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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS tt~urs~lay, June 6, 2Olg. I Thut'l~y. June & ~019 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A Researchers find new clues from improving wheat Public Notices Late planting with (1"ir.~t Yohli~h<' l May 3o. 2019 A team of Kans~,s Slate Umver~ily ~heat scieutists are tapping into I U.t XXl year,~ el ewrlution tn the plant'.~ ge- netic code as pan of 1-1~ir comimw.d elf-as to understand how historic pr~- tests that ~hupcd modem wheal can help tl~ improve the vu.tietier grown by tt~lay's t-anners. The exhaustive study . ~.'ltich i~ published in No- lo re Genetic ~. invo I veal.sequent mg the genome.~ of nearly I.~X~ wheat li~es edit'ted from different patt~ d the ~,odd with tl|j]ef~n! 1~'i ~gnfllt~ls. "[llg ~,ork was led hy re,archers from K- State and Agriculture Victtsria oi-Aus- mtlu, in cdhboration wi, th the Uni- ~,ersl ty of Saskat~:hewa~ (Canada I and '~he Uaiversily of Minnesota. "We compared the gel,tome l ill die l.I)~ ~(1 wh~l li~'~) al~ainst ew,'h ~,lher. ,rod It~,ked 5, nucleu~ ide ba e changL~, ,r muI~aims, that distinguish~mew~at a ce,~ston from a~other:" raid Eduard Akhum=v. a K-State wheat geneticist, I, t~.' tholed tha~ the re~earcJ'~ ftmnd nlOre than seven million dif[e/'efice~ ill ~tle ~em, tic cMe of ~b,e I.tXKI I,ne~. -The~ differences can affect th." function of genes which c,alml vari. +,Us traiL'; in wheal thai heIl"~d ,I atla~;~,l to r~w g mv,'~ conditions, such as with- ~land]ng drmtghl and I~.'at qrexse~: fi[zhling off di.~a.~s: an~ yieJ.dln~ at+- tritm~+~ grain + Akhunm' Sal~. The ehange~ that c~eu~ed m the gentile code can tell research:Is a h=~- ttn,~- of each wheat aL~lJ ~-'~il.')~l. "'When humans ~tarted spreading w bet from the si te of il.~ origin to other places, they bmugh~ i~ intn Cealatt with wild wheat. ~ wild m~cestor~ accidenlally began to inter-breed with hread wl~eat," Akhunov .~aid. "Whal happened thel,1 wa ,~ bread wheal inher. tied the gcnelic diversity r, re.sent in the wild mmer wheat." The prw.:es ~ of tree ~pecies sharing genes with another species is called gent flow. and it is key lot explaining tile genetic diversity ,f tt~ay's wheat varieties, according to K-Slate wheel bre~lu Allan Eritz. "'U n~tandi ng gent &iv betu.'een wild cromer a~J ct)mmon ~-heal is nlOre, than just academiu4~)-mtem.~t- ingY Fritz saal. ''/-he imFvlaexe ot hi~torical in~)~remon ~ugge.~ls a rllOre stralegic u i,e t)f wild e~nv r ~hould have value for future wheat ~,prove. ntenl." Frill n,dell thai K-State ~'=entkst have I"~=tt u.~int2 wild emma in deed- opine gem]ptann) br m:~, wheal vari- g.lte~, in projects liltfled I)y ~ile Kant,s Wheat A,~,~ ~,:iat ion and the m~iver~it)"s Wheat Geneli '.