MISSISSIPPI MARKET BULLETIN
Volume 94 Number 22 Lester Spell, Jr., D.V.M., Commissioner Jackson, Mississippi November 15, 2005
Proposed Assistance For Mississippi Farmers And Forest Landowners
Edited by Patrick Sullivan, MDAC Commission (MFC), the Mississippi * $30 million to fund the tax credit. Assistance Program. Because of
Forestry Association (MFA), the Environmental Quality Incentives • For dairy farmers, a request for many compounding factors due to
The following is a summary of the Mississippi Department of Program to assist in the control of FEMA to reimburse dairy farmers drought and hurricanes, lack of fall
Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce (MDAC), invasive weed species (such as giant who had power outages and were grazing capacity and winter feed will
Agriculture and Commerce’s propos- and additional input provided from salvina, Chinese tallow tree, required to use generators with increase costs for many producers. If
al for assistance for 2005 agricultural several specialty crop organizations. cogongrass, privet hedge and equivalent pay of up to one hundred funded, the program will offer assis-
and forestry damages in Mississippi, MDAC gratefully acknowledges those Japanese climbing fern), which gallons of diesel fuel per day while tance in purchasing feed for eligible
written in cooperation with the enti- who so willingly provided informa- threaten to spread at rapid rates in running generators. Additionally, for producers in disaster counties.
ties mentioned below. The proposal tion. impacted areas. uninsured losses of dairy operations • For beef and dairy farmers with
has been submitted to Governor MDAC extends a special thanks to * $750,000 annually to expand the structures directly related to produc- actual livestock losses, fund the
Haley Barbour and members of cogongrass landowner demonstra- Livestock Indemnity Program for
James Cummins, Executive Director tion, farmers should be eligible for
Mississippi’s Congressional tion project, which provides chemi- $500,000 for producers in disaster
of the Mississippi Fish and Wildlife 50% of repair or replacement of this
Delegation. cals to landowners for control of
Foundation who testified before the infrastructure to an assistance level counties to assist in the recovery of
Recommendations were developed cogongrass on agricultural or forest
Congressional subcommittee on not to exceed $250,000. $1.3 million lost revenue due to animal mortality.
with input from the Mississippi Farm lands.
Forest and Forest Health. James has was requested for a Dairy Disaster • For nursery growers, the enact-
Bureau Federation, various staff * $10 million to fund the Wildlife
assimilated most of the figures and Assistance Payment Program to help ment of legislation as part of an agri-
members of Mississippi State Habitat Incentives Program to
University, the Delta Council, the information included in the forest recover revenues lost from dumped cultural disaster package and ade-
landowner portion of this proposal restore lost habitat for endangered or spoiled milk due to hurricanes in quate program funding to cover loss-
Mississippi Nursery and Landscape species and game species.
Association, the Mississippi Poultry and his recommendations on the 2005. Also, a Dairy Market Loss es in this industry. Wholesale nurs-
implementation of this program are * $50 million to fund the State Fire Assistance Program ($13.6 million in ery grower losses are estimated at
Association, USDA-Farm Service Assistance/Hazard Mitigation
Agency (FSA), USDA-Natural deeply appreciated. Mississippi over 12 months to offset $17-19 million.
• For forest landowners, two of the Program through the Mississippi production related expenses) was * The legislation, if enacted, would
Resources Conservation Service Forestry Commission.
(NRCS), the Mississippi Forestry key elements of the Mississippi requested for producers in disaster provide emergency relief to nursery
Department of Agriculture and * $10 million to fund the Volunteer counties to assist with prolonged growers suffering losses from
Commerce’s forest recovery program Fire Assistance Program to increase production decreases and excessive Hurricanes Dennis, Katrina, and
include fair compensation for forest funding for local volunteer fire Rita. Also, nursery producers in dis-
costs producers will incur over the
departments. aster counties would be allowed to
landowners and restoring softwood next twelve months attributed to
* $2 million to fund the seek eligibility in the Emergency
and hardwood forest resources. A hurricane damage and related fac-
Cooperative Lands Forest Health Conservation Program for reim-
variety of existing programs and sev- tors.
