<br />

swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera<br />

& monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid w/ integrated<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498 hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough pump trailer;<br />

hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda (for<br />

grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart, etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From the East side of Daysland, go 6.75 miles South on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6<br />

miles North on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 (South side). Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

KEN & JEAN TOTH FARM AUCTION • HEISLER, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 3 & 4, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL KEN & JEAN TOTH 780-679-7832)<br />

BIDDING OPENS MARCH 29 AND CLOSES APRIL 5<br />

DIRECTIONS: From the East side of<br />

Daysland, go 6.75 miles South on<br />

Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP<br />

RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6 miles<br />

North on Hwy 855, then 2 miles<br />

West on TWP RD 440 (South side).<br />

Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

COMBINE/HEADER/SWATHER<br />

•2010 Case IH combine w/ 2016 (<strong>14</strong>) PU header, 1802 sep /<br />

2390 eng hrs, 900/65R32 fronts, 600/65R28 rears, Pro 600<br />

monitor, Ext wear standard tube rotor, MagnaCut extra<br />

fine chopper, lateral tilt, Autoguide ready<br />

•36’ Honey Bee Grain Belt Plus rigid draper header, pea<br />

auger, built-in transport, dbl knife drive, PU reel (w/ all<br />

new teeth), fore & aft<br />

•2011 30’ Massey Ferguson 9435 swather w/ 5200 header,<br />

1096 eng hrs, TopCon auto steer, 2 Roto-Shears, triple<br />

delivery, PU reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, sgl knife drive, rear<br />

weights, 480/85R26 fronts<br />

TRACTOR & ATTACHMENTS<br />

•John Deere 3155 MFWD tractor w/ JD 265 ldr & 7’ bucket<br />

(plumbed for grapple), <strong>14</strong>,174 hrs, 3 PTH, 8F/4R trans,<br />

loader joystick, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 rears<br />

•7’ John Deere bucket w/ 4 tine grapple to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

•Horst HLA pallet forks to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

SPRAYER<br />

•2008 100’ Case IH 3320 SP sprayer, 39<strong>03</strong> eng hrs, Aim<br />

Command w/ 6 sections, 1000 gal SS tank & SS booms,<br />

Auto boom height, Trimble auto steer, SCS 4600 rate<br />

controller, (2) Tridekon front dividers, 3” fill, 320/90R46<br />

tires, HID field lights<br />

FLOATER<br />

•2013 Case IH 4530 floater w/ Case IH 810 Flex-Air System,<br />

70’, showing 2620 hrs, stainless steel pkg, Raven Viper Pro<br />

w/ autosteer, 8.7L diesel, Allison auto trans, luxury cab w/<br />

leather, auto rate, Michel’s electric roll tarp, deluxe HID<br />

lighting, 1050/50R32 rears, 750/45R26.5 fronts (selling for<br />

Roger Toth 780-781-<strong>03</strong>92)<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•2007 Kenworth T800B tridem grain truck w/ 25’ box &<br />

hoist, showing 391,068 km, Cat C13, 18 spd trans, Michel’s<br />

electric roll tarp, hoist & gate control (w/ remote), rear<br />

hoist & tarp control, leather seats, alum rims, 11R24.5<br />

rears, 445/65R22.5 fronts, rear hitch plate<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist, 466 diesel, 8<br />

spd trans, showing 608,270 km, elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires,<br />

spring susp, air brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab, 6-1/2’ box,<br />

372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C, PW & PDL, pwr mirrors,<br />

keyless entry, one owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only), sgl shoot w/<br />

MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel packers, Dutch 2837 carbide<br />

tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe auger, bag lift,<br />

dual fans, cameras & monitor, seed treater, Bourgault 591<br />

monitor, 650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd<br />

angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’ coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP mover, Kohler<br />

Command Pro 35 hp, elec clutch, reversing gear box, hyd<br />

winch, light kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing mover, elec<br />

swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera<br />

& monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid w/ integrated<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498 hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough pump trailer;<br />

hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda (for<br />

grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart, etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

DIRECTIONS: From the East side of Daysland, go 6.75 miles South on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6<br />

miles North on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 (South side). Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

