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TRIBUNE Local Ne00,s Wednesday, February l l, 2004 Page 7 Women's marketing program March 11 Pre-harvest marketing is a key component to market- ing success, and you can learn all about it at the 2004 Women's Marketing Program. It's at the Jackpot Junction Convention Center in Morton, MN, Thursday, March 11, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sponsors include the U of M Extension Service, the Risk Management Agency. the MN soybean Research and Promotion Council. and the Center %r Farm Financial Management. Program topics include: * Avoiding the five com- mon mistakes in grain mar- keting. * Exploring the key ele- ments of a pre-harvest mar- keting plan. * Reviewing grain pric- ing tools. * Understanding the role of crop insurance in 5'our marketing plan. * Writing your personal- ized marketing plan. * t)racticmg your mar- keting plan using a simula- tion game with daily prices. h' fun'. * Fine-tuning your plan and playing the game with a different marketin 5'ear. Program presenters Edward Usset anti Robert Craven. fi'om the Center for Farm Financial Management at the U of M, received enthusiastic reviews last year when they presented a similar program to over 350 producers in five states. The registration fee includes hmeh. For more intbrmation or to register, contact the Center for Farm Financial Management at (800)234-1111 or (612) 625-1964. A flyer with registration information is available at bttp://www, cffm.umn.edulp bs/M NWomensflyer.pdf. tour? -- It might be a better time to cross rather than walking in Plum Creek Park. recent snows there are loads of snow scapes the area. offers advice Pheasant feeding Officer depth continued the first so also inquiries to the of Natural  .(DNR) from well- Individuals con- the plight of or not to feed, question. Bob Area Wildlife Marshall, said the DNR does the practice of ,Pheasants with it is done can a-etual- than good," to Meyer, it's to begin pheas- efforts prior to of the year birds have time feeders before Weather sets in. e Pheasants become to using a feed- that feed- into spring. prefer Standing corn and searching for food in corn and bean stubble, they will use feeders if food plots or waste grain are not accessi- ble," Meyer noted. In instances where feed- ing is begun later in the year, "the most important thing to remember is that the feeder should be located close to good winter cover, but not so close that it gets buried. If it's too far away, pheasants become exposed to predators as they travel back and forth, they're forced to expend more ener- gy, and they become much more vulnerable to bad weather." Meyer explained that pheasants rarely actually die of starvation during win- ter. "It's exposure and preda- tors that take the toll on them," Meyer said. Those interested in feed- ing pheasants (shelled corn is preferred) can go to the DNR Web site for additional information and directions on how to construct a feeder (click on Newsroom and then Hot Topics.) Or, contact the DNR Regional Office at New Ulm at 507-359-6015. concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. N00d g n & Minnesota" 4th Street Tracy Ph. 532-9430 Marshall ie al MN 274-5464 MN. 629-4510 Westbrook / Walnut Grove Funeral Home 507-274-6700 Westbrook, MN. 507-859-2161 Walnut Grove, MN Maynard's Food Center 274-5555 Westbrook, MN. Sentinel Tribune Westbrook, MN clnd Phone 274-6136 Walnut Bye, Sanborn, Lucan, Avoca - MAIN 752-7352 rs 1_800_410_1859 Koblegard 54 MN MN Auto 859-2220 Walnut Grove, MN. Your local long term provider since 1961 49 First Ave. Westbrook, MN 56183 507-274-6155 II II I Saturday, Feb. 14 Chicken Strips $5.00 Jumbo Shrimp $9.50 12 oz. Ribeye $10.50 Prime Rib $13. 99 Includes baked potato, salad, French bread. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 507-274-5911 Serving from 5 to 10 - Sorry no to go orders. Elkhorn Inn, Westbrook, MN. i ] r [ I [i lill ii][11 I I ]1 i i iiIi I I I I [i II i Valentine's Day Specials Saturday, February 14 Prime Rib- $12.95 Shrimp -,.oteed deep fried, or broiled) $11.95 Specials include salad bar & desserts. Reservations appreciated - 648-3740 J & J Corner Corral Restaurant Sanborn, MN. 20 OZ. RT-S Cost - $10/person Additional $10/person to spend night To Register Contact... SHETEK LUTHERAN MINISTRIES AT (507) 763-3567 I 14 Island Drive Slav'ton, MN 56172 Farm City Pancake Day Wednesday, February 11 FREE Pancakes Everyone Welcome Please bring care package items for the 682nd Engineer Battalion of Redwood Falls. Serving from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Center Sponsored and served by the Walnut Grove Community Club VVVVVVVVVVVV V February Specials V V WEDNESDAY: 2 piece Chicken Basket with French Fries and Toast $4.95 THURSDAY: Philly, BI3", or Chicken V Wrap Baskets with French Fries $5.45 V V FRII)AY: Chicken & Ribs $9.95 V Baked potato or trench fries and a trip through the .i. salad bar complete with soup and garlic toast V SATURDAY: 8 oz. Sirloin Steak & Mini ' Shrimp $12.95 Baked potato or french fries and a V trip through the salad bar complete with soup and gar- Y lic toast. We also have Prime Rib available on Sat. V V SUNDAY: All You Can Eat BUFFET Ribs, Chicken & Shrimp - A trip through the salad V bar complete with soup and garlic toast. $8.95 V V V V V V V VVVVVVV len tin e's g v @d@nu Saturday, February 14 Featuring the Med's PRIME RIB OF BEEF PJus other delightful selections from the Med's large dinner menu, serving from 5 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Reservations Are Recommended... Call 629-4400 e Mediterranean Restaurant & Caterin SOMETHING DIFFERENT Highway 14 West Tracy 629-3000 WE'RE of Monday, February 9, 2004 WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESSl