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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com May 26, 2015 • Page 11 Something For Everyone at Dairy Fest erested in this spot? all 665-5884 to e your ad here. nterested in this spot? all 665-5884 to e your ad here. erested in his spot? all 665-5884 to ce your ad here. BROOKINGS, S.D. - Area dairy producers invite you to enjoy free family events during the second Annual Dairy Fest Celebration held in Brookings at the Swiftel Center June 5-6, 2015. Dairy Fest is an annual event put on by dairy producers, processors and industry leaders to bring the community together to celebrate the dairy industry. This two-day event provides something for everyone, from youth to adults and will prove an opportunity to learn about all aspects of the dairy industry. Dairy Fest Youth Carnival Festivities kick off at 10 a.m. Friday June 5 with a carnival for youth groups to attend. The carnival is open until 2 p.m. Groups are requested to pre-register for this day of the carnival. Group registrations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis, attendance is limited to 225. Contact Tracey Erickson at 605.882.5140 or email for the Dairy Fest Youth Carnival Group registration information. Saturday, June 6 the Dairy Fest Youth Carnival opens up to the general public for attendance. Phil Baker will perform at 9 am and 11 am. The SD Dairy Princess will also be on hand to greet attendees. Youth and adults will rotate between carnival stations in a FUN environment learning about the dairy industry, starting Call 665-5884 to place at the farm all the way to the consumption of dairy products.This carnival is made up of several hands-on “myth busters” style learning stations set up throughout the Swiftel Center. Stations will provide a wide range of activities from cheese making to feeding a baby calf. These activities are designed for youth between the ages of 5 and 14. Cow to Cup 5K Saturday June 6 begins with the second annual Cow to Cup 5K race a 7 a.m. Runners will be able to refuel with a free bottle of chocolate milk following the race. Funds from the race will go to South Dakota Ag in the Classroom and the SDSU Dairy Club. The preregistration cost is $25 which includes a tshirt. Registration the day of the event is $35. To register visit the All Sports Central website. Dairy Farm and Dairy Plant Tours Another great opportunity on Saturday is a free bus tour of Hilltop Dairy. A modern dairy farm, just outside Brookings, these tours will take place from 9 a.m. and noon. Tour buses leave from the Swiftel Center in Brookings. Besides the tour of Hilltop Dairy, the bus tour also includes an exclusive, behind the scenes tour of the South Dakota State University Davis Dairy Plant where the famous ice cream is made. Know Your Neighbor Open Forum Have you ever had questions that you would like to ask a dairy farmer? Beginning at 10:30 a.m. June 6 the Know Your Neighbor open forum will take place. All community members are encouraged to attend and ask questions to the dairy community your ad here. and dairy farming neighbors. A free luncheon is open to the public following the forum. This event is designed so attendees can go home knowing more about their dairy neighbors. “As dairy farmers we enjoy the opportunity to share our dairy farming story, which is exactly what Dairy Fest is all about. We like to let people know how well cows are cared for,” said INTERESTED IN THIS SPOT? www.missourivalleyshopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com REAL ESTATE, HORSE MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2015 •at Visit our Web site 10:00 AM We will sell the following at public www.missourivalleyshopper.com auction located across from the Eastern Farmers Elevator in Davis, SD. 