Management Program to control for- bursement of costs associated with
eral new programs have been pro- • For beef and dairy farmers with
est threatening insects. debris cleanup and removal.
posed. The following is a brief grazing losses and feed shortages,
* $48 million to fund the Urban Continued on page 28
overview. $17 million to fund a Livestock
and Community Forestry Program to
* $700 million to fund the
reestablish trees and restore quality
Emergency Forest Restoration of life on the Gulf Coast.
Assistance Program, which provides * $4 million to fund forest invento-
landowners who experience 35% ry and analysis to accurately deter-
merchantable timber loss to recover mine hurricane impacts.
60% of value lost (capped at * $5 million to fund the Economic
$250,000). Under the MDAC propos- Action Program to assist loggers with
al, landowners would immediately be fuel and housing.
paid half of compensation due. The * Salvage Income Tax Exemption –
remaining payment would be exempt income derived from salvage
received following completion of cuts in affected counties (up to $2.5
terms in the written reforestation million per landowner) from federal
plan prepared by a registered forester. income tax. Limit capital gain to 5-
Reforestation must be completed by 10% of the value of salvaged timber.
March 31, 2010, on hurricane-dam- Landowners can avoid taxes on sal-
aged lands. vage income by reinvesting in quali-
* $141 million to fund reforesta- fied replacement property, including
tion programs (Healthy Forests reforestation costs, purchase of tim-
Reserve Program, Partners for Fish berland, or purchase of 80% control-
and Wildlife Program, Landowner ling stock in timber-related industry.
Incentives Program, Forest Land * Casualty Loss Reform – Casualty
Enhancement/Stewardship Program, loss should be the value of the timber Mike Johanns, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, recently visited
and the Emergency Restoration Tax prior to the natural disaster, less the Mississippi to assess agricultural damage from Hurricane Katrina. While tour-
Credit Program). These programs, if amount salvaged. ing the devastated area, Secretary Johanns met with farmers and state agricul-
funded as proposed, will result in a * Emergency Restoration Tax ture officials. Pictured, from left, Joe Frank Sanderson of Sanderson Farms;
total reforestation effort of 600,000 Credit – provide reforestation incen- Lester Spell, Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce; Mike Johanns; and
acres. tive in the form of a federal income David Waide, President of Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation.
November 15, 2005 MISSISSIPPI MARKET BULLETIN Page 1
SUGAR ‘N’ SPICE CRANBERRIES
From Our 3 (12 ounce) packages fresh or frozen cranberries
3 ½ cups sugar
1 ½ cups water
Kitchen To Yours ½ cup cider vinegar
1 ½ teaspoons ground cinnamon
¾ teaspoon ground allspice or cloves
In a Dutch oven, combine all the ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer
DEEP-FRIED TURKEY uncovered for 35-40 minutes or until the cranberries pop and mixture is thickened.
Cover and refrigerate until chilled.
1 (10-pound) turkey
2 tablespoons House seasoning (recipe follows) Source: Southern Living.com
2 tablespoons of your favorite dry rub
3-5 gallons peanut oil
Cook’s Note: To measure the amount of oil needed to fry the turkey, place turkey in PUMPKIN COBBLER
fryer, add water to top of turkey, remove the turkey and the water line will indicate how
much oil will be needed to fry your turkey. Having too much oil can cause a fire. The 1 29 ounce can of pumpkin
pot should not be more that ¾ full or the oil could overflow when the turkey is added. 6 eggs at room temperature
2 cans of sweetened condensed milk
Wash bird inside and out, and allow it to drain. Rub turkey all over with House 1 package of spice cake mix
Seasoning. Coat turkey with dry rub and allow it to sit until it reaches room tempera- 1 cup chopped pecans
ture. Heat peanut oil in a turkey fryer or a very, very large stockpot to 350 degrees F. 2 sticks of butter
Lower turkey into hot oil, making sure it is fully submerged. Fry turkey for 3 minutes 1 cup brown sugar
per pound, plus 5 minutes per bird. Remove turkey from oil and drain on paper towels.
Mix together pumpkin, eggs, brown sugar, cake mix, ½ of the pecans and 1 can of sweet-
House Seasoning: ened condensed milk. Melt 1 stick of butter in a 9 x 13 pan. Make sure the pan is fully
1 cup salt coated with the butter. Pour the first mixture into the pan and bake for 40-60 minutes
¼ cup black pepper in a 350-degree F. oven. Melt the remaining stick of butter, and add the rest of the pecans
¼ cup garlic powder and other can of sweetened condensed milk. Mix thoroughly. Pour this mixture over the
Mix ingredients together and store in an airtight container for up to 6 months. top of the cobbler once it has been removed from the oven. Serve warm. Top with
whipped cream or ice cream.
Source: Paula Deen, Food Network.com
Source: Southern Living.com
FANCY GREEN BEANS
2 tablespoons teriyaki sauce LEFTOVER STORAGE TIPS
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon butter Storage Know-How: Leftover turkey meat should be removed from the carcass, wrapped
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice tightly and refrigerated for no more than 3 to 4 days. For longer storage chop the turkey
1 ½ pounds fresh green beans and freeze in 2-cup portions. Thaw as needed for use in salads, casseroles and soups dur-
2 slices bacon ing the holiday season or anytime. Leftover stuffing, potatoes and cranberries can be
½ cup red bell pepper strips stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
½ cup thin onion wedges
½ cup whole cashews Safe Food Handling: When reheating leftovers, be sure to heat foods such as stuffing,
potatoes and casseroles to an internal temperature of 165 degrees F.
In a small bowl, stir together the teriyaki sauce, honey and butter. Fill another bowl
with cold water and ice cubes. Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add the lemon
juice. Drop in the beans and cook for 4 to 5 minutes, or until beans are bright green. LEFTOVER USAGE IDEAS
Drain the beans in a colander and then plunge them into the iced water. Drain the beans
again and set them aside. In a skillet, cook the bacon until very crispy, crumble and set Stir cubed cooked turkey into canned minestrone or vegetable soup, chili and casseroles.
aside. Sauté the bell pepper and onion in the hot bacon fat for 2 minutes. Add the beans,
cashews and bacon to the skillet. Add the teriyaki-honey sauce and toss gently. Turkey Caesar Salad: Toss together cooked turkey, salad greens and Caesar dressing.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese
Source: Paula Deen, Food Network.com
Turkey Wrap: Spread a flour tortilla with salad dressing or mayonnaise. Fill with turkey
slices, stuffing and top with cranberry sauce and wrap it.
SWEET POTATO BAKE
Turkey Grilled Cheese: Add turkey slices and honey mustard to your next grilled sand-
3 pounds sweet potatoes wich
1 cup brown sugar
1 ½ tablespoons cornstarch Source: Kraft Foods
¼ teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup apricot nectar
½ cup hot water
2 tablespoons grated orange peel
2 tablespoons butter
½ cup chopped nuts
Peel sweet potatoes. Cook in boiling, salted water until tender but not mushy. Drain
and cool. Combine the sugar, cornstarch, salt and cinnamon in a medium saucepan.
Stir in the apricot nectar, hot water and orange peel. Bring to a full boil, stirring con-
stantly. Remove from heat and stir in butter. Cool slightly; stir in nuts. Cut sweet pota-
toes in half and place them in a 7 ½ x 12-inch casserole. Pour sauce over potatoes so all
are glazed. If you wish, refrigerate overnight, covered. Bake uncovered, in 375-degree
oven for 25 minutes or until sauce is bubbling. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Source: Vardaman Sweet Potato Recipe Collection
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CHOOSE & CUT
YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS TREES
To be published in the Nov. 15th, Dec. 1st & Dec. 15th issues.
