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THE KALONA NEWS, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 PAGE 7A iI www.FarmersNational.com Real Estate Sales Auctions Farm and Ranch Management Appraisal Insurance * Consultation Oil and Gas Management Forest Resource Management National Hunting Leases Lake Management FNC Ag Stock Iowa Learning Farms (ILF), sity assistant professor of agron- along with the University of Iowa omy, as they discuss the Miscan- (UI) Office of Sustainability and thus Pilot Project, which is part of UI Utilities and Energy Manage- the UI Biomass Fuel Project. The ment, are hosting a Bio-Renew- Miscanthus Pilot Project explores ables field day on Wednesday, using miscanthus as a biofuel on Sept. 10, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the the UI campus. Ben Anderson, UI Miscanthus Pilot Project test plot, Power Plant Manager, will explain Iowa City how miscanthus is being used in Join landowner Dan Black and their solid fuel boilers. Emily Heaton, Iowa State Univer- The field day will be held at the Wednesday, September 17, at 10:00 AM at the Bella Sala Reception and Banquet Facility 205 South Park Road Tiffin, Iowa For Property Details, Contact: Farmers John Yeomans, AFM/Agent Iowa City, Iowa W,.JE _- National Phone: (319)325-3080 JYeomans@FarmersNational.com MACHINERY CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Located at Duwa's Auction Building, 1 miles West of Wellman, IA on Hwy 22 Fri, Sept 12, 2014 - 8:00 am TRACTORS - COMBINES - GRAIN HEADS: '07 NH TG275, MFWD, 3500 hrs; '08 JD 5225 MFWD w/512 Idr, 240 hrs; '88 JD 4450 MFWD, ps, 8150 hrs, new cab int, 18.4-38 Firestones & duals; '80 JD 4240, 7000 hrs, w/new style AC; '77 JD 4430 w/7000hrs; Case 2870, 4WD, 3 pt, pto, duals; '98 MF 4235, 2300 hrs, dual hyd; MF 2705; JD 4020, D, w/Wstndrf Idr; JD 4010D, wf; JD 2750; JD 2550 w/245 Idr; 2-JD 2030, D's w/JD 145 Idrs; JD 3010, G, wf, SN 16582; '68 IH 656, hydro, gas, wf, 3pt; JD 1250; '63 Farmall 560, G, wf; MF 165, G, w/MF 200 Idr; IH 240, G; IH 504 w/Idr; MF 2705 not run; '59 JD 730LP, 3 pt, wf, new tires, restored; JD 620, G, nf; AC WD, wfw/ Idr; '54 Super MTA, orig; '53 IH Super M w/33 ser, restored; Farmall Super C w/belly mow; McCormick Deering W-6; IH-H-needs work; Wstndrf WL 21 Idr; J D 20 series wf & wts; JD 158 Idr; JD 46A & 47A Idrs; BuhlerAIlied 595 Idr; Oliver loader-fits 77; MH 44 fndrs; Tractor frt fndrs; 18.4-38 duals; 15.5- 38 tires w/JD rims; 16 IH stamped frt wts; JD whl wts; Combines: '93 JD 9500 w/2370 eng hrs, 1665 sop hrs; '93 JD 9500 w/5600 eng hrs, 3800 sop hrs; NH TR98 RWA w/2933 Sop hrs, Ig auger, duals; '84 JD 7720 w/2395 hrs, chop; JD 6620 SH, hydro, 4758 hrs; IH 1460 w/Mug hog; 25' JD 925 GT w/full ring auger; JD 915 flex w/3" cut, poly skid plate & tings; 30' NH 973 flex GT; 25' Case IH 1020 GT; JD 653S late model bean hd; JD 931 GT; 30' trlr; JD 643 CH; JD 444 CH; Ez Trail & 25' J&M head trailers; 5th whl hd moving trlr; Down corn reel; Imp tires & rims SKID LOADERS- D4 CAT - IH DOZER- HUBER MOTOR GRADER - FORKLIFT: Skid loaders: NH 425, G w/830 hrs, '06 NH L185 w/1830 hrs, Bobcat 743; Set of JD 328D steel tracks; IH TD15-B hyd dozer; D4 Cat w/pony start, tracks 50%, hyd bid & pto; '75 Huber Motor grader (military ver), w/14' hyd blade, scare fire & cab; Bohlens Husky 14-01, 14 hp forklift; Skid Idr trencher attach & truss setter; Pallet forks; Tire scraper SEMI TRACTOR/TRAILER - TRUCKS - PICKUPS - TRAILERS: '89 