KEN & JEAN TOTH FARM AUCTION • HEISLER, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 3 & 4, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL KEN & JEAN TOTH 780-679-7832)<br />

BIDDING OPENS MARCH 29 AND CLOSES APRIL 5<br />

ID VISIT:<br />

ns.ca<br />

02 sep /<br />

Pro 600<br />

extra<br />

pea<br />

/ all<br />

eader,<br />

iple<br />

, rear<br />

bucket<br />

ans,<br />

5 ldr<br />

im<br />

oms,<br />

ate<br />

0R46<br />

System,<br />

iper Pro<br />

cab w/<br />

HID<br />

lling for<br />

x &<br />

Michel’s<br />

rear<br />

4.5<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist, 466 diesel, 8<br />

spd trans, showing 608,270 km, elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires,<br />

spring susp, air brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab, 6-1/2’ box,<br />

372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C, PW & PDL, pwr mirrors,<br />

keyless entry, one owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only), sgl shoot w/<br />

MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel packers, Dutch 2837 carbide<br />

tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe auger, bag lift,<br />

dual fans, cameras & monitor, seed treater, Bourgault 591<br />

monitor, 650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow, 5/8” tines, hyd<br />

angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’ coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP mover, Kohler<br />

Command Pro 35 hp, elec clutch, reversing gear box, hyd<br />

winch, light kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing mover, elec<br />

swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera<br />

& monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid w/ integrated<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498 hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough pump trailer;<br />

hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda (for<br />

grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart, etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

iles South on Hwy 855, then 2 miles West on TWP RD 440 or from Heisler, go 6<br />

440 (South side). Gate sign – 16407 TWP RD 440.<br />

ED AUCTION<br />

RM AUCTION • HEISLER, AB.<br />

INTMENT (CALL KEN & JEAN TOTH 780-679-7832)<br />

RCH 29 AND CLOSES APRIL 5<br />

COMBINE/HEADER/<br />

SWATHER<br />

•2010 Case IH combine w/ 2016 (<strong>14</strong>) PU header,<br />

1802 sep /2390 eng hrs, 900/65R32 fronts,<br />

600/65R28 rears, Pro 600 monitor, Ext wear<br />

standard tube rotor, MagnaCut extra fine<br />

chopper, lateral tilt, Autoguide ready<br />

•36’ Honey Bee Grain Belt Plus rigid draper<br />

header, pea auger, built-in transport, dbl<br />

knife drive, PU reel (w/ all new teeth), fore<br />

& aft<br />

•2011 30’ Massey Ferguson 9435 swather w/<br />

5200 header, 1096 eng hrs, TopCon auto<br />

steer, 2 Roto-Shears, triple delivery, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, sgl knife drive, rear<br />