~ Re~)un:e Center. TI~ work by Akhurmv ilnd his re- ~eap.'h team al|ows breeder~ to -eva hi- ate the divemw in wi.td cromer and he intenlional and ~trategX'" in h,m' they employ desired Ir-.-l~t tn rw.w. 9.heat varieties~ accurdinu to [:r,tl. "~As we mm'e forward, v,e cart ap- ply what has ht~.n team-'d here to also l'o~tts future effoils on trails relaled to health and mtlrili~m that wouldn't have been direct largets of historical' ~elec. tiolL'" he .~id. Akhunl~v adds: "'For the fir~t time. we have de~'ril'~d l~w wild emitter's genetic diversity contributed to the deve Iop|t~nt of h~ad wheat. And what it's done ~ince humans domesticate8 wheat is it's helped In dcvdop a heifer crop." K-State'-', study wa ~ funded by the Agriculture and Food Re ~e~rch Initialiv 'l competitive grants pro- gram. ~ministered through the U.S. DepaM meat of Agrieulture*s Naii~ real Inaitute of Ftkld and Agriclnltur~: and par~ of the lntemalional Wheat Yield Pan i~t~hip ~ttps://i wyp.org.b, w hich AkhLmov raid aim~ al increasing the gene~ic yid'd I'X>lential of wheal e;ing innovalive approaches. Akhun<)v also said thai Corleva Agrisciencc imd the agricahure diet- sam of ~w-DuPtmt prm ided finan. cial suprx)rl thn:)ugh its collah,ration wilh AgriCldlUxe VMmia Serxv:e. Their ~Ul~)n, I~ .~ld. a~bwed the re~archet~ acces~ In needed I~;hnolo- gies and to develop the ~et o[ dal~ in~icatin~ Ihe ~zenctic difference~ in wheal va~seti~.~. Hint) called an SNP dataset, K-State re 'eived add~ti~mal I'tmd- ~n$ from Ihe Kama,s Wheat Commi~- stun atvJ the Bill and Me],intla Gates Foundalrm. How did wheat err, lye? Wheat was domesticated nearly IO.IXIO years ago in t~ M~dd]e East region known a.~ the Fertile Crexent From an ancestor called wild emma. K-Sla|e wheat geneticist F~uard Akhumlv mats thai natural I~eeding between wild entmer and another wild relative, goatgrass, in tlt ~outhwemm Ca~pmn Sea xe~ ion gave rise I(~ bread whol as we kntm zt ~v tay. A ftel lh.ort~ttt, humans spread bread wheat :,cr s the ~orld. hringing it to Europe arntuM 8,|NKI year~ agt~, an~ to Ch ilia ar~ ~t, lid 4.61 it) years ago. This to st di.~s='mmau~m required wheal to adar'A qmckly to i)e~ environmental c~:mti- tkt)ax tltal otk'n were quilt disltncl from those ~,'hert' ~t ~ngtna~ed. Eduard Akhunov. Kansas Slate Un iversity professor el whealgenet~cs and pathology. Researchers explore cover crop's benefit to soil health i~ 771e Jr,eH Co.my Rrcord; Notk'e d Hearing In the District C~mn of lentil County. Kansas. In the Matter tlf the Estale of Doyle Lane Michael, a/k/a Doyle L Michlxel and Duyle MidmeJ, deceased. Ca~e No, 201#-PR- I$ The Stale of Kansas m all perxtms concerned. Yuu an.' hereby nolified that a peli- tk)n has ~en fil~.'d in ~d c,~a hy Ronald R Mich~'L l: xecmor of the estate ,f Do)-Ie l ane Michael. :lJk/:l Dtbl I+. ~li~.'hLle] aml 1~,3 h: ),hchae~. dco.'aseJ, l~r~} Iqg h~r f,tal " arid Grain Craft i,s ex- i)J,~tlig the role t~t n|lr, gcl~ and ~,ultiir ',~. il~'i r|l~]llertql, v,'heal v;lrl Iie~ r~l~lT]~P" ~1~ tht|'~ o-|nll~)on le~ Kall~,a~ wheat I Idth ] .dialt, %lid the s~:I ilII~;Is a~'e lry I~.