Freightliner w/350 Cums, 13 spd; '90 Transcraft 48' fltbd ; Trucks: '96 IH 4900, Dot 466, 269K mi w/10T feed body; '88 Ford L8000 w/15Kmi on new Cat eng, 12T feed body; '81 GMC C6500 feed truck; '86 GMC 2T w/24' bx; '91 Chevy dually van truck; '79 Chevy C70,366 eng, 5x2, 72K mi, 18' bx; '78 Chevy & '69 Chevy C50 w/16' boxes; Knapheide 18' box w/hoist Knapheide 12' bed w/swing bm & winch; Pickups: '00 Chevy Silverado 4WD, 156K mi; '99 Ford F-350 Super Duty D, fltbd-needs clutch; '86 GMC 4WD; '84 Chevy 4WD; '87 Ford Ranger, 2WD; '80 Ford F-250, 4WD w/fltbd '67 Ford F-350 dually; Trailers: 2014 Featherlite 20' GN lives; '01 Kiefer 1000 Series 29' GN fltbd w/20,0001b GVW dual Land axles & 5' beav w/ ramps; '99 Hootridge 30' GN trip axle fltbd; 25' Delite tand dual GN fltbd; 25' Hootridge GN fltbd w/doub axles; '01-25' Delta BH fltbd; 20' BH tand 72001b axle w/3 ramps; 18' BH tilt, fltbd tand; 16' Rawhide & Keller BH lives; '75 GN lives; 18 8, 20" fltbds GRAIN CARTS - GRAVITIES - AUGERS - SUPERIOR GRAIN BIN - GRAIN VACS - DRYERS: 24'-3500 bu Superior bin w/Sukup stir & drying floor, to be removed from site; Grain Carts: 2-Brent 744; 2-Brent 420-one w/scales & tarp; 2-Kinze 400-one w/new roll tarp; JD 500 & 1210A Killbros 400; Gravities: Parker 2600; 2-J&M 400 bu; Behlen 300 bu; DMI D400 8, E280; Augers: 13"x91' Wstfid; 2-10"x62' Mayrath W/ST hops; 8"x63' Feterl; 8"x31' & 36' Wstfid; 8"x32' Feted; DX 4000 & Rem 1026 B grain vacs; 30' bin floor; Bin sheets for 30,000 bu bin-60' dia (no roof); Dryers: AB8B Farm Fans batch dryer; MC 375 contin flow dryer; 2-JD 500 FARM EQUIP: 23' JD 235 black gang disc; JD 930 disc bine w/10'6" cut & rolls; Case IH 530C 5 shk ripper; 24' Wil-rich FC w/spike tooth harr; Wilbeck 8 shk disc chisel; 19' Kew fit fld disc; Farmhand steel forage wagons on JD 1075 grs w/tot tires; 32' JD 331 disc w/9" spacs; 18' JD 220 disc; 18' & 24' Kent disc-o-vators; JD 1710A 11 shk mulch tiller; 20' JD 1000 FC w/bar; Case IH 1350 GM w/hyd ST; 20' Hiniker 1120 FC; Artsway 800A silamix; Case WRX-301 12 whl rake; M&W 4 shk Earth Master w/bust bar Vermeer 605 Super J baler; M&W RC 456 10 whl rake; 21' Kew 1020 disc 32' Unverferth 1225 dbl rolling bskt bar; 14' Glencoe disc chisel; Frontie MSl117 sprdr-1 yr old; 9' box scraper; 16' H&S tand forage wagon on New EZ Trail gr; 20' Great Plains solid stand drill; 21' AC FC w/harr; Owat 216 mow cond; BH 2510- batTing mow; Knight 1130 sprdr; KMC 9 sh disc chisel; NH 489 Mo-Co's; Gehl 1315 Scavenger sprdr; Knight LA-9 TMR mixer; Harvest King forage wagons-frt & rear unload; JD 7000 4R-W; 28' JD planter trlr; NH 55 & 56 rakes; 1000 gal NH3 tank on gear; 8' HD frt mt blade-fits Case IH Max; JD 27 stalk shred; Gehl 95 GM; 12' BH chisel plow; Badger BN950 forage wagons; NH 1033 bale wagon; Kelderman 12 & 10 whl rakes; 7x14' Holder dump wagons; 16' Rink hog trlr; HD bale trlr; NH 450, IH 100, 7' JD, MF sick mows; JD 145H 4-16" plow; 1000 gal water tank on GN trlr w/pump; Grain-o-vaLor; 16' UPT stalk chow; Sitrex 14 whl hi-cap rake; Worksaver box scraper; Wstndrf 10T gear; Gill 3 pt grm blade; Artsway 4256 GM w/scales; Krause disc; Big Ox & IH rippers; 10' JD disc; Knoedler feeder wagon; JD 6x12 barge wagon; Barge & flare wagons; Rot mows; 10' BH chisel; 10' cultipacker; 16"x30" rock box; IH chop w/CH & HH Fuel barrels; JD 1508 batTing mower; Primitives LIVESTOCK EQUIP - BULK BINS - 15OO' GUARD RAIL - 1000 CONT. FENCING - TRUSSES - LUMBER - KATO LITE & DAYTON GENERATORS - 19 HAYRACKS OF SHOP & HAND TOOLS - WOODWORKING - 5TM WHEEL CAMPERS - 4 WHEELERS - KAWASAKI MULE - LAWN & GARDEN EQUIP - COLORADO SPRUCE TREES AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Not responsible for theft/accidents. Items to be removed from site within 60 days or it becomes property 01 Auction Co. Positive I.D. required. Consignments accepted til 5:00pro Sept 10% ORDER OF SALE: 8:00am Hayrack items, 8:15 Farm equip. 