weights, 480/85R26 fronts<br />

TRACTOR & ATTACHMENTS<br />

•John Deere 3155 MFWD tractor w/ JD 265 ldr<br />

& 7’ bucket (plumbed for grapple), <strong>14</strong>,174<br />

hrs, 3 PTH, 8F/4R trans, loader joystick, 2<br />

hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 18.4-38 rears<br />

•7’ John Deere bucket w/ 4 tine grapple to fit<br />

JD 265 ldr<br />

•Horst HLA pallet forks to fit JD 265 ldr<br />

SPRAYER<br />

•2008 100’ Case IH 3320 SP sprayer, 39<strong>03</strong> eng<br />

hrs, Aim Command w/ 6 sections, 1000 gal<br />

SS tank & SS booms, Auto boom height,<br />

Trimble auto steer, SCS 4600 rate controller,<br />

(2) Tridekon front dividers, 3” fill, 320/90R46<br />

tires, HID field lights<br />

FLOATER<br />

•2013 Case IH 4530 floater w/ Case IH 810 Flex-<br />

Air System, 70’, showing 2620 hrs, stainless<br />

steel pkg, Raven Viper Pro w/ autosteer,<br />

8.7L diesel, Allison auto trans, luxury cab<br />

w/ leather, auto rate, Michel’s electric roll<br />

tarp, deluxe HID lighting, 1050/50R32 rears,<br />

750/45R26.5 fronts (selling for Roger Toth<br />

780-781-<strong>03</strong>92)<br />

TRUCKS<br />

•2007 Kenworth T800B tridem grain truck w/<br />

25’ box & hoist, showing 391,068 km, Cat<br />

C13, 18 spd trans, Michel’s electric roll tarp,<br />

hoist & gate control (w/ remote), rear hoist<br />

& tarp control, leather seats, alum rims,<br />

11R24.5 rears, 445/65R22.5 fronts, rear<br />

hitch plate<br />

•1990 IH 2654 TA grain truck w/ 20’ box & hoist,<br />

466 diesel, 8 spd trans, showing 608,270 km,<br />

elec roll tarp, 11R22.5 tires, spring susp, air<br />

brakes<br />

•2011 Ford F150 XTR pick up, 4x4, crew cab,<br />

6-1/2’ box, 372,183 km, 5L gas, auto, A/T/C,<br />

PW & PDL, pwr mirrors, keyless entry, one<br />

owner, 275/65R18 tires, seats 6<br />

AIR DRILL<br />

•2012 62’ Bourgault 5810 air drill (tool only),<br />

sgl shoot w/ MRB IIIs, 9.8” spacing, 4” steel<br />

packers, Dutch 2837 carbide tips, 13.5-15 tires<br />

•2010 Bourgault 6550 ST TBH cart, Deluxe<br />

auger, bag lift, dual fans, cameras & monitor,<br />

seed treater, Bourgault 591 monitor,<br />

650/75R34 rear duals, 540/65R24 front sgls<br />

HARROWS & VALMAR<br />

•70’ Brandt Commander 7000 heavy harrow,<br />

5/8” tines, hyd angle, 16.5L-16.1 SL fronts<br />

•70’ Summers tine harrows & drawbar<br />

•Valmar 240 PT granular applicator, approx. 44’<br />

coverage<br />

AUGERS & BIN<br />

•Westfield STX2 8-51 8”x51’ auger w/ SP<br />

mover, Kohler Command Pro 35 hp, elec<br />

clutch, reversing gear box, hyd winch, light<br />

kit, new April/22<br />

•Brandt 13”x70’ mech swing auger, hyd swing<br />

mover, elec swing lift, 540 PTO, full bin spout<br />

w/ alarm, Cab Cam camera & monitor<br />

•2016 JTL 1825FA hopper bin, 6300 bu+/-, skid<br />

w/ integrated aeration, roof vents, site glasses<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•John Deere X540 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck, 498<br />

hrs<br />

•(2) floating slough pumps (6 & 8 hp); slough<br />

pump trailer; hose<br />

•Flaman 5hp Inline aeration fan; Grainguard<br />

Inline heater<br />

•Peacock 60 dry chem applicator w/ 5hp Honda<br />

(for grasshopper killer)<br />

•Johnson 5 hp outboard boat motor w/ fuel<br />

tank<br />

•Champion 6500 W generator; Yamaha 2000 W<br />

generator<br />

•Oxy/acetylene cutting torch w/ bottles, cart,<br />

etc.<br />

•Plus farm misc<br />

AGRICULTURE


<strong>ECA</strong> REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB March <strong>14</strong>'24 15<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42<br />

duals, 16 spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap<br />

hyd pump, John Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong><br />

rear suitcase & wheel weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr,<br />

7’ bucket w/ 5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20<br />

PowrQuad Plus w/ LH reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2<br />

hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep<br />

/ 1620 eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears,<br />

Pro Drive, Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power<br />

fold hopper, Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M<br />

auger, Premium cab, HID lights, GS3 2630 monitor,<br />

Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher, Cabcam hopper &<br />

auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife<br />

drive, PU reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly<br />

skids, factory transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52<br />

hdr / 1717 eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd<br />

hdr tilt, JD ATU 300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910<br />

