Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 11, 1976 · Page 5
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\ arger Beef Supply is Expected in Iowa This Year Than During 1975 By Joni Keith (Drake University Journalism Student) DES MOINES - Iowa cattle producers can look forward to an even larger beef supply during the Bicentennial year than in 1975, predicts Gene A. Futrell, Iowa State University economist. Futrell also expects a long-range increase in slaughter which would reduce the beef supply and point toward stronger cattle prices during 1977-78. A Jan. 1 inventory of cows and calves on Iowa farms totaled 7.5 million, which is 2 per cent higher than the 7.35 million of a year ago. An estimated 2.2 million calves were born on Iowa farms during 1975 — 5 per cent larger than the 1974 calf crop of 2.09 million. Duane Skow, a statistician in charge of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Statistical Reporting Service, said, "The total inventory is near a record high." But when the number is high, the price is low, he said, adding that the cattle market revolves in a seven-year cycle in which a 1 per cent increase in number brings more than a 1 per cent decrease in price. Although the number of cattle in Iowa has increased, tfie'meat production for 1975 was 17 per cent below the 1974 level. The slaughter of 4.6 million head of cattle and calves brought about 4.97 billion pounds, which is Times Herald, Carroll, la. jr Thursday, March 11, 1976 3 approximately 120 pounds per capita! As the beef supply slowly increases, the price farmers receive for their cattle decreases. In 1975, steers and heifers averaged around $39.10 per hundred-weight compared to $39.90 in 1974 and $44.20 in 1973. Beef cattle averaged $36.81 per hundred weight in 1975, $38.10 in 1974 and $42.80 in 1973. Cows brought $20.53 in 1975, $26.10 in 1974 and $31.90 in 1973. "Cattlemen were making around $25 per head in profits during January." said Dennis Ramsey, marketing specialist for the Iowa Department of Agriculture. Disagreeing with Ramsey. Harold Mindermann, director of the Iowa Farm Bureau's Commodity and Marketing Division, siad, "The cattle market is hurting right now. Cattlemen are at a break-even and.below-the-production cost level currently.' Mindermann said he fears the '' 120 pounds per person per year may be too much of a supply for farmers to get a decent profit. Jox by Thorn McAn. Only $ 14.00. \bugetpadded ankle collars. \fou get special cushioned innersoles. \bu get rugged action soles to grip and move. Who says an authentic pair of sports shoes has to be expensive? Not Thorn McAn. Jox, the All- American sports shoes, are built for high performance or just easy walking. The right look — these boys' Jox for girls are available in a great selection of sporting colors. Sizes . 3Vfe to 7 fit girls' sizes 5Vfe thru 9. ELLERBROEK'S SHOES Westgate Mall Bowling Results ODD COUPLES LEAGUE Team Standings Points Hustlers 53 CB'ers 50 Hammers 49 Magnum IV 42Vj B & B.- 39 49'ers 38 Hawks 37 Interstate Electric 31 Raiders 30 Born Losers 29Vj Quandt Auto Salvage 29 Swinging Singles 28 High Ind. Single Game— Women: Sandy Fritz 194 Joan Bernholtz 182 Connie Nleland 166 Men: Bill Bernholtz 212 Bill Bernholtz 188 Dave Conrad 187 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Sandy Fritz 461 Joan Bernholtz 443 Mary Slegner 443 Men: Bill Bernholtz 539 Dave Conrad 530 Don Wessling 517 High Team Single Game- Magnum IV 709 Magnum IV 627 Swinging Singles 612 High Team Three Games- Magnum IV.' 1858 Hammers 1691 Hustlers 1655 NITE KAPPERS LEAGUE Team Standings Points Wiedner Service 78 Carroll Roofing Co. Inc 74 Hicks' Well Co 67 Kanne Mobil 63Vj Renze Hybrids 61 HR Cleaners 57 Case Power and Equipment 54 Heisterkamp Furn., Glidden .. 45 Map's Tavern 41Vj Wandel Studio 38 Whaley Chevrolet 38 Seidl Electric 37 Templeton Ernie's 37 Templeton Co-op 9 High Ind. Single Game— Darrell Mueggenberg 218 Neil Mueggenberg 218 Paul Foster 216 Cliff Eischeid 202 High Ind. Three Games- Paul Foster 571 GibGordin 541 Randy Cattermole 537 High Team Single Game— Weidener Service 1052 Carroll Roofing Co. Inc 964 Wandel Studio 948 High Team Three Games— Weldner Service 2751 Kanne'Mobil ..-. .