8:45-Lives. equip. 11:00-Shop equip l:30pm Lawn & garden equip Phone: 319-646-6775 Web: www.duwaauction.com DUWA'S AUCTION SERVICE LLC Iowa City plot, where 13 acres of Leopold Center for Sustainable miscanthus were planted this Agriculture, a partner of Iowa spring. The plot is located on Learning Farms, has funded this Highway 1, approximately one project through multiple com- mile south of the Highway 218/27 petitive grants. For more infor- interchange, on the north side mation about the Biomass Fuel of the road. The field day is free, Project, visit the website: http:// open to the public, and includes a sustainability.uiowa.edu/topics/ complimentary meal prepared by the-university-of-iowa-biomass- the Johnson County Cattlemen. fuel-project/ An RSVP is encouraged; contact For more information about Iowa Learning Farms, 515-294-8912 Iowa Learning Farms, visit the or via email: ilf@iastate.edu, to be website: http://www.extension. included in the meal count, iastate.edu/ilf/. Giant Miscanthus is a sterile Established in 2004, Iowa Learn- perennial crop native to eastern ing Farms is building a Culture of Asia. Development of this grass Conservation, encouraging adop- for bioenergy and biofuel is in the tion of conservation practices. early stages in the U.S, but it has Farmers, researchers and ILF been grown in Europe to produce team members are working to- energy for over 30 years. Miscan- gether to identify and implement thus is a prime energy crop candi- the best management practices date because of its high yield and that improve water quality and significant drying down before soil health while remaining prof- harvest, itable. Partners of Iowa Learning The five-year UI Biomass Fuel Farms are the Iowa Department Project is exploring the use of dif- of Agriculture and Land Steward- ferent biomass fuels for sustain- ship, Iowa State University Exten- able energy. The project team is sion and Outreach, Leopold Con- developing a Sustainability Index ter for Sustainable Agriculture, to help the UI evaluate the sus- Iowa Natural Resources Conserva- tainability of various biomass tion Service and Iowa Department fuels. Additional potential fuels of Natural Resources (USEPA sec- include other energy grasses tion319),Conserva tionDistricts such as switchgrass and prairie, of Iowa, Iowa Farm Bureau, Iowa wood chips, and paper sludge. Water Center and Practical Farm- The UI has been using oat hulls ors of Iowa. as a biofuel source since 2003. The Improve your bottom line Soil warms faster-Healthier roots - Maximize crop I inputs o Increased yields More revenue for you! WE OFFER: lntellisl0pe Installation, GPS Tile Mappin &' Tile, Underground Utilities Locating. Waterways. Terraces, | Waterway Seeding, Scraper and Bulldozer Service. I ! i f i RLB TILING, INC' : li Bob Bonar * Count: Washington CattLemen's CattLemen's Shoot-0ut ay, Sept 11, 2014 HighLand Hideaway 4 p.m. start time This witt be a Sporting CLay Course, 100 targets. SheLLs and targets wilt be provided, please bring a 12 or 20 gauge gun. : i There wilt be a dinner to fottow at approximately 6:30pro;' _ .... $80 for shooting meat. Not a shooter? Meat is $15, i Everyone is welcome, so bring your friends! ...... J Cal.