(430 bu) TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit<br />

Raven Rate Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing,<br />

4” steel packers, 3-1/2” paired row seed openers,<br />

$55,960 w/o Mar/23- (1000 acres seeded since),<br />

new components incl Romafa conveyor, Romafa<br />

front meter box, stainless cart tubes, rear cart tire,<br />

cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs,<br />

750 gal SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback<br />

auto steer w/ XD Drive & ADO 10” display, 5<br />

sections, hyd tread adjust, (4) Maxim crop dividers,<br />

c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp),<br />

13 spd trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote<br />

hoist & endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll<br />

tarp, Ali Arc bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd<br />

silage endgate, showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear<br />

hoist control, alum rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI<br />

box & hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, roll tarp, (owner thinks<br />

1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing<br />

mover & hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin<br />

spout, camera & monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP<br />

mover, Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch,<br />

reversing gear box, lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid,<br />

rocket aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse<br />

trailer w/ living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total<br />

length, 12’8” short wall, slant load, 8’ wide, has<br />

Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades, never been pulled<br />

in winter (no salt), removable tack room, LQ pass<br />

through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS<br />

nose, one owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7<br />

L diesel, 210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans,<br />

loaded w/ leather, sunroof, navigation, pwr ext<br />

mirrors, keyless entry, front heated / air cond seats,<br />

overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 28’ (24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500<br />

lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer<br />

w/ flip up ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’<br />

wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW &<br />

FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines,<br />

hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl<br />

arm harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly<br />

tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH<br />

discharge, 1000 PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction,<br />

10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-<br />

Rite 35 GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go<br />

1.25 miles East on HWY 609<br />

(Northside) . Gat e s i gn - 19560<br />

HWY 609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing mover &<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spout, camera &<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP mover,<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, reversing gear box,<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid, rocket<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse trailer w/<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length, 12’8” short wall,<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades,<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), removable tack room,<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS nose, one<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7 L diesel,<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded w/ leather,<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyless entry, front<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up ramps, 28’<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines, hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl arm<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH discharge, 1000<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction, 10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-Rite 35<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sign - 19560 HWY<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDBERG, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 780-679-8810)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES APRIL 12<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing mover &<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spout, camera &<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP mover,<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, reversing gear box,<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid, rocket<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse trailer w/<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length, 12’8” short wall,<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades,<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), removable tack room,<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS nose, one<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7 L diesel,<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded w/ leather,<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyless entry, front<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up ramps, 28’<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines, hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl arm<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH discharge, 1000<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction, 10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-Rite 35<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sign - 19560 HWY<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDBERG, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 780-679-8810)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES APRIL 12<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BI<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spou<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridia<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, rev<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments,<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl s<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRA<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), remo<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyle<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs &<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb a<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel tr<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wid<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUI<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 g<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receiv<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, L<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe cons<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sig<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTI<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDB<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 78<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES AP<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / B<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spou<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridi<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, rev<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TR<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total lengt<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), rem<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awnin<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyle<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs &<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel tr<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wid<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQU<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’1<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator,<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 g<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC recei<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder,<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe con<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sig<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTI<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDB<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 7<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES AP<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / B<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spou<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridi<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, rev<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TR<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total lengt<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), rem<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awnin<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyle<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs &<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel tr<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wid<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQU<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’1<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator,<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 g<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC recei<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder,<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe con<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sig<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTI<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDB<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 7<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES AP<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing mover &<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spout, camera &<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP mover,<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, reversing gear box,<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid, rocket<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse trailer w/<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length, 12’8” short wall,<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades,<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), removable tack room,<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS nose, one<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7 L diesel,<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded w/ leather,<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyless entry, front<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up ramps, 28’<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines, hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl arm<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH discharge, 1000<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction, 10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-Rite 35<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sign - 19560 HWY<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDBERG, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 780-679-8810)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES APRIL 12<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing mover &<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spout, camera &<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP mover,<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, reversing gear box,<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid, rocket<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse trailer w/<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length, 12’8” short wall,<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades,<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), removable tack room,<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS nose, one<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7 L diesel,<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded w/ leather,<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyless entry, front<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up ramps, 28’<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines, hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl arm<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH discharge, 1000<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction, 10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-Rite 35<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sign - 19560 HWY<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDBERG, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 780-679-8810)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES APRIL 12<br />