For Mississippi Residents Only. In order to advertise, you must
be a subscriber to the Mississippi Market Bulletin.
Prices: N/A Ph: 601-845-0433
ALCORN COUNTY Hours: 8:00 a.m. until dark Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pines
Pine Mountain Tree Farm Dates of Availability: Nov. 24 - Dec. 18, 2005. Prices: $3-$5 per ft.
43 Waukomis Lake Road Hours: 8:00 a.m. until dark
Corinth, MS 38834 LOWNDES COUNTY Dates of Availability: Thanksgiving until.
Variety of Trees: White Pine, Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pine Swedenburg Christmas Tree Farm
Prices: $25-$60 (9-12 ft.) 979 South Lehmberg Road OKTIBBEHA COUNTY
Hours: Weekdays 3:00 p.m. until dark; Sat. 9:00 a.m. until Columbus, MS 39702 Johnny Gentry
dark; Sun. 1:00 p.m. until dark. Ph: 662-328-9140 1789 Penn Station Road
Dates of Availability: Thanksgiving thru December 18, 2005. Variety of Trees: Virginia Pine, Leyland Cypress Crawford, MS 39743
Prices: $30-$100 depending on height Ph: 662-272-5817
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. & Sun. 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
GEORGE COUNTY Dates of Availability: Nov. 26 - Dec. 17, 2005.
Variety of Trees: Red Cedar
“Gibson” Christmas Tree Farm
2137 Basin Central Road NEWTON COUNTY
Lucedale, MS 39452 Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Ph: 601-947-8348 Lazy Acres Plantation, LLC Dates of Availability: Nov. 15 - Dec. 24, 2005.
Variety of Trees: Red Cedar, Deoder Cedar, Leyland Cypress 596 Lazy Acres Road
Chunky, MS 39323 Longview Christmas Tree Farm
Ph: 601-655-8264 2092 Old Hwy. 12
Hours: Tue.-Sat. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. & Sun. 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Email: email@example.com Starkville, MS 39760
Dates of Availability: Nov. 1 - Dec. 23, 2005.
Website: www.lazy-acres.com Ph: 662-323-0719
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pine, Carolina Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HINDS COUNTY Sapphire. Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Fraser Fir
Kazery Tree Farm Prices: N/A Prices: $5 per ft.
1470 South McRaven Road Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. & Sun. 1:00-5:00 p.m. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 3:30-5:00 p.m.; Sat. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;
Jackson, MS 39209 Dates of Availability: Thanksgiving Day at 1:00 p.m. thru Sun. 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Ph: 601-922-6767 Dec. 18, 2005. Dates of Availability: November 25 - Dec. 20, 2005
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire
Prices: $5-$6 per ft. Bunty’s Christmas Trees
1186 Newton Conehatta Road PEARL RIVER COUNTY
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 3:00-5:00 p.m.; Sat. 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.;
Sun. Noon-5:00 p.m. Newton, MS 39345 The Children’s Christmas Tree Forest
Dates of Availability: Nov. 25 - Dec. 17, 2005. Ph: 601-683-6264 177 Wind-N-Oaks Road
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Arizona Cypress Carriere, MS 39426
Springdale Hills Prices: $30-$75 (7’-12’) Ph: 1-601-798-9388
2116 North Springdale Road Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. daily Email: email@example.com
Jackson, MS 39209 Dates of Availability: Nov. 24 - Dec. 17, 2005.
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress, Red Cedar, Virginia Pines,
Ph: 601-366-4679 Blue Ice, Sapphire.
Variety of Trees: Red Cedar, Spruce Pine, Virginia Pines RANKIN COUNTY Prices: Virginia Pines $5 per ft. + tax; All others are $6 per
Prices: $4 per ft. Santa’s Choice ft. + tax.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:00 a.m. until dark & Sun. 1:00 p.m. 355 Hwy. 469 North Hours: 9:00 a.m. until dark
until dark Florence, MS 39073 Dates of Availability: Nov. 25 - Dec. 23, 2005.
