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MALIBU ;, off lease )r Trade ,rt Match 2001 PONTIAC GRAND AM 2 Door, 30,000 miles, off tease $13.900 Sale Pnce 2000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $9,900 or $210 mo.* Low As Or Trade llrIo.* 2000 CHEVROLET MALIBU 39,000 Mites, loaded {Sharp!) $10,900 Sale Price 2.000 Cash or Trade 2.000 Car Mart Match $6,900 or $146 mo.* ORTSTER 2000 PONTIAC GRAND AM 4 Door Tilt, Cruise, Nice Car $10 900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $6,9OO or $146 rod.* 25k. 4x4 P~e 99 CHEVROLET 1500 X-Cab, Z71, Leather, 5.3 V8 $20,9C;0 Sale Price 2.000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $16,900 or $358 mo.* miles Match 1111110.* 99 FORD EXPEDITION 44, 3rd Seat, OuaI A/C, off !ease $20,900 Sale Phce 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Marl Match $16,900 or $358 mo.* E Match 98 CHEVROLET S-10 PW, PL, ~tt, Cruise, 4 Cyl. 5 Speed $8,900 Sate Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $4,900 or $1 24 rno.** 98 FORD RANGER X-Cab, 4 Cyi, 5 spp..~l, ~llk $9,900 Sate Pnce 2.000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $5,900 or $149 mo.** 77k ~r Trade Match D 99 FORD ESCORT ~ry 0C~C k,4~es 4 ~oor auto $8,900 Sa!e Pnce 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Ma~ch $4,900 or Low Pmts. :ruise Match 98 FORD ESCORT 4 Door, 65,000 roues, Nice! $6,9C/J Sat Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $2,900 or Low Pints. rutse r Trade 2000 CHEVROLET CAVALIER $9509 Sale Pnc.e 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $5,500 or $116 mo.* J ,i :i 4 99 Tax Refund Checks Welcome 2000 DODGE NEON Door, auto, sharp, (red), tow payments $9,500 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $5,500 or $116 mo.* 2001 FORD TAURUS SES Off Lease, 29,000 mites. Save B~I $13,995 Saie Price 2,O00 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match 995 or ;212 mo.* 99 HONDA ACCORD EX V6, leather $17,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match 2000 FORD RANGER 4 CyL, 5 speed, 19k, XLT $9,600 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match 600 or $121 rod.* 99 FORD RANGER 4x4 X-Cab, V6, auto $14,900 REDUCED PRICE 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $10,900 or $231 mo.* 96 CHEVROLET X-CAB Loca! Trade $7,900 Sale Pnce 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $3,900 or $1 29 mo.* 99 FORD RANGER X-Cab, V6, auto $1t,700 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $7,700 or $t65 mo.* 98 CHEVROLET 1500 X-Cab, Z-71,350 VS, 3 Door $19,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $15,900 or $340 mo.* 99 MERCURY TRACER 4 Door, 43k, nice car $8,500 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $4,500 or $95 mo.* 99 RANGER XLT 4 Cylinder, 5 speed, 3Ok, off lease $9,500 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match 99 FORD ESCORT ZX2, Loaded, sharp $8,900 Safe Price 2.000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $4,900 or $106 mo.* 99 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 32K miles, loaded, perfect $20,900 Sale Pnce 2,000 Cash or Trade CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LS Pkg., 50k miles $9,900 PRICE REDUCED 2.000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $6,900 or $125 rod.* 98 FORD EXPEDITION 4x4, 3rd Seat, ~ NC, leatt~r, off Jease, 2 tn Stock $18,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match or $316 mo.* 98 PLYMOUTH NEON 49,000 Miles, 4 door, off lease $7,900 Sale Pnce 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $3,900 or Low Pints. 98 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Lare0o, 4X4, 3 to chcose $15,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $11,900 or $252 rod.* 98 MERCURY VILLAGER GS ~t A~, quad seats. 64.000 miles, off lease $11,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $7,900 or $167 mo.* 98 FORD F-150 X-CAB 4x4, spot,de $18,900 Sale Price 2,000 Cash or Trade 2,000 Car Mart Match $14,900 or $318 mo.* Hours: Monday - l;'r=day 8 6 S~u:day 9-3 TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 7, 2002, PAGE 5-A I By Gregory G. Comer County Extension Agent for Agriculture Forage improvement and Program": This program pro- bull genetic vides cost-share for the purchase cost-share sign-up of a better quality bull or semen The"Forage Improvement & for artificial insemination of Utilization Program" and the cows. Again, the cost- share is "BeefGenetic Improvement Pro- 50 percent up to a gram" currently are taking ap- maximum of $1000 per farm plications for cost-share prac- operation. To be eligible for cost- tices through April 15, 2002. share the bull must meet state These programs are being Expected Progeny Differences funded by the Phase I tobacco (EPD) guidelines and pass a settlement funds, which have breeding soundness exam. An been made available to tobacco EPD chart is included with the producing counties, application. Bull semen must To participate in these pro- pass these same guidelines. grams, participants can pick up Applications are also cur- an application at the Extension rently being taken for the office (1337 Clay Street in Hart- "Cattle Handling Facilities Pro- ford). Applications must be corn- gram" as well. Application pleted and returned to the Ex- deadline for this program is also tension office by 4 p.m. on April April 15,2002. 