~ lu tlnderqafld l~.~I~. ~ ht.al ~arlelj.en rC- sl'K~nd Io dll feline Ink's o~ I|tttt~2en arid ~,ultur. l"he~r early data inO~ates that wheu sdfiir ~ exlremely clef|cleat in a fzcld the cr,~ip ~hls',k'ed E<~ re /x)nse tl~ I11tl11.- ge|~. ~'h|ch mevilabl) ;|fl'et.'t.~ iIr~ yldtl and qu:tlit.v, lb, wha~ ,mlftlr ~a.~ ptesel|t =n s~=fliclcnt .ll~.hlltl)t:~, "lyidd increased, and the crnp I%'t.'aille rC- sr~.lnsl~,e to the upplled nllr~-gen,'" Lollatu sa i& He add : "We are able It) LI~' rllln~- gen more efficient1) wha~ ,ull'ttr i, avail;ihle ~rr i~. added It, die planl"~ t.-tLal, -,aid the work c~mlinue~ ii'~ kStp~x o1" hr|ilgln~ sr~ tfi;- :~L.~|'rn]~leil datlOll.~ lu wheal gr.oI~-l~1"~ NOTICE SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS ]rtlsltit.' ~ ~,f the [~elliar~'tir~ X|tlsser Estate Trtl.q+ Inc. are ram' ,~ccu.ptilag a|'~plicatit~l~ ~ for grdi'Ity+ from the Clilioi'd Molter, Sadie Rott.ql, ,1lad .'triter1 Fedde .~ci~olar4~ip Ftll]ds. Applicants must be high seht~d gr,~duate ~ x~.']'=i) have resided in Allert. Vicksburg, Prairie, []t~,fl~-~lu, Calvin. Browllscruek, lenin or Athen~ Town,Ill ps ]11 JeweLI Ctml~t) for two (2) year~ prior to their graduatiOlL Applicants must L~" current residel-~ts of said Township. Gr,mts may bt,t]~t~d at arty c ~llege, university, trade school or teclmical sch(ml. STUDENT LOANS RetuminF; colloge students and 2{)19 graduates of any area high ~chool, who have residt, d within the former U.S.D. 270 district bouladaries for the la.~t two (2) x'e;Irs mad remote'= eurre~'=t rt .sidents of .~aid area, are eligible tt) ap?ly for studel~t Ioal}s. Excellent terms for cdlege bottl~d ~tudenl~! Loan ap~-~lications are considered at any regular trustee meeting, the third Mo, d,w of ea(:h month. ot~hel)lt,d ~!/ r ,Ytlhe ~ t(+: Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. P.O. Box 16~ lewell, Kan. 66949 ,'11:'l;li:,'zlW+z~ (1t br Citizens State A~ency, LLC 109 N. Columbus }ewell, Kan. 66949 r'#l I~'~,hz o. Fridm,May T(j, 2(;/9. Atl applications must be relumed to the above addresses no later Ihan Friday, June 14, 2019, Benjamin Musser Estate Trust, Inc. .~,nTn~l t;pl.~l m, I iwid~,nl - S~01l Lknk~rb~.lr. heel r~.i cnl ~,t,~, Barks. ~< ~ ea~.'-T~.la~un:r .~m Kmter. l"r~.~k~L'- J~h Barb, Tm.~'~' ("1'1'~, sl I'ERINI ENI)I'.N 1 Tth." (. II~. Ill ~'~'ll.llll[~ll'~ I%;~1|~ ;[~'~ IIN~FL )i'l[ll~l II;.in, ;ill Ikl) Iqjill~l: i,i 4 t I'~% "~ill~l.'llille.'li,l, tk'lii I&N, UL-If~k" hq ~,p.'~.llloil~, ~ I lilIl~.ilc ~.~ I "H'k ~. d C f~lrl |'Ilk'Ill I1h.'ltld IIl~ ~,';IICI" ~,l:ii)t Ili,lll.|- illOil d~'~-Ililltl|L,|ll. %'.3".l '~,le;Ih '{. ;-:~rbu~ u~l~Ohqq. ~II II~q Ik pl" ipuir i+,'.~ q gl~cr I~] } ", I)drl~ ~, ]i (K'll|k'llk']'.~ I ++'l, ltl I ~)111LII[I h-'L~;lll ll~;HP~.I,'|1;llh.'u', l'~mt ?~ ",C~ ~,L':Ifk, L~'i -Lmll;u ~+r lrJ;ik'd ~.'~ Ik'fI,:~l,~' I- req,k d il~'".lt|'l I.I1 q'dqLit~r ', I' I"@Lt~.'tI '~ Ill ( II ll I- I~.'~.' ( Itli~ll'~ ~ill~lli Ih iihqlLli~ ,~ (].Iv'. I{ t ])1 %~1~1 illl hI.Lk-~" VIh]Lll- 'fll 'ilr f~llhlll 12 Ill~k:kLlI,~. ,ii Lh| IIll- I~ ;, .;lJ.lll ',~l [ilC,II I'.'~iCll| tl,h'LL~C1%LI4'1:||I ,~'~L'I I~,IILk'II .LJqd J.IIqiliKI I~, I ilied "lh h;l~h c~mditi~m, it| Kan'~;r, ~hi.~ pasi winler ha'~ imtntptcd Ol~" ot Ihe %l'ltC'~ u,ea[hr:I dgenL'if, b I'il dc~el,? ;t ua)l th:lt ~ |11 hdp callk' pr I '1~;~ I ~le already had ~ [t+t of ltC~a- li~C impacls ~m the all1 i|'E[tl,Iry I~- t';.ItlSe td lhc cold lenlfk, ralnr~s lh~s v. inier.- ,m~=d Mar)' Knapp. ll~ ~i~. lalll slate "trlimalulogist ~'i~h K;ll~i~ Memncl. ""lhL~ ~oul will a~ I~k ;~l e-~|lqk~llk' high K'ntr~i'illUFr~-,'" The Cal LLk' Comb>It L ndex etmipilex suc h climatt)lugical fuctor~ a~ u, eat~'t. humidity, s~lar radi:|tion and wind r, pecd itt help plMucers deleFIllll|e the lexel ~)f ,trc~.~ Ih |r ;|m[n~b n),;i} IX" r ':'l,l'~'r|~.'|~.l,'l[+~ ;,It ;,tl|~ ~i~,~,'~'l tlnL . "'The ind x it, d|L~cn b ~ ,u| Ii~c- minute data that it, ;i~ ail;thtc frol|] K~|i. -a~, MtSOII I.'" KrlaPP +~aJ.d, "'II ~ LLb ix, cal~'ulaK't~ rl.'al-|n11 ~,nd iJ.ildatl,~J t3|) ;j r~tllar I~asis ~, that pmdu~- L~ c~n ~ ~l~;v, I,h~li ~-dl cltan~. d~trin.~ Ihe da),'" "l'hg d{inaK, iT~i'ornialik;tl i~ alh- ered frt~n'= each of the Me,~n~ t~, 61 ~.:l~)Rin.~ ~;l[it it)ll-~ in Katls;t.% I:,r eaJl~-'h, t~C s~,~tent rqm~s the j~,n.~,ivcd com- forl fe,ud olcall]e irl {hat area. fnrm nu ~,t'~:>~ Io imld. nnd~ ral~.* and ~,~ v~ rc. Ktl;Ipp ,;,atl. "'lltc '4ctna~ =.ii;'Liiii~] rL~- Sp liiS~ I,LI k'nq'~r.'kture ',i(e~ ~ ill L~' LL'I~L'~iL'I|L ~n a nuntbt, r ol I'; L~'It,F'~ ItW[ at'ct~,Lillted for in tht I il'ideL'" n]dttdin~ :lee. h:|ir cmt. hohh. ~Kly colidlttt~c). i1tk~.'nl-ci],virt+i)lllCnt, al'~.l a;clint~ltl/a- ti~,n."The i~ldex slt~=~,n il"l;i'~' ~-ILi.~ oftat ~l rca~+llahl ollffUJl Le~,el in the nto.r~- in~. bul a+, in thL' aflcmonn ~xllen thai he:it sian~ @~ dopir~g and lhe Iltli111~- it} ila~,e)'l oh;lied. 1hats ~hc~l Mkliil,'O~" the: hcr, O.jr:t*t srl't~s~ i[)n |he ID, L'SttK'k occurs,'" ~e said. "'A eha~ 'a ill ~,h(Iw the level m r 1|Int. hut hr, tml,:a~ data P, Iinltlcd lO ii1 ~ ck. coding ~ ith the ct,rret~ d:l~ .'" "I'he ILI,Lk] ~,+,I~ ~.le~.L+J~t~'K'~,l hdCtt t ~I" r,t,L'al'fh fo~khlCled ;it Lite L.'a)l~,~ -r,tq% Lit ~-'e~"qIC IFl iud ~, :~. 11|~.Ip II)dl ~,I1,m-, L"t,id~lLk+n~ :lCt'tl'x~, titL" ,4ate :ll'ld h~1't~ th:q Inighl pin) into rink I~r ~':lqtlc. o r roy| er-~ ~~/ Bryan Houchens, P.A.C Down Steinman, A.P.R.N. Jewall Counly Hospltol - Providing o faendly, cadng environrr~nt Servlng our patients and community Services Acute ii~DQtiOrlt core, Skilled nnd inlermec~iote 5w~ng beds, OutloGtient core+ Phy,sicol T~etopy, r~urQI HeQPIh Clinic Adults onU Ped~otrJcs. Monfh4y Cordiolocjy Clinic. Crestvue Collage Aportme~ts. 2z~ Hou~ Emergency Room Diagnostic Loborotory, Di~titol i'4odiology, EKG, CT SCanS, MRI, Bone Density, Holter Monitcring. An~uol Hecfth Foir Porticipor~t Rehabili~fion Diobetlc EOuctotion, Phy~co~ Tl~eropy, Speech Therapy. Occupntionol Theropy JEWELL COUNTY RURAL HEALTH tUNIC HOURS: Mond(:=y - l"hursdov: 8 o.m - noon; 1 - 5 p.m. FriOay: 8 a.m. - ~ - 785-378-3511 TO2 South Conter, Monkoto, l(an. b695b JEWELt. COUNTY HOSPITAL 100 Creslvue Monko~O, Kon 66956 785-3,78-3137 from storm damage l'~) l.'a~isie Hollian [)Oxl ~.~Ck l!~,h.'11-'qnfl [)l',lrl,;-I I tL,fl tL'U.IItlle t~gClll ~lt," drY," ifl rcdk tolel:ld(~ "~.'amqi IP1 I~r laJt~ t,P,L ~t'e~, |1"', II],1.r'a.q[;|.l:l| lt] pl~.'p;tr [or I~.iurr "~hq|r~, 'khql~ ~ cttl jo)ltal'dl~ln~ LILJI x:|tl '|~ did propcIt.~. ~,lJ:li]ll]l'r,* ' r ,1drill', C'LII| ~lal:l:l~ IhL' t r~.'~,~,~ a, nd plalltX arc.i.IJltl ~,IIr h~]|!q ~ I~. ~011 ~" thll~.~lh I~ tl~lrrl~tln d ~L IR.'C ~-ill ,ur, cW Ii~.'a~, .1, " I.l.iI ~| tl~.l11'ragiL', .4~IlUclir11. ~ o111~ IJ.|ne i~, ilf |ell. OtiL'n -'~ II~'C lh:lt |s I 1:1 hq)dded Ol Ihal has suslUnl~ d dalll:.t~t' I~| Ihe Irurtk v, lll nol ree~er. Ihme~'r. tl Ih~ I~'~.' ha, ~ml) lob( One .r I~t~ 111a]-i~r hlnlv~. [~r :r.ll-'ln~ ~nlail II111~. |1 ma'r h: *,al,l~ d~,lc. Follm, Illc~" gmdel'mc, ~,~ him d',a~,- inn |R-'t.' d~llttag . Be ~'Jt'. I1]l~tlu'tllal~[~, ,dter the ,~tOrll~ tla~. p:l~L'd. ~l}~'~'k r,~r ~lm~ ucd i~.mcr in fl|e t'anop~. I.~,|n'~, vt, nlnlt rlcar or u]ld~r II1 ffe~' UitliJ II i J~:lCnllil'=~'d Lo I'~ * S-'if~'. li Large lilllb~, .'tr~." h.'lrtg[[l~ F,%'ariou,4}. a ~'cnil'|ed ~rhulint h,',~ the I(~,)|~. training aiid kJ)O~- k.d ~, IO d. thc work ~411ely, AI t-ii'~,L tJ~,~ da|i]la~ L'an It|~k WOl' ' IIl:kll II aLltl~t I} I~, Al'Ic~ ;t *,tt~rl& the.' )ald nla) I~: lilk'R.~.l ~ Ifl~ ~ntal:l bnn~:hes alld k, ave,~. "I'~,c ~ |ha) i:~lh:l|lit]l~;-|ll~" ',hed ~illall t'luslern of leates aud Iwi~s II.~ ]ighk'n the tv 'ra]i wright t~l' their larger hranc~: "tn: s that ~tffl'~:r t)n|)- leaf arid IWi~ Io~ ~ wil| t)~:lk a ItflJ rL~'t|~d'} hul nhLinid ~I ~' alcrcd through dlotlg ht Ix'rl~ ~,l~. fltKIr il| Itle suuIintL'rl I~3 cIIt't~ura~ ~k'~ g fowl h. []rtl.~l(= b:l't~-~'~I| 13r;,~ilcll~.