Dates of Availability: Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve.
Rosebud Christmas Trees
CHOOSE & CUT CHRISTMAS
5819 Gunter Road
Walnut Grove, MS 39189
TREE FARMS SUBMISSION FORM
Ph: 601-253-2285 Use this handy form to list your chrismtas tree farm and return it before the deadline
Variety of Trees: Arizona Cypress, Blue Ice, Burkii Cedar, Monday, November 14, 2005, 12:00 Noon.
Eastern Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress & Virginia Pine.
Prices: $2-$6 per ft. depending on grade.
Hours: 10:00 a.m. until dark, Mon.-Sat. & 1:00 p.m. until YOUR NAME OR NAME OF FARM
dark on Sun.
Dates of Availability: Thanksgiving Day - Sun. Dec. 15, 2005. ADDRESS
Lofton’s Christmas Trees CITY ZIP CODE COUNTY
1732 Hwy. 35 South
Carthage, MS 39051 TELEPHONE NUMBER EMAIL
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress HOURS OF OPERATION
Prices: $4 per ft.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. & Sun. 1:00-5:00 p.m. SPECIES OF TREES
Dates of Availability: Nov. 24 - Dec. 19, 2005.
PRICE PER TREE
LINCOLN COUNTY DATES OF AVAILABILITY (FROM-TO)
Promise Land Farm
111 Overpass Trail (YOU DO NOT HAVE TO RESUBMIT YOUR AD, IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN IN THE NEXT ISSUE).
Bogue Chitto, MS 39629 SEND YOUR ADS TO: MISSISSIPPI MARKET BULLETIN • P.O. BOX 1118 • JACKSON, MS 39215-1118
Ph: 601-734-6873 EMAIL: MARKETBULLETIN@MDAC.STATE.MS.US • FAX (601) 359-1260
Variety of Trees: Leyland Cypress
November 15, 2005 MISSISSIPPI MARKET BULLETIN Page 3
Rankin Co., 39 acres, partially wooded, Noxubee Co., 108 acres, new 5-strand
Here To Serve You! All farm land must be sold by the actual
owners of farms. “Farm Land For Sale,”
“Farm Land For Rent or Lease” and
gently sloping, pond, fronting highway,
$6,000 per acre, will sell half, great for
families or developers. Brandon, 601-
fence, 2- ponds, good grass, 4-lane
hwy., railroad track on the back, $1,500
per acre. Crawford, 662-272-8681.
Lawrence Co., 45 acres, 20 acres in
Mississippi Department of Agriculture & Commerce “Standing Timber For Sale” must
consist of ten (10) acres or more! Webster Co., 260 acres, Center established Bermuda, rest in planted
121 North Jefferson St. In order to advertise under this catego- Community, on Center Road, paved pines & old hardwood, ranch style
ry, you the owner will have to submit a frontage on 2 sides, 10 yr. old natural home, great for small farm, $200,000.
Jackson, MS 39201 statement/signature of ownership with regeneration timberland, rolling hills, Monticello, 601-587-9436.
the ad to include the term: $1,450 per acre. Kosciusko, 662-290-
“For Sale By Owner.” Winston Co., 40 acres, 3 bdrm. 2 full
OFFICE HOURS: Out-of-state residents owning farm
bath brick house, den w/fireplace, 1/4
Monday-Friday property within Mississippi that is Monroe Co., 142 acres, 7 acre lake, mi. frontage on Hwy. 397, fenced &
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. being offered for sale, are allowed to 90% open in Aberdeen, borders streets cross-fenced hay land & pasture,
advertise in this category. East & West, will finance 75% at $150,000. Ackerman, 662-285-6993.
REAL-ESTATE BUSINESSES, LAND prime, $1,100 per acre or cash.
