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k I Section B -- Times Leader, Thursday, December 19, 2013 By Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service Cattle that routinely challenge thesway toward culling her. trate the bull calf with an obvious some will disagree and some will producer for space should be sold Maybe the answer comes from the attitude? Absolutely. mildly agree. There is that mysti- and cattle that are very aggressive business partner. Cull her would be Although the center castrates all cism about conquering the wild and Dicken, Joshua D of Grand and easily put in a defensive mode the answer if you ask the emergency the bull calves, even as a steer, taming the untamable. We can do it Island, NE, Front Seat Occupants should be sold. response team. If you ask the night bad attitudes possibly can mean bad at all cost and that is the way it is. Not Belted Having worked cattle for years calving crew or mom and the kids, feeding experiences. The question Only the strong survive. Griffith, Tamara Kay of and too many sheep to count, one the answer is to cull her. Then ask often asked is what to look for in That being said, the stories make Aberdeen, SD, Speeding Violations develops a feel for the rogue cow or yourself: Why is she still here? an animal with a bad attitude. The good reading but are much better as Hartman, Doreen Catherine calf. Maybe it is just a quick look The other day, the Dickinson answer is there, fiction than nonfiction. If the truth of Dickinson, ND, Speeding or an intense stare. There also are Research Extension Center crew Cattle that routinely challenge be told, the industry does not need Violations those animals that you know are not was processing the freshly weaned the producer for space should be cattle with an attitude. However, Lout, Leroy Tim of Aberdeen, going to have a good cohabitation calves after I had been up to ultra- sold. Cattle that are very aggressive there is no one better than a cattle SD, Speeding Violations experience, sound the cows for pregnancy,and easily put in a defensive mode producer at finding a reason to not Meidinger, Tanner Jon of Ashley, It happened quickly: The cow was including the cow with a tempera- should be sold. Cattle that are over- part ways with a favorite critter but, ND, Vehicle W/Tinted or Driver the last one in the chute and already ment. One bull calf, with an obvious reactive to the chute environment as a producer, you are never one of Compartment Window Not to be had made several attempts to leave, attitude, was restrained and pro- should be sold. the herd. Used The handling facility was solid, so cessed through the chute. During Having ultrasounded several Only two things exist in a herd: Middlestead, Tyler John of leaving was not an option. She had the process, the calf started to shake thousand cows, nervous, high strung dominance and defense. In a normal Ellendale, ND, Speeding Violations tried to double-stack the chute. In with obvious signs of distress. The cattle are obvious. One obviously herd, the producer is dominant and Novak, AlyshaAnn of Wahpeton, other words, she tried pushing past calf was processed and released can feel the tense, nervous cow. there is an understanding that no ND, Speeding Violations the restraining gatekeeper and join- just like all the other calves. The A cow may be very rigid on the cow, bull or calf will question that. Sampson, Felicia Lee of Wishek, inn the cow already in the chute, question was asked: What are the outside, but literally shaking on the Likewise, defensive plays also are ND, Speeding Violations I heard three direct hoof impacts chances that the calf belonged to the inside, so she needs to go. 2: prohibited. The herd understands Pruitt, Suzanna Michelle of on the chute wall prior to her arrival cow that gave us so much difficulty With the upcoming bull salethat and, as a producer, you totally Ellendale, ND, Failure to Remove in thechute. Her indiscriminatekicks earlier in the day? son, ask questions on bull attire control who enters and remains in Vehicle During Snow Removal were not accidental because they Sure enough, that was her