- 2737 HR Cleaners 2716 ODD COUPLES LEAGUE Team Standings Points CB'ers 54 Hammers 53 Hustlers 53 B & B 43 Magnum IV 42Vj Hawks 40 49'ers 38 Interstate Electric 35 Ouandt Auto Salvage 33 Swinging Singles 31 Raiders 31 Born Losers 30'/j High Ind. Single GameWomen: Sandy Fritz 182 Janlrlbeck 163 Laura Ertz 162 Men: Dean Ertz 231 Jim Fritz 205 Chuck Fisher 194 George Mackanos 194 High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Jan Irlbeck 466 Laura Ertz 439 Mary Siegner 432 Men: EdJandt 523 Gene Nleland 516 Dean Ertz 510 High Team Single Game- Hammers 652 CB'ers 594 Raiders 585 High Team Three Games- Hammers 1803 CB'ers 1697 . Hawks 1682 ACME-IOWA KEYBOARD INC. PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE HERE IN < CARROLL 3 DAYS ONLY March 11-12-13 Thurs. 12-5 p.m. Fri. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. KEYBOARD KAMM > New Specials I® PIANOS & ORGANS Save Up To W W / V On Some Models Free lessons with each new organ purchase given here in Carroll. $ 895 00 HAINES SPINET PIANO Was $1,095.00 KIMBALL CONSOLETTE Key cover, musicwell bench 75 year warranty on soundboard $Oft AOO Fine walnut cabinet SAVE OUU KIMBALL SWINGER 80 One finger fabulous fun machine with magic chord rhythm & percussion features Was $1,099.00 $999 00 Acme has just received a truckload off "NEW 1975 Kimball pianos & organs and offers tremendous savings to you in order to move these fine instruments before quarterly inventory. ACT NOW! SAVE BIG! SPRING PRICES ARE GOING TO BE HIGHER; So Put a Fine Instrument - Also Fine Furniture In Your Home at Reasonable Prices COME /EE THE RCfflEmfln... J. l. (Jim) Smith ACME PIANO & ORGAN At Westgate Mall Thurs., Fri., Sat. Only Just Off Hwy. 30 In Carroll, Iowa The VOGUE Invites YouI To Their At Their New Location Across, East Entrance of Mall on Adams St. FRI. AND SAT. March 12 and 13 10% Discount on ALL PURCHASES during Grand Opening days SPECIAL DISCOUNTS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Register for iKtt drawing for hundreds of dollars Gift Certificates to be given away. No purchase necessary, need not be present to win. THE VOGUE Across from east entrance, WESTGATE MALL on Adams St. Get your lawn started right this year. Start early and you will save money'also. Right now you can get these three Earl May lawn products at a big Spring Savings. MAYPARK LAWN SEED I The finest mixture of permanent grasses available. All perennial grasses, tailor-made to build you a beautiful.long-lasting lawn. So good it's unconditionally guaranteed. SHUR-GREEN 50 Off 1500 sq.ft. Box Reg. S4.95 M Off 2500 sq. ft. Box Reg. S7.50 $ 3 Off 10,000 sq. ft. Bag Reg. S24.95 $ 21.95 $ 4.45 $ 6.50 New! For new seeding or established lawns. Especially formulated for midwestern lawns, SHUR-GREEN greens grass quickly and economically. High in nitrogen, with a balanced formula of phosphorus, potassium and iron. Satisfaction guaranteed. LAWN & TURF FOOD I Now contains IBDU, a patented form of even, slow-releasing nitrogen. Balanced formula makes grass turn green and stay green, at the same time makes grass grow thick with healthy roots. 5,000 sq. ft. Bag Reg. S 8.95 $ 7.95 Moff 10,000 sq. ft. Bag Reg. $12.95 SMALL 10,000 sq. ft. Bag Reg. $16.95 ARECAPALM SCHEFFLERA FICUS BENJAMIN A Regular M9.95 Value. This week only,M3.95 each COLORFUL ROUND PLANTERS 5 to 15 inch diameters in White, Rust, Yellow and Orange. '4.99 up SEED POTATOES 4K 4 1 4 * 4 « 4 f. 4 «i The best Northern-Grown Seed Potatoes available. All of these potatoes are specially grown to produce big yields. Certified Mayfair Blue Tag Cobbler True to name varieties, freshly Varieties: Kennebec du 9 and read v to 9 row Norland Bunch ONION PLANTS / 1 HANGING BASKETS 10lbs. M.95 50 IDS. SEED POTATO EYES Ready to plant eyes. 100 per bag. Same varieties as above. *3.98 Choose from English Ivy, Boston Fern, Each is growing in 5V4 inch container. Plant now for early green onions, Ebene/er "Best Keeper" white R egu |ar $5.95 and yellow. ib. 99' $ 3.95 each We are first handlers of Alfalfa, Red Clover, Alsike, Brome grass, Orchard grass and Tall Fescue, the largest list in the middle west. Contact us on your seed needs for 1976. Use Your Credit Card GARDEN CENTER Hwy. 30 West -' Carroll HOURS: Mon.-Thurs. 8:00-5:00 Fri. 8:00-9:00 Sal. 8:00-5:00 . OPEN SUNDAY A. 1:00-5:00 *

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