For information contact: BROKERS OR ANY PERSON SELL- Aberdeen, 662-369-2681. Clay Co., 151 acres, near Starkville,
ING LAND ON COMMISSION BASIS recreation property, some timber, exc.
ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO ADVERTISE! Lauderdale Co., 40 acres, 20 acres 10 hunting for deer, turkey & squirrels,
Commissioner’s Office Livestock Market News yr. old natural growth, 20 acres $1,750 per acre. Starkville, 662-320-
(601) 359-1100 (601) 359-1120 FARM LAND FOR SALE includes 4 bdrm. 2 bath house, 4441.
19 mobile home lots, 1- 14x80 mobile
Coliseum home, $375,000. Collinsville, 601-737- Oktibbeha Co., 52 acres, 5 mi. from
Make Mine Mississippi Scott Co., 31 acres open land, fenced, MSU, on Hwy. 82, w/16’ x 80’ mobile
(601) 961-4000 5263.
(601) 359-1118 3 bdrm. farmhouse, barn, 2 fish ponds, home, $170,000. Magee, 601-259-2068.
near schools, church & store, 3 mi.
Ag Museum Simpson Co., 88 acres, breeder hen
Market Development north of Lake, MS, $140,000. Brandon, Simpson Co., 410 acres land & timber,
farm w/2- 40’ x 350’ houses & 1- 40’ x
(601) 713-3365 601-825-1746.
500’ house, 2- homes in Shivers, MS, Sec 20-21, T10N, R18W, $1,600 per
(601) 359-1159 acre. Crystal Springs, 601-892-9027.
$625,000. Mendenhall, 601-847-5018.
Agricultural Theft Bureau Pontotoc Co., 21 acres, comm. water,
1-800-678-2660 Meat Inspection fenced, some timber, beautiful building Humphreys Co., 100 acres, duck/dove
Smith Co., 40 acres w/16 yr. old
(601) 359-1191 sites, South Pontotoc School District, Longleaf & Loblolly pines, $2,300 per
hunting & fishing, 6- impoundments
Aquaculture 8 mi. south of Pontotoc, reduced to acre; Covington Co., 181 acres, exc.
w/well, fishing pond, dove field, wood-
(601) 359-1102 sale, $1,800 per acre. Pontotoc, 662- hunting/fishing land, plenty of
Mississippi Market Bulletin ed slough, water/electricity, close to
deer/turkey, $1,900/acre. Taylorsville,
542-8759. Sky Lake, $1,500/acre, owner financ-
(601) 359-1155 601-785-4498.
Board of Animal Health ing. Brandon, 601-540-5783.
Copiah Co., 30 acres, located 3 mi.
(601) 359-1170 MS Farmers’ Market south of West Lincoln School, $1,200 Smith Co., 24 acres, hwy. frontage, city
Newton Co., 175 acres, 3/4 mi. from
per acre. Crystal Springs, 601-765- water, sewer & natural gas, live stream,
Bureau of Plant Industry (601) 953-2445 I-20 frontage near Exit 109, big deer,
several good house sites, $2,800 per
4881. pines, hardwood & pasture, pond,
(662) 325-3390 acre. Raleigh, 601-782-4494.
Regulatory Services $2,500/yr. CRP income, $1,450 per acre
Pike Co., 40 acres, 10 yr. old breeder OBO. Brandon, 601-955-1309.
Consumer Protection (601) 359-1111 houses in exc. cond., includes JD 2640 Hinds Co., 49 acres, development
tractor w/JD 540 loader, 6’ box blade, potential, 4/3.4 custom built home,
(601) 359-1148 Rankin Co., 32 acres, 2 mi. north of
1996 INT 22’ spreader truck, $525,000. 7,000 sq. ft. (4,415 heated space), safe
Petroleum Division Puckett, $4,750 per acre. Mendenhall, room, 32x86 barn/shop, gazebo,
Fruits & Vegetables McComb, 601-684-9628. 601-825-4909.
(601) 359-1101 boathouse, 2 stocked lakes, $875,000.