[ Curt Pacha at 319-863-3361 to RSVP 80 Acres m/l - WASHINGTON CO. Located 7 miles NW of Washington 80 Acres with 79 acres cropland. 88.4 CSR. 86.4 High quality farm! Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 @ 10 A.M. Washington County Fairgrounds Washington, IA CSR2. , 319-895-8858 Mt. Vernon Real Estate Services Lime Creek Limelights hold August meeting By Jillian Nafziger The Lime Creek Limelights 4-H club held their club meeting and fam- ily potluck on August 4, 2014 at 6:30 pm at Wellman North Park. Han- nah Van Roekel called the meeting to order at 7:15pm. Lindsey Palmer gave the Minutes of the previous meeting and Katie Palmer gave the Treasurer's report. In old business, the club talked about the Washington County Fair. New business included the upcoming Iowa State Fair and the Wellman Elementary Ice Cream Social scheduled for August 19 at 5:30 pm. The club also talked about sponsoring a Family Fun Night at the Y. A mo- tion was made to sponsor an upcoming Family Fun Night. The club agreed to work with the Lime Creek Livewires to host the Quad County Pork Fest Breakfast on September 20, 2014. Anna Nafziger and Erica McDowell led the Pledge of Allegiance and, Hannah Van Roekel led the 4-H pledge. The next meeting will be held on Monday, September 8 at 7:00 pm at the Asbury Methodist Church. Re- cord books are due at this meeting. You can find all record book forms on the Washington County Extension website: http://www.extension. iastate.edu/washington. Mob Grazing/Pasture Walk and Soil Health Field Day A mob grazing pasture walk cussing soil health in relation will be held at 10 a.m. Sept. 24 their historical usage. at Doug Darrow's farm, at 3727 Pat Wall, ISU Grazing Special- Catkins Ave. ST, Oxford. ist, and Jess Jackson, NRCS Graz- The event will feature Darrow's ing Specialist, will also be avail- mob grazing system on land re- able to share their expertise. cently converted from cropland Directions: 1 mi south of Inter- to pasture. Doug will explain his state 80 (exit 230) then mi east design considerations for fenc- on 360th St and then mi south ing and watering systems and the on Calkins Ave. challenges he's encountered. Mob A luncheon will be served. If grazing consists of high density you will stay for lunch please stocking rates in divided pastures RSVP at 319-337-2322 ext 3 or visit where cattle are moved daily Each www.jcswcd.org to register. Ques- grazing event is followed by an ex- tions: contact Ruth Izer at the tended rest period that allows for above number or email jesTed@ optimum soil, plant, and animal yahoo.com. Dress for walking and performance, being in the field. Rick Bednarek, NRCS Soil Sci- This event is sponsored by the entist, will be taking soil samples Johnson County Soil and Water in various pasture areas and dis- Conservation District. Fall Fi Day Tour at ISU Research Farm on pt. 9 Farmers and those who advise mist; "Corn Stalk Utilization" by farmers about crops will want to Ryan Drollette, Patrick Wail; and attend the annual fall field day for Virgil Schmitt, Extension Farm the Iowa State University South- Management Specialist, Beef east Iowa Research Farm near Specialist, and Field Agronomist, Crawfordsville on September 9 respectively; and "Crop Season beginning at 