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Horse Equipment and Machinery: JD high wheel wagon; high wheel 665-5884 to place your ad here. triple box/corn picking board; JD corn binder; JD single row cultivator; JD sulky plow & gang plow; JD 999 2 row corn planter; JD 10’ disk; JD #4 mower, 5’ bar; INTERESTED IN IH high gear #9 mower, 6’ bar; 2 Case mowers, 6’ bar; IH #9 THIS SPOT? mower, 6’ bar; wooden drag; hitch wagon; covered 2 seat CALL 665-5884 TO surrey; covered wagon/rubber; wide track bob sled; JD dump PLACE YOUR AD HERE. rake; fore cart; breaking sled; neck yokes; eveners; tounges; show harness for draft horses; horse collars; harness parts; Adams #4 road grader; horse stall panels; brass sleigh bells; Machinery: IHC 5088 tractor, 10,400 hrs; Dual 310 loader; Dakon gravity wagon; Willmar fertilizer spreader; IHC #183 8N cultivator; JD running gear/steel; JD Model K manure spreader; Cat fork lift, propane; DCT utility trailer; Horse Trailer: Pro Stock Cattleman 8’x 20 ‘gn trailer; 4-Wheeler/Boat: Polaris Sportsman 400 AWD, 780 miles; Honda 4-wheeler for parts; Larson 19’ boat, inboard motor/ Midi trailer; Misc: Lincoln welder; welding torch/tanks; 2 round bale feeders; cream cans; IH cream separator; wooden water barrels; lumber; old hardwood flooring; duck boat; tools; pickup tool box; 500 gallon diesel and gas tanks/electric pumps; JD LX 277 lawn mowers, needs work; 2-wheel 4’x 8’ enclosed trailer; Maytag wringer washer; Pax hog feeder, new. Toys: 40 Ertl toys including JD, IHC, Ford, Allis, Case, Oliver, Massey tractors; baseball cards; Consigned by Jeff Schneiderman: wooden triple box wagon, complete; wooden flare box/steel. Consigned by Gordon Ribstein: 4 saddles/blankets; steel saddle racks & bucket holders; horse barn fans; tack; log chains & binders; 50 steel 6’ & 8’ panels; walk through gates; camping equipment; aluminum pickup tool box; new scoops and 600 lb two wheel carts; ramps, cages. Terms: Cash/Sales Tax Lunch: Davis American Legion Auxiliary Nicolien Hammink, an area dairy producer and Dairy Fest committee member. For more information about Dairy Fest, please contact Dairy Fest Committee Chair, Darrel Rennich at 605.695.3676. Dairy Fest Schedule of Events: Friday, June 5 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Youth Dairy Carnival - Swiftel Center (For Groups such as GAP, Boys N Girls Clubs, BASE, 4-H, etc.), Free to attend 6 p.m. Got Milk Gala- Swiftel Center Saturday, June 6 7 a.m. Cup to Cow 5K Registration- runners need to meet at the SDSU Dairy Bar Parking Lot SDSU Dairy Science Department, Alfred Dairy Science Hall, (SDS), SDSU, Brookings, SD located on the northwest corner of the SDSU campus. 8 a.m. Cup to Cow 5K Race Begins- SDSU Dairy Bar Parking Lot 9 & 10:30 a.m. Guided Tours of the Davis Dairy Plant tour as well as a tour of a Brookings-Area Dairy Farm. Meet in the Swiftel Lobby and leave from Swiftel Center Free to Attend 9 a.m. - Noon Youth Dairy Carnival-Swiftel Center (Open to the General Public), Free to Attend 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. Phil Baker Show - Youth Dairy Carnival -Swiftel Center, Free to Attend 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Know Your Farm Neighbor- Open Forum - public welcome! - Swiftel Center, Free to Attend www.missourivalleyshopper.com 11 a.m. - Noon - Phil Baker Show - Youth Dairy Carnival -Swiftel Center, Free to Attend. our Web site at Visit 11:30 - 1 p.m. Public www.missourivalleyshopper.com Free Luncheon- Swiftel Center. iGrow New At The Library Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library Adult Books • Discount by Casey Gray; Fiction • Don’t Go Home by Carolyn Hart; Fiction • The Fall by John Lescroart; Fiction • Fire Flowers by Ben Byrne; Fiction • A History of Loneliness by John Boyne; Fiction • Leaving Berlin by Joseph Kanon; Fiction • The Liar by Nora Roberts; Fiction • Monday’s Lie by Jamie Mason; Fiction • Normal by Graeme Cameron; Fiction • The Sniper and the Wolf by Scott McEwen; Fiction • Solitude Creek by Jeffery Deaver; Fiction • Too Bad To Die by Francine Mathews; Fiction • Trauma by Michael & Daniel Palmer; Fiction • Water from My Heart by Charles Martin; Fiction • Born with Teeth by Kate Mulgrew; Nonfiction • Do Over by Jon Acuff; Nonfiction • Ghettoside by Jill Leovy; Nonfiction • The Great Divide by Thomas Fleming; Nonfiction • Mater Thieves by Stephen Kurkjian; Nonfiction • My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me by Jennifer Teege; Nonfiction • Our Kids by Robert D. 