15, 2002. Applicants have until All beef producers in Ohio April 15 to complete legume County are eligible to partici- seeding practicesanduntiIJune pate in these cost-share pro- 30, 2002 to complete all other grams. More information about practices. Once a practice has these programs is available been completed, receipts and/or from the Extension office. other necessary documentation Poultry growers workshop must be returned to the Exten- The Kentucky Poultry Fed- sion office by June 30, 2002. eration, along with Perdue The following is a brief sum- Farms and the U.I Cooperative mary of the programs: Extension Service are sponsor- "Forage Improvement & Uti- ing poultry grower workshops lization Program": This program across the state. The workshops provides cost-share for practices will revolve around "Surviving such as red or ladino clover seed- in a Phosphorus-Based World" ing, alfalfa seeding, summer pe- and will deal with phosphorus rennial grass seeding, filter fab- issues associated with produc- ric pads for heavy use areas and/ ers Nutrient Management or fencing and watering systems plans. for rotational grazing. The cost- Poultry growers should re- share is 50 percent, up to a maxi- member that Nutrient Manage- mum of $2000 per farm opera- ment is a component of their tion, towards the cost of eligible "Kentucky Water Quality Plan," items, which all agricultural opera- For instance, in the legume tions are required to have in seeding practice, cost-share is place at this time. available for red and ladino seed, The workshops are designed limestone and fertilizer materi- to teach poultry producers and als. The cost-share does not users of poultry litter how to cover application costs and seed, manage phosphorus and how time and ferti|izer pplicants phosphorus regulations will af- must be based upon U.K Exten- fect producers. Topics to be cov- sion recommendations, which ered include: are also available when you pick *The role of phosphorus in a up an application, nutrient management system. "Beef Genetic Improvement *What regulations apply to poultry producers. Nutrition *Practical methods to pre- vent the buildup of phosphorus Sit in our soils. e men u *Alternative cropping sys- tems. announced *Proper soil and manure sampling and testing. *Necessary record when us- The following is the nutrition ing litter as a soil amendment. site menu for March 11-15: All Perdue Poultry producers Monday: Sloppy Joe; baked and persons using poultry litter beans; oven potatoes; pineapple as a soil amendment should chunks, plan to attend this important Tuesday: Salisbury steak educational meeting. If you with gravy; mashed potatoes; carrots; roll; birthday cake; angelfood cake. Wednesday: Ham; pinto beans; spinach; cornbread; mar- garine; ice cream; diet pudding. Thursday: Country-fried steak/bun; scalloped potatoes; coleslaw; fruit crisp; unsweetend fruit. (Theme congregate pizza day.) Friday: Pimento cheese; veg- etable soup; mandarin oranges; wheatbread; oatmeal cookies; graham crackers. I uckle up for saf y! plan to attend, you must pre- register by contacting the Per- due office at 298-4100. ]Kentucky cattle numbers rise slightly Cattle numbers in Kentucky grew slightly in 2001. Total cattle and calves on Kentucky farms as of January 2002 num- bered 2.3 million head, up two percent from the previous year. The beef cow inventory indi- cated a slight rise to 1.08 million head on January 1, 2002, an in- crease of one percent. The 2001 calf crop was estimated at 1.08 million head, a decrease of one percent from the previous year, however. Upcoming events *March 9 - West Kentucky Association Sale-Ohio County Park Livestock Building-1 p.m. *March 9-Riverview Farms/ Pleasant View Farms Bull Sale- Bowling Green; 1 p.m. *March ll-Private Applica- tors Pesticide Certification Meeting-6 until 9 p.m.-Ohio County Extension Center. *March 12-Thistle spraying demonstrations-Ohio County. *March 14-2002 Perdue Poul- try Grower Workshop- "Surviv- ing In A Phosphorus-Based World'-6 p.m.-Ohio County Ex- tension Center. *March 21-Sustainable Agri- culture Workshop-Goat Produc- tion-9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.-Ken- tucky State University Research Farm, Frankfort. *March 25-EPD Bull Sale-7 p.m.-Muhlenberg County Ag Center, Greenville. ? !:i