calf. and, for heaven's sake, don't y,i the herd. (City) were defensive in nature. Finally, Granted, not all behavior is that temperamental bulls. Bulls ! Attitude is a heritable trait. The Stiner, Jo Anne of Ellendale, having the privilege of being the last obvious. However, ornery cattle are challenge the fitting, handlin or bad can go and the good can stay. ND, Failure to Remove Vehicle cow of the day, she arrived in the just that, ornery, so they have no sales crew or, in the worst- case Practice good bull selection and During Snow Removal (City) chute and was diagnosed pregnant, business being in the cattle popula- situation, the buyers, never should strong temperament culling within Bauer, George of Gwinner, ND, Keep or cull her was the question, tion. They don't need to be here. be sold as intact bulls. Bulls with an the cow herd. If you do that, life will Speeding Violations That question, oddly enough, would Is behavior or temperament attitude can be neutered and placed be better. Blazon, Joseph Louis of be debated in many cattle circles, passed from one generation to the in the feedlot well before sale time. Mayyoufind allyour ear tags. Gwinner, ND, Speeding Violations For those with adequate help, which next? Absolutely. Can producers Even cows that are overprotective at For more information, con- Bohnenkamp,Bryce James of includes agility in the job descrip- select for mild-mannered cattle? calving should be sold. tact Ringwall at 1041 State Ave Oakes, ND, Operator Failed to tion, they might consider keeping Absolutely. Can producers control All the data in the world is negat- Dickinson, ND 58601, or go to Provide Child Restraint Device the cow. For those who are more do- the destiny of their herd's attitude? ed once a cow or bull is identified as h Maddock, Logan John of Oakes, it-yourself types, the answer would Absolutely. Should the center cas- dangerous to be around. However,- ' umns/beeftalk/. ND, Operator Failed to Wear Seat Belt; Speeding Violations Quandt, Jessica Marie of Oakes, ND, Speeding Violations Theademan, Joshua A of Oakes, ND, Failure to Register Motor Vehicle Harrison, Nailor L of Carthage, MO, Drove Without Operator's License; statue: 39-06-01; Rule 43 Criminal Judgment; Fine/ State $20.00, Fee Totals: $20.00; Comment (Defendant to pay $20.00 by December 31, 2013) Pudwill, Terry Lee of Leola, SD, Drove or in Actual Physical Control of Motor Vehicle; Misdemeanor ]3; Statute: 39-08- 01; Rule 43 Criminal Judgment; Unsupervised Probabtion, Active 12/06/2013, Not Possess or Own Fire Arms, Active 12/06/2013, Notify Court of Address Change, Active 12/06/2013, Violate No Criminal Laws, Active 12/06/2013, Chemical Dependency Evaluation, Active 12/06/2013; Criminal Administration Fee $125.00, Defense/Facility Admin Fee $100.00, Fine/State $1,000.00, Vjictim-Witness Fee $25.00, Fee Totals: $1,250.00; Agency: Barnes County Jail, Term: 10 Days, Suspended: 10 Days; Comment ($500 fine suspended); Comment (Forfeit Bond); Comment ($100 monthly payments to begin 01/01/2014 until paid in full) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1864) I heard the bells on Christmas Day Their old, familiar carols play, And wild and sweet The words repeat Of peace on earth, good-will to men! And thought how, as the day had come, 'i i,i The belfries of all Christendom Had rolled along The unbroken song Of peace on earth, good-will to men I Till ringing, singing on its way, The world revolved from night to day, A voice, a chime, A chant sublime Of peace on earth, good-will to men! Then from each black, accursed mouth The cannon thundered in the South, And with the sound The carols drowned Of peace on earth, good-will to men! : It was as if an earthquake rent The hearth-stones of a continent, And made forlorn The households born Of peace on earth, good-will to men I And in despair I bowed my head; "There is no peace on earth," I said; "For hate is strong, And mocks the song Of peace on earth, good-will to men I" Then pealed the bells more loud and deep: "God is not dead, nor doth He sleep; The Wrong shall fail, The Right prevail, With peace on earth, good-will to men." The Dickey Courthouse, 8oeial Services, Health District, and Hi hway Department Offices will be closed December 24th 25th for Christmas fadness realtyandappraisal.corn 14 cups. (continued from page 6) How to make oven cornbread: 2 c. Cornbread Master Mix Cornmeal Master M/x/ 2 eggs, beaten Cornbread 1 c. water 7 c. cornmeal Optional ingredients: 1/3 c. 2 c. unsifted regular flourchopped onion, 1/2 c. shredded 4 Tbsp. baking powder cheddar cheese 1 1/3 c. nonfat drymilk Preheat the oven to 400 F. 1 Tbsp. salt Measure Cornbread Master Mix 1/4 c. sugar into bowl. Combine eggs and water 1 c. shortening in large measuring cup. Pour 1/2 Combine all the dry ingredients cup water-egg mixture over mix and and stir carefully to blend. Add stir to blend. Add remaining 1/2 cup shortening and use a fork, two water-egg mixture and beat until knives or a pastry blender to blend smooth. Pour into a well-greased the shortening into the dry ingredi- 8- by 8-inch pan or a 10-inch iron ents. 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BId a Oakes: 2.97+/-acres, 8,080 sq. ft 26'xS0'freezer section, 50'x80' truck loading area, 40'x50' office area, steel framed w/steel vertical panels for wails & roof, 5 comm. overhead drs. w/elect, openers, semi-loading/unloading dock, forced warm air heating in shop & elect, baseboard heat & central NC in office, freezer units included SALE PENDING 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 story home, 2 stall att. garage, 3-season porch w/sev- eral windows, living rm & formal dining rm have bay windows, dining rm has built-in cabinet w/shelving, updated kitchen w/new cabinets & countertop, plenty of cabinets & some roll-out shelves, stackable washer/dryer in main floor bath, all 3 bdrms on 2nd floor w/full bath, new shingles in 2011 $78,000 1 : 3 bdrm, 1 3/4 bath, 1 story home on a 100'x140' lot, 3 stall det. garage, kitchen has ample cabinet space including lazy susan, appL garage & pantry, living rm and kitchen windows have been replaced, basement has family rm & rm w/closet that could be used a bdrm, new handicap shower, new entryway drs new deck $110,000 1-1/2 story house, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 2 stall det. garage, 1 bdrm & full bath on main floor, washer/dryer on main floor, plenty of cupboard space in kitchen w/new ap- pliances, 2 bdrms & full bath upstairs, new screen door on frt. entry, new wiring, new hot water heater this year, new wiring upstairs, new shingles in 2005, 12xl 4 deck in back yard $39,500 104 South 8th St Oakes: 2 story home built in 1895, 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 3 stall det. garage, fire- place in family rm, hardwood floors, beautiful woodwork, updates throughout the home, beautiful landscaping w/2 apple trees, apt. located above garage, new shingles on garage in 2012, new rubber roof on screend-in porch, installing plenum heating this year. $143,900 llgJhiDJ~f,=~J~ 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, att. 24x16 heated garage; new wiring & plumbing; 2 additions-master bdrm & porch in frt sunroom w/windows & patio door in back; remodeled kitch- en & upstairs- includes new heating/cooling unit, new windows, new att. single stall garage- pre- vious garage made into den; detached 26x32 insulated heated shop w/office & storage $75,000 l~,2,ad~t=J/~r~3~ 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, double-wide mobile home on large lot, great floor plan w/2 bdrms, bath & family rm on one side-master bdrm & master bath w/garden tub & shower on other, all bdrms have his/her closets, wood burning fireplace, laminate wood flooring in kitch- en, living & dining rms, 12x14 & 12x12 att. decks, this home can easily be moved $35,000 7~IJlzAYJ6~JII~N: 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1-1/2 story home. 2 stall att. garage, totally remod- eled in 2005, master bdrm has his/her closets, laundry rm on main floor, original hardwood floors on main floor, Ig shower & soaker tub in main bath, new plumbing, electrical, furnace, central air, water heater, roof, doors, windows, cabinets & appliances $195,000 ~tlIfJ~I~LLQI~: Great deal today on a 13,626 sq. ft. lot in Burlwood $11,000