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Broadcaster Press 7 August 22, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Value Added Ag Day At The State Fair Aug 31 YANKTON, S.D. – The Value Added Agriculture Development Center (VAADC) invites you to attend the 18th Annual Value Added Agriculture Center Day at the South Dakota State Fair in Huron, SD on Thursday, Aug. 31 from 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. South Dakota’s value added agriculture industry will showcase over 20 vendors including South Dakota Specialty Producers Association (SDSPA) and SD Wine Growers Association (SDWGA) members in the Day Sponsor Tent. The VAADC helps create and expand agribusinesses that process commodities into products we use every day. Traditional crops & livestock are being used to make oil/ meal (soybeans), grass-fed beef (cattle), pasta (wheat), and biopharmaceutical products (sheep). Non-traditional agribusinesses are processing wines/spirits/beers, white sorghum flour, fleece/wool and aquaculture grown food/ livestock feed. The SDSPA and SDWGA are partnering to feature specialty crops, local foods and wines, beers and spirits. There will also be presentations on various local food topics and a cooking demonstration. The presentation schedule is as follows: 10:00 a.m.“Growing Quality Hops;” 11 a.m.- “The Potential for Meat & Dairy Goat Production;” “12:00 p.m.- “South Dakota Wines, Spirits & Beers;” 1 p.m. “Cheers to You from South Dakota’s Wine, Spirits, & Beer Producers” (Wine Pavilion); 1 p.m.- “Seriously Twisted Ag Fun for Kids;” and 2 p.m.- “Cooking with South Dakota’s Fresh Products” (Women’s Building Kitchen). Be sure to make time to walk through the Day Sponsor Tent and Wine Pavilion to sample products from value added businesses and learn more about the innovative products being made here in South Dakota. Stop by at 3:00 p.m. to enjoy our Ice Cream Social brought to you in cooperation with Your South Dakota Dairy Producers. Support from East River Electric Cooperative, Farm Credit Services of America, SD Bankers Association, SD Association of Cooperatives, SD Farmers Union, SD Rural Electric Association, SD Soybean Research & Promotion Council, SD Wheat Commission and Wheat Growers make VAADC services possible to South Dakota farmers and ranchers. We’re Hiring! Rural Women’s Conference Happening In Deadwood The South Dakota Women in Agriculture’s 2016 rural women’s conference is planned for Oct. 19-20 in the beautiful Black Hills at The Lodge at Deadwood. This not-to-be-missed annual conference routinely provides women with great speakers and resources that address current ag issues along with self-development topics. Networking opportunities, Pay It Forward projects, creative learning sessions and great vendor shopping are also part of the conference lineup. The two-day event will offer a look into the world of genomics in the plant, animal and human health industries. There are lots of amazing things happening in this field, and those in attendance will not want to miss this informative session. Another important session not to miss will be the “Legacies Are Built Everyday” with Jean Koehler and Danci Baker of First Dakota National Bank. The women will talk about daily choices we make and how that impacts our farm transitions, legacies and estate planning. Also, conference attendees will be inspired to “Do Big Things” after hearing about what other farm and ranch women in the state are doing to promote agriculture and rural communities. Keynote for the event is Sarah Tveidt with the South Dakota Soybean Association’s Hungry For Truth campaign. Tveidt will package up the education from the two-day conference and help demonstrate what is working to conduct meaningful and accurate conversations about agriculture and food. Women who are involved in the agriculture industry across the region, or those who just want to know more about agriculture, can now register for the 2017 event. Find registration online at EventBrite.com. The conference will kick off with an 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Historic Tour of Deadwood and Lead with a small lunch provided before returning to The Lodge for the conference kickoff. That evening will see the awarding of the South Dakota Ag Woman of the Year and Young Gun honorees. To submit applications for this award see www.SouthDakotaWomeninAg.com. For women age 18-25 there is a scholarship through the South Dakota Women in Agriculture group to help those wanting to attend cover their registration and lodging expense. You can find the application, along with conference registration details also online at www.southdakotawomeninag.com You may also contact conference coordinators at sdwia@outlook.com or (605) 347-1549 with questions. Registration deadline is Sept. 30. Make sure to watch Facebook for additional highlights. A block of rooms is being held at The Lodge at Deadwood. Book yours by calling 877- 3935634 and asking for Women in Agriculture discounted rate. Community Health Centers Showcase Their Work And Mission SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Community HealthCare Association of the Dakotas (CHAD) announced today that South Dakota’s community health centers are making significant contributions to the delivery of health care in the state, while serving as critical economic engines for the communities they call home. The state’s four community health centers are providing quality, affordable health care to thousands of patients each year, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay, and generating millions of dollars in combined economic impact for their local communities. Community health centers have a mission of ensuring access to quality health care for all South Dakotans, with a focus on providing primary care in some of the most rural and remote parts of the state and serving the uninsured, homeless, new Americans and veterans. Health centers serve all patients regardless of their ability to pay and offer services on a sliding fee scale based on income. In 2016, South Dakota’s health centers served 17,536 uninsured patients who made up 25.4% of the total number of patients served. Last year, South Dakota’s health centers provided comprehensive, patient-centered care to more than 69,000 patients at 42 delivery sites in 33 communities across the state. Their services included primary care, behavioral health, dental care, and enabling services like care coordination, patient education and help finding the right health insurance. Recent studies show that, on average, each Medicaid patient receiving care at a community health center saved the health care system 24 percent annually. Health centers have a significant impact on their communities as access to health care is an essential piece of maintaining a strong, vibrant and working community. They serve both rural and urban populations and often provide the only accessible and dependable source of primary care in their communities. According to a 2013 analysis, South Dakota health centers directly generated over 500 full-time jobs and had a total economic impact of more than $55 million across the state. Nationwide, community health centers serve more than 25 million Americans, a number that continues to grow along with the demand for affordable primary care. They produce $24 billion in annual health system savings, reduce unnecessary hospitalizations and visits to the emergency room, maintain patient satisfaction levels of nearly 100 percent, and serve more than one in six Medicaid beneficiaries for less than two percent of the national Medicaid budget. Gov. Dennis Daugaard issued a statewide proclamation designating this week, August 13-19, Community Health Center Week in South Dakota to recognize health centers for their commitment to providing access to health care for all South Dakotans and for their impact on local economies across the state. In celebration of Community Health Center Week, health centers are planning events and promotions to showcase their centers, introduce new providers, recognize their staff and engage their communities. The public is welcome to stop by a health center near them to tour the facility, enjoy some refreshments, register for door prizes, meet the providers and learn about health center programs and services. Health centers are also observing the week by hosting community events and volunteering for projects to give back to the communities they serve. For more information about community health centers or Community Health Center Week, visit www.communityhealthcare.net. Talented, highly motivated and dynamic people. Sound like you? COME JOIN OUR TEAM 11 Shriner St., Vermillion (605) 624-2020 SEND RESUME