FOR MORE INFO. AND TO BID VISIT:<br />

bid.premierauctions.ca<br />

TRACTORS<br />

•2005 Case IH STX 425 4WD, 3522 hrs, 710/70R42 duals, 16<br />

spd PS trans, Cummins QSX 15, high cap hyd pump, John<br />

Deere ATU 200, 5 hyd, diff lock, <strong>14</strong> rear suitcase & wheel<br />

weights.<br />

•2012 John Deere 7330 MFWD w/ JD H360 ldr, 7’ bucket w/<br />

5 tine grapple, 3016 hrs, 20/20 PowrQuad Plus w/ LH<br />

reverser, joystick, 3 PTH, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, one owner<br />

COMBINE / HEADER / SWATHER<br />

•20<strong>14</strong> John Deere S680 w/ JD 615 PU hdr, 1204 sep / 1620<br />

eng hrs, 650/85R38 duals, 750/65R26 rears, Pro Drive,<br />

Advanced Powercast Tailboard, Power fold hopper,<br />

Contour Master (lateral tilt), 7.9M auger, Premium cab, HID<br />

lights, GS3 2630 monitor, Auto trac ready, Crop Catcher,<br />

Cabcam hopper & auger cameras<br />

•2012 John Deere 635D draper header, dbl knife drive, PU<br />

reel, hyd tilt, fore & aft, full width poly skids, factory<br />

transport, Horizon auto hdr height<br />

•2006 30’ Premier 2952i swather w/ 972 hdr, <strong>14</strong>52 hdr / 1717<br />