1:30 p.m. One of the Review" by Myron Rees, Farm features on the tour will be "Un- Superintendent. manned Aerial Vehicles for Crop Certified Crop Advisor continu- Scouting" by Chris Murphy and ing education credits will be avail- Zach Vanderleest, Agricultural able at no charge. and Biosystems Engineers with To reach the farm, follow U.S. Iowa State University Highway 218 one and three quar- Also highlighted on the tour will ters miles south of Crawfords- be "Upgrading Your Windbreak" ville, then two miles east on coun- by Jesse Randall, ISU Extension ty road G-62, then three quarters Forester; "Cover Crop Selection mile north. Signs will be posted and Management" by Mark Carl- to guide you to the event. ton, ISU Extension Field Agrono- A program for starting or growing your business, making money, and achieving your goals. Have a business idea you want to explore? Need to focus your existing business? This is for you. Led by instructors from U I John Pappaiohn Entrepreneurial Center U I Small Business Development Center Hosted by Washington Economic Development Group Tuesdays, 6-9pm, Sept. 23 to Nov. 4 ISU Extension Classroom, Washington Co. Fairgrounds z we0 For into & to register: wedg.washingtoniowa.org or 319-653-3942 Machinery Consignment Auction Saturday, September 6 @ 8:30 a.m. Yoder Auction Building, Frytown, Ia. Located 9 mi SW of Iowa City on Hwy 1 then W 1 mi on 500th St to 2016 Tractors, Combine & Trucks: 1956 Case 300; AC 180 dsl; IH 284; 1955 Farmall 400; IH 35 utility; IH 240 utility; 1952 AC B w/Arts Way belly mower; 1945 McCormick Deering Farmall H; 1947 Avery; IH Cub power unit w/continental motor; '96 Chevrolet Silverado, v6, auto, 4x4, ton; '96 Ford Ranger 4x4, 5 sp; Gleaner M2 combine w/4200hrs, chopper, bean screen, 15' gr table & 630 corn hd; Machinery: Rhino 15' bat wing mower; JD 300 picker w/3 row 30" hd; 8! Bush Hog hd blade; NI 5409 9' disk cutter w/3pt hitch; flail manure spreader; Krause 12' disk md 4; 7712 Knight side slinger; JD 953 & 958 10 ton wagons running gear; Heider barge box wagon w/hoist; JD auger wagon 2 ton; Hanson 9' snow blower w/double auger; horse trailer; AC 2 row cultiv; 4 or 6 row cultiv 3pt; Vermeer wh rake; bale spear for Westendorf loader; JD 4 btm plow; Bush Hog 3pt mower; Parker & J&M 250 bu gravity wagons; harrow; 16' livestock trailer; 5x10 enclosed trailer; 30' sweep auger 6"; barge wagon hoist; 16.9 x 34 clamp on duals w/Firestone tires; Livestock Equip: 31 new gates 4 - 16' & 20 12' coral panels; used gates; continuous fencing; wire panels; fencing supplies; 93" rd stock tank; 2 Chore-Time 6 ton bulk bins; hog feeders; HD Woven Plastic, Mowers, Shop Items & Bldg Supplies: 6 rolls new Integra hd woven plastic; Troy Bilt chipper; Land Pride tiller; Delta contractors saw; Craftsman wood turning lathe; JD L133; new elec Northem Tool jack hammer; 60' trusses; Timberline wood burner; 200 L gal rd tank; I000 gal lp tank; Marvin J Miller Estate Items: IH 274 dsl w/cult; 10 x 7 tilt trailer; 3pt sprayer; IH 800 specialty veg planter; Cub Cadet HDS 3165; Auctioneer's N0~e: Visit website for listing and pictures. Items left 30 days become property of auction c6mpany. Consignments welcome until Sept 5, 5pm. Order of sale: Running 2 rings. Starting w/hay ck items, followed by livestock equip, shop tools, lawn mowers, tractors & machinery. / Terms: cash or check w/ID. Lunch: Country Cookin' JI ~LIP - "O~ . ~ , ii-.. | ,, II- - * v :~ ~,I I,'O , ,~ "" I ~ I ",,~ " \