TO staff@prairieeyeclinic.com Stabe Consignment Auction Sat., August 26th@ 9:30 A.M. Location: 6 mi. E of Hinton, IA on C-60 THIS IS AN EARLY LISTING, MUCH MORE BY SALE DAY From Wayne Marty(LeMars): 51 Ford Custom(2dr, 84K mi, one owner, nice!); late 1800s Amish buggy(original w/enclosure); 1948 Homemade mini tractor w/2 Model A transmissions & Oldsmobile engine (one of a kind); 69 Honda 90 cycle(good); 1890s Victoria bicycle w/orig. wood rims. Tractors - Trucks - Loaders - SL‘s: (sell app. 2:00 PM): 04 IH (ISM Cummins 385Hp, 807K mi, 10spd); JD4240(6300 hrs, good tires); IH 1456(no cab); WL42 IH mts (like new); Massey 1105 w/cab & WL40 loader; JD60 w/new paint; JD520 good paint & tires; 53 Ford NAA Golden Jubilee; IH 560; IH-H; 57 IH 350; JD -LI (parts); JD-M (parts); F-20 w/rear steel (parts); 99 Ram 2500 (4x4, V10, ext.cab, 5th wheel, nice); JD 90 skidloader w/2 buckets & forks; other loaders; weights; chains; tires; etc. NEW QT Stout skid steer attach: Lowe hyd. Auger 750ch w 12”& 18”auger; Stout Brush 66”Grapple; HD ww72” Rock bucket grapple; HD 84” grapple bucket; 84”tooth bucket; (2)HD72” grapple open end bucket; 48” Walk-Through & Full-Back pallet forks; Bale spear; (4)Maxam 1216.5 12ply Skid Steer tires. Wagons & Augers: BII 528 grain cart; J&M 528 grain cart; Demco 365 w/truck tires; (2) JD 122 Chuck wagons; Parker 4000 GW w/12T WD gear; Mayrath 70’x10”w/ swing hopper & screen; Peck 70’x10”auger w/swing hopper; 52’ Stanhoist elevator(good); GW w/bean auger; several Gravity, Silage & Barge wagons; more sale day. Trailers & Campers: 96 Golden Falcon M-26RK 5th wheel camper, 02 Sportsman 3051 5th wheel camper, 38’ 5th wheel flat deck, 16’car trailer (new tires &lights); 16’ stock trailer; single motorcycle trailer & more. Equip. & Misc: (NEW) Industrious America 435 35’ head cart and 8’x10’ box scrapers, JLG 450J 55’ boomlift 4x4, gas; Fox 3310 3r30”w/hay head; Fox 3000 2r38”w/hay head; Landoll 850 24’ finisher; Summers 106 14’ pull chisel w/coulters; IH 501plow disk; NH 499 haybine; M & W 10 wheel V rake; IH 496 22’ disk, IH490 & 480 disks; IH 8rw rotary hoe; 3pt forklift; Dunbar Kapple grain vac; CIH 600 silage blower; 3626 NI spreader w/gate; JD L spreader; JD 14T sq baler; Aerway soil aerator; (2) 20’ disk harrows; 8’ & 6’ 3pt blades; plows; cultivators; manure spreaders; flatbeds & rakes; JD & IH sickle mowers; Gyro mowers; 300 & 500 gal. sprayers; Fuel tanks w/pumps; post diggers; (8) 16’ bridge plank; selection of duals and all types of tires; etc. Livestock Equip.: (80) new continuous fence(6 bar x 20ft.) & (40) new corral panels; feed bunks; Rd bale feeders; bulk bins; hog feeders; SS hog feeders & waters; cattle waters; hog & cattle panels & gates; wood & steel posts; barb wire; lumber; tin; much more. 75+ Trees: 2’ to 3’ Black Hills, Colorado Blue. Rack items & numerous misc. (9:30 AM): Several racks of tools and misc.; etc. Antiques & Horse Equip.: JD 62 1r chopper; Stationary Buzz saw; Saddles & Tack; planters; steel wheels; plows, cultivators; etc. Lawn Tractors, Mowers, ATVs, Cycles & Boats (Sell 1:15PM): 50’s Mahogany Speedliner Runabout, 13’ w/50hp Merc, New Trailer & orig. Brass prop, A-1; 08 Articat 650 Prowler (new OH & tires, cab); 02 Honda Rancher 4x4 (new OH); 88 16’ Alumicraft fish boat w/trailer (good); 1970 Sears Suburban SST 16 258 hrs. w/(2 way loader, 1B plow, 52”deck, 50” SB, 3pt soil conditioner, duals, weights, chains, A-1); JD445 all steer; JD LX279 w/bagger; JD LX188 w/bagger; Poulan Pro 42” deck; JD GT235 54” deck; many more mowers & snow blowers. Power & Shop Tools: Usual run of air-compressors, power tools; & rack items. NEW ITEMS Consigned by Transcan Motorsports Inc: 30’x40’x15’ & 20’x30’x12’ Hoop storage buildings (commercial fabric); (2) 20’x20’ & (2) 16’x22’ enclosed event tents; 94” Skidloader dozer/snow blade; 82” 3pt rotary tiller; 9000pd HD 2 post auto lift; 72” forklift exts; (2) PTO HD 40-70Hp wood chippers; 110v tire changer & wheel balancer; (2) 10’ 20 drawer HD work benches w/40”pegboard; 50T Hyd shop press; (2) 3/8x 50’ air hose reels; 1” air impact wrench kit; (4) solar welding helments; 20’ Bi-parting wrought iron driveway gate. Hay, Brome, Straw & Corn Stalks will sell 1:00 PM. TERMS: Cash or check. MUST HAVE PHOTO ID. For More Info. Check Web or call: 712-540-9640 www.stabeauctionandrealty.com
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