eng hrs, dbl knife drive, split PU reel, hyd hdr tilt, JD ATU<br />

300, 500/70R24 fronts<br />

AIR DRILL & SPRAYER<br />

•43’ John Deere 1830 air drill (2011) w/ JD 1910 (430 bu)<br />

TBH cart (2012), triple shoot incl NH 3 kit Raven Rate<br />

Controller), variable rate, 10” spacing, 4” steel packers,<br />

3-1/2” paired row seed openers, $55,960 w/o Mar/23-<br />

(1000 acres seeded since), new components incl Romafa<br />

conveyor, Romafa front meter box, stainless cart tubes,<br />

rear cart tire, cart to drill primary hoses<br />

•1998 90’ John Deere 4700 sprayer, 3133 eng hrs, 750 gal<br />

SS tank, JD brown box display, Outback auto steer w/ XD<br />

Drive & ADO 10” display, 5 sections, hyd tread adjust, (4)<br />

Maxim crop dividers, c/w 2 sets of tires<br />

GRAIN TRUCKS<br />

•2004 Freightliner Columbia TA grain truck w/ 20’<br />

Cancade box & hoist, Mercedes 460 eng (435 hp), 13 spd<br />

trans, showing 125,405 km, Brehon remote hoist &<br />

endgate, rear hoist control, air ride, roll tarp, Ali Arc<br />

bumper, (owner thinks 1,125,405 km)<br />

•1999 GMC C8500 TA grain truck w/ 20’ CBI box & hoist,<br />

Cat 3126 (330 hp), Allison auto trans, hyd silage endgate,<br />

showing 410,519 km, diff lock, rear hoist control, alum<br />

rims<br />

•1981 Western Star 4864-2 TA grain truck w/ 19’ CBI box &<br />

hoist, 6V-92 Detroit eng (335 hp), 13 spd trans, showing<br />

370,534 km, Brehon remote hoist & endgate, rear hoist<br />

control, roll tarp, (owner thinks 1,370,534 km)<br />

AUGERS / GRAIN VAC / BIN<br />

•(2) Brandt 1370 13”x70’ swing augers, elec swing mover &<br />

hyd winch, reverser, 540 PTO, full bin spout, camera &<br />

monitor<br />

•Meridian TL10-39 10”x39’ auger w/ Meridian SP mover,<br />

Vanguard 37hp EFI, 43 hrs, elec clutch, reversing gear box,<br />

lights<br />

•Brandt 5200 EX grain vac w/ attachments, 110 hrs<br />

•FarmKing 10”x50’ mech swing auger<br />

•Meridian GrainMax 4000 hopper bin, dbl skid, rocket<br />

aeration, roof vents, site glasses, manway<br />

HORSE TRAILER / TRUCK / TRAILERS<br />

•2009 Merhow Equistar Alum gooseneck 3 horse trailer w/<br />

living quarters, 6-1/2’ slide, 35’ total length, 12’8” short wall,<br />

slant load, 8’ wide, has Outlaw conversion w/ upgrades,<br />

never been pulled in winter (no salt), removable tack room,<br />

LQ pass through door, AC, 3 piece bath w/ shower, stove<br />

top, microwave, fridge / freezer, 17’ awning, SS nose, one<br />

owner, ltd use, exc cond<br />

•2011 Ford F250 King Ranch Super Duty, 4x4, 6.7 L diesel,<br />

210,845 km, 6-1/2’ box, auto trans, loaded w/ leather,<br />

sunroof, navigation, pwr ext mirrors, keyless entry, front<br />

heated / air cond seats, overload springs & air bags installed<br />

•2011 Kaufman Tri Axle 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up ramps, 28’<br />

(24’ main + 4’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 7500 lb axles<br />

•1991 Trail King TK12-1801 TA 5 th wheel trailer w/ flip up<br />

ramps, 18’ (13’ main + 5’ beavertail), 8’ wide, 6000 lb axles<br />

HEAVY HARROW & FIELD EQUIPMENT<br />

•73’ Riteway Model 7173 heavy harrow, 9’16” tines, hyd angle<br />

•21’ John Deere 220 TA disc<br />

•31’ Morris CP-731 Magnum DT cultivator, 4 bar dbl arm<br />

harrows<br />

•Degelman R570S ground drive picker<br />

•50’ Herman tine harrows & drawbar, 500 gal poly tank<br />

GPS EQUIPMENT<br />

•John Deere 2630 disp w/ SF1 activ<br />

•John Deere Starfire 6000, 3000 & ITC receivers<br />

CATTLE EQUIPMENT<br />

•Highline Bale Pro 7000 HD bale shredder, LH discharge, 1000<br />

PTO<br />

•Linden trailer style post pounder<br />

•30’ shop built bale trailer, steel & pipe construction, 10’ wide<br />

•12.5’ HD steel loading chute on skids<br />

•(2) 31’ silage bunks<br />

•(2) 16’ calf shelters<br />

•(2) feed troughs, 13’ & 6’<br />

•(4) round bale feeders, and more!<br />

MISCELLANEOUS<br />

•2 Seat Democrat Buggy<br />

•Westeel 1000 gal (4545L) sgl wall fuel tank w/ Fill-Rite 35<br />

GPM pump<br />

•And much more!<br />

DIRECTIONS: From Edberg, go 1.25 miles East on HWY 609 (North side). Gate sign - 19560 HWY<br />

609, Camrose County, AB.<br />

UNRESERVED AUCTION<br />

OREST & LEANNE CHROMIK FARM AUCTION • EDBERG, AB.<br />

PREVIEW : APRIL 10 & 11, OR BY APPOINTMENT (CALL OREST CHROMIK 780-679-8810)<br />

BIDDING OPENS APRIL 5 AND CLOSES APRIL 12<br />

Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Salute to Agriculture / Farm Safety<br />

Copyright © 2023, Penny Press<br />

ANSWER TO<br />

PUZZLE NO. 206<br />

Is on page 16<br />

CROSSWORD PUZZLE<br />

ANSWERS USE<br />

AMERICAN SPELLING<br />

PUZZLE NO. 206<br />

ACROSS<br />

1. Wild donkey<br />

4. Denomination<br />

8. Hit sharply<br />

12. Fish eggs<br />

13. Jobless<br />

<strong>14</strong>. Drive on a runway<br />

15. Huck’s friend<br />

16. Wedding-cake<br />

layer<br />

17. Morally bad<br />

18. Bad mood<br />

20. Gas-guzzler<br />

21. Daisy holder<br />

22. Shock<br />

25. Encore!<br />

28. ____ Francis<br />

Drake<br />

29. Distant<br />

32. Pungent bulb<br />

34. Nary a soul<br />

36. Nightmare street<br />

of film<br />

37. Harbor boat<br />

39. Poorer<br />

40. Fireman’s water<br />

source<br />

42. Not bad: hyph.<br />

45. Pomeranian, e.g.<br />

46. Worked<br />

in the garden<br />

50. Bakery need<br />

51. Body of knowledge<br />

53. Inlet<br />

54. Hill’s companion<br />

55. Continuously<br />

56. Metallic dirt<br />

57. Partner<br />

58. Forest animal<br />

59. Call it quits<br />

DOWN<br />

1. Music and dance,<br />

e.g.<br />

2. Shortly<br />

3. Large truck<br />

4. Have a seat<br />

5. Proclamation<br />

6. Settles<br />

7. Land<br />

8. Actor/<br />

comedian Martin<br />

9. Fluid rock<br />

10. Center of rotation<br />

11. Stack<br />

19. Drudge<br />

23. State of being<br />

joined<br />

24. Matured<br />

25. Develop<br />

26. Lassie<br />

27. Provide with<br />

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29. “____ the Boys”<br />

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30. Newspaper promos<br />

31. Pastrami bread<br />

33. Snuggled<br />

35. The two together<br />

38. Channel<br />

40. Hive product<br />

41. See eye<br />

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42. Fountain order<br />

43. Shaped<br />

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44. Vend<br />

47. Clarinet’s kin<br />

48. Merit<br />

49. Changed the color<br />

52. Foul up<br />

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Secure hitch pins<br />

Cont’d from Pg 12<br />

When using new farm machinery<br />

for the first time, especially if it’s particularly<br />

wide or heavy, ensure it can<br />

cross tracks quickly and safely. Don’t<br />

hesitate to contact the railway for<br />

assistance regarding any non-standard<br />

machinery.<br />

If you’re towing equipment, it’s crucial<br />

to prevent it from becoming<br />

unhitched when going over farm<br />

crossings, so always secure hitch pins<br />

with a pin key. And remember to<br />

watch wagons and other equipment<br />

while crossing to ensure nothing dislodges<br />

or becomes caught in the<br />

tracks.<br />

Getting stuck or stalled<br />

on the tracks<br />

No one wants to get stuck or stalled<br />

on train tracks, but if it happens, get<br />

out of the machinery immediately and<br />

move at least 30 metres away to avoid<br />

being struck by debris if your vehicle<br />

is hit by a train.<br />

Once you are safely away from the<br />

machinery, contact the railway company<br />

to let them know a vehicle is on<br />

the tracks. Railway companies post<br />

their emergency numbers on a blue<br />

sign under the crossbuck (the traffic<br />

sign used to indicate a railway<br />

crossing) or near the crossing. The<br />

number may also be posted on a<br />

nearby signal house. This is the first<br />

number to call if your machinery<br />

becomes stuck or stalls on the tracks,<br />

as it’s the only way to stop<br />

approaching trains. If you are unable<br />

Remanded<br />

Cont’d from Pg 4<br />

Justin Lenfesty (33), a resident of<br />

Three Hills, has been charged with<br />

possession for the possession of trafficking<br />

methamphetamine, possession<br />

of property obtained by crime, failing<br />

to comply with release order X 8.<br />

Following a Judicial Interim<br />

Hearing, Lenfesty was remanded into<br />

custody and is set to appear in Alberta<br />

Court of Justice in Drumheller on<br />

March 8, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

A female resident of Three Hills has<br />

been charged with possession for the<br />

possession of trafficking methamphetamine<br />

and possession of a prohibited<br />

weapon for a dangerous purpose.<br />

The female was released on an<br />

undertaking and is set to appear in<br />

Alberta Court of Justice in<br />

Drumheller on May 24, <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

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On page 15<br />

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to locate the<br />

emergency<br />

number, call 911.<br />

As trains can<br />

take up to two<br />

kilometres to<br />

stop, always obey<br />

the signs and signals<br />

at railway<br />

crossings.<br />

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