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Classified FAX number: 605-665-0288 n Visit our Web site at 319 Walnut • Yankton, SD 57078 • Phone: 605-665-5884 www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com FAX IT 605-665-5882 Shopper www.missourivalleyshopper.com Bob and Joyce Homan, Owners 605-351-4457 Joel R Westra, Broker & Auctioneer, Beresford, SD 605-310-6941 Pete Atkins, Broker Associate & Auctioneer, Tea, SD 605-351-9847 Joel A Westra, Broker Associate & Auctioneer, Chancellor, SD 605-957-5222 Groundbreaking for State Fairgrounds’ New 4-H Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, May 27 HURON, S.D.-With the help of many volunteers and donors, the day has come! A groundbreaking ceremony for the Nordby Exhibit Hall for 4-H, Youth, and Community will take place at 9 a.m. CDT on Wednesday, May 27, at the State Fairgrounds in Huron at the National Guard Armory located at 1030 3rd St. SW, next to the new building’s site. Lt. Gov. Matt Michels will be among those addressing the attendees. The public is invited to attend. Over the past several months, the South Dakota State Fair Foundation has been carrying out a capital campaign for the exhibit hall, which will be a statewide home for South Dakota 4-H; something not currently available for 4-H members. The building will be constructed on the site that once featured Clover Hall. When built, the 48,000 square-foot Nordby Exhibit Hall for 4-H, Youth, and Community will feature more than 30,000 square feet of exhibit space, multiple classrooms, a large kitchen for 4-H Special Foods competitions, and a performance stage for the many 4-H activities that will take place there year-round. Community and regional events will take place in this building throughout the year as well. 4-H is the largest youth development organization in the nation. Through handson experience, 4-H members learn elements of responsibility, community service, teamwork, organization, project management, public speaking, parliamentary procedure, judging, animal stewardship, fundraising, mentoring younger children and a number of other specific skills. 4-H has prepared many South Dakotans to meet challenges in their communities. To date, the South Dakota State Fair Foundation has raised nearly $3.9 million of its $4.7 million goal. Those interested in supporting the Capital Campaign are invited to contact the State Fair Foundation at 605-274-3370 or visit www.sdstatefairfoundation.com. Agriculture is South Dakota’s No. 1 industry, generating over $25.6 billion in annual economic activity and employing more than 115,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture’s mission is to promote, protect, preserve and improve this industry for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at http://sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook and Twitter. SDDA n ColleCtibles & MaChinery AUCTION finding the right job is easier than you think Owners: Loren & Linda Buettner & Family, Mission, SD (308) 660-2894 cell Sunday, May 31, 2015 @ 10:00 a.m. CDT Auctioneer Note: There are a lot of items on this auction that will not be listed! If you would like to see the pictures of just about everything on the auction go to danclarkauctions.com. Please bring your trailers, there will be a telehandler & skid steer on hand the day of the auction to get you loaded and on your way. We will be using 2 auction rings so please bring a friend. Selling: Farm Machinery & Pickup, Collectibles Tractors & Machinery, Collectible Vehicles, Horse Drawn & Older Machinery, Collectible Parts, Steel Wheels, Antiques, Tires & Rims Featured items: • New Holland 1100 Windrower, 14’ auger head w/conditioner, dsl & AC cab • 1953 JD 60 all fuel, running, New RT 13.6-38, NF, live PTO, power steering SN 6022807 • 1952 Dodge Power Wagon • 1974 VW Bug IV This Auction being conducted by Dan Clark Auction Sales LLC, Winner, SD Auctioneers: Dan Clark (605) 842-1150 or (605) 842-6075 or Brad Gran (605) 208-5671 NO BUYERS PREMIUM NO HIDDEN FEES when you’ve got the right direction Stop searching. The Help Wanted section of the Missouri Valley Shopper list many possible new job opportunities. Find a career that’s right for you. MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y
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