-s I'~aL-~ It) t~]~,' |t+.'~l iar&ze hra|wh ur tu Iiw trunk, ll .-tittil)~ hack bJ jt~ trunk, de ra~t Inak~ IIt CUt i|unh ~-ith the |rwlk bUt rath~'r cue at Ihc ~fllar art, a th:lv,er3n the hr;|ttch and the lair&k. (Itl[[ill~./ Itu~,h ~ ith ;he trurlk ~, ill Icaw u nlueh hrFr ~ tit;lid Ll~,;tl~, ('U|flltg i~l Ihe collar, and it ~,11 |;,ke lu|rger to heal. Col~itk, r |he aget,f the I rL,'c %1 idde a~etl t Fr)Olln~ r. ~ igOl~|ll~ Irel: ~lI~ ~la~ up I~1. tlfl~ IIIn'd of II,: crt)Wll relllm L'd and ,till mukc a ,~t,l'l~+ I~li'L~i} "~',", Ill colnei~ack. ()lder II.k l~ .lit' ~ ',~. tu-MIlet~.l .~lllld I'ldlll~F~ln~ the li'Cd 11111"eL~ ||i;L} ~' Ill~' %liL'~,l L'l~'rl tl, lll lot ~cx ere d,Llna~ I'l.'tli pr-ultmg. l;tk I~li'~u' il||ti", ,~1i Ili %r~i~LI~i II u)II|~ h~ hike ulI 4 IIL[~L~ li|||h in OIK' CLII. It ~'lIJ OtlCIZ ~ICa~ ~el'or Ilic ~.~tl is Ill~i~ltcJ atld ~Ll'tl~ h:lrk i i.~in| [hd Iree. 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Rer, arch has Iomld best tilnilt~ to pte'rent scab is ~ hen .~tl percent d tl14." ~'leadx a~" at ! 5 I~'rt'cl}l fkm cring I-~.~u:at I) v;Irl} fhm erln.t" l:Io~ r.lg ~n 9.he,it h~,'g I I'[i", kn IIIc T111dtJlL" ~'1" Lh Iteqd. entIe Fidd D;I~,: Jtln~: -~6 ~, ~LI Iv llC ~[~'I SOUth (~lllr, llI Ag I.~'~1~ ~,~,cetJ hl.| li, t" I'lcltl liar near (.'kt) {'eu~ r Ihc t~.ltl ~.~.tili i~ginll;ili~n heglll=tllig at ~ ,I 111 "lour~ il]dmle" :Next. "lcchm>h~[:) Ih'T bi idc', for W.t.'L'd ( 't+lllrt=l IIl' Sl~1.) ~l~Iilli, I1.c~icides i or Weed ('~|t||rol m {.';)l'n'~ and a pr~,entalit|r, h) ~ob Kik'ln t)ll "Whal Works and Dt~sll"t ' it)rk ~n Mana eing Spray l)rit'~." rher,: i i1=I- ct~*,t tt~- attend and ('('A crt'dits are av~i[ahle. 1'31eLi-%-L' pre-regi Ler aI: hLtp:/ /;.Ig rontHn) u n L.edt I'ieldd~.i)'. 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Krl~l I'oL t,diter ," ' 1!;: .ut .|~e;I I roe, Ihe~ a'o3 I[.=l|t1'1L'd. This week's report lrum H nk to Livesto l Inc. 1,949 +so, Friday, May 31 20 MIX Hefers 368 166 00 23 M~x Heifers 875 114.75 18 61k Heifers 442 164 00 16 BIk Heifers 865 113,75 17 Mtx He,fees 487 147 50 39 M~z Steers 443 176.00 20 Mix Heifers 654 140.00 50 BIk Steers 840 136.75 ?2 ~lk He,fers 7t2 132.60 57 Mix Steers 816 13500 53 MIX Helfe~ 698 13[:).00 59 BIk Steers 863 134 75 18 81k Heifers 697 127.50 fi0 Mix Steers 895 130.25 68 M,x Hofers 728 125.25 56 BIk Steers 923 128.35 65 BIk He,fers 772 124.00 20 Mix Steers 873 118.00 40 Mix Heifers 783 122.85 18 MJx Steers t.069 110.00 .59 Mix Heifers 871 11T.00 No Sale Friday, June 7 Regulor Sole, Friday, une 14 Mankato Livestock. Inc. ton RUSsell, ZOS.#79.6.qS+Adam Gtger, 4~ f#~2,3,57 l~il 6ouray, 4&'qt,~-,5.EC~ Scotl Greene, 7Zi~-J, ~-S&t2 Kelly Bourey, ~l'~ .~-B~-.v~7 JZ~ll~h Sumpter, 7~5"5g~5-6125 O'i