(601) 359-1138 Raymond, 601-373-7841.
Pontotoc Co., 15 acres, small pond, lots SW. Hinds Co., 253 +/- acres, has CRP
International Trade Weights & Measures of shade, beautiful house site, 877’ land, approx. 8 acre lake, mixed timber,
paved road frontage, near Hwy. 78, George Co., 78 acres, mixed hard-
(601) 359-1158 (601) 359-1149 exc. hunting, $1,925 per acre. Port woods/pines, dirt road frontage, elec-
minutes from Tupelo, Level 5 School Gibson, 601-437-4012.
District, $100,000. Pontotoc, 1-662- tricity available, $160,000.
Keep Mississippi Beautiful Operator 489-6059. Waynesboro, 601-735-5016 after 6 p.m.
Harrison Co., 36 acres, 3 bdrm. 2 bath
(601) 359-1150 (601) 359-1100 brick house, 4 mi. north of D’Iberville’s
Grenada Co., 12.7 acres, 10 acres open, Wayne Co., 74 acres, timber, pasture &
Wal-Mart, Lowe’s, adj. to new Hwy. 67, farm land, located on Strengthford-
creek, paved road, city water, 3/10 mi.
Visit us at: road frontage, $62,000. Grenada Co.,
$500,000. Ocean Springs, 228-872-
Cooley Road, good hunting/fishing,
could be subdivide, $300,000 OBO.
Grand Bay, AL, 251-422-2038.
www.mdac.state.ms.us Simpson Co., 40 acres w/old barn,
fenced, part pasture, mostly timber,
Webster Co., 25 acres on Center Road,
8 acres open, rest in young timber, Yazoo Co., 150 acres, south of Yazoo
good home site & good hunting, City, deer everywhere, great road sys-
ideal for large lake, lots of wildlife, 30 $30,000. Eupora, 662-258-8332. tem, awesome lake site, paved road
MISSISSIPPI MARKET BULLETIN mi. south of Jackson, $175,000.
Braxton, 601-847-5575. Lowndes Co., 237 acres, 4 mi. north of
access, utilities available, convenient
(USPS 354-340) property, $1,365 per acre. Flowood,
Columbus, Hwy. 45 (road frontage), 601-540-6275.
Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce Holmes Co., 110 acres, 1,615 sq. ft. close to Columbus Air Base, $1,300 per
121 NORTH JEFFERSON STREET brick house, 5 acre lake, 1/2 mi. acre OBO. Shuqualak, 601-677-3765. Hinds Co., 42 acres cattle farm, fenced,
JACKSON, MS 39201 frontage on paved road, close access to borders Clinton City Limits, an exc.
P. O. Box 1118 I-55, $350,000. West, 662-967-2461. Pike Co., 95 acres, 2 houses, barns, investment for future development in
Jackson, Mississippi 39215-1118 open, timber, live creek, near I-55/24, fast growing area, $4,000 per acre.
Phone: (601) 359-1155 Calhoun Co., 53 acres timberland, can be rezoned, investment, $395,000. Jackson, 601-941-6100.
Fax: (601) 359-1260 w/16’ x 80’ mobile home, electricity, McComb, 601-657-4729.
Email: MarketBulletin@mdac.state.ms.us telephone service, comm. water, good Covington Co., 54 1/2 acres, pasture,
Periodical postage paid at Jackson, Mississippi, and at additional mailing area for hunting deer/turkey, $800 per Holmes Co., 237 acres, fenced, hwy. wooded, pond, 3 bdrm. 3 bath home
office. acre. Pittsboro, 662-568-2038. frontage, ponds, timber, pasture, w/pool, double wide mobile home,
Presented as a service feature by this Department as authorized by Law, deer/turkey, homeplace, 1 hr. from 20’ x 30’ shed, MF tractor, 8- imple-
Subscriptions are $10.00 per year to bona fide residents of Mississippi, however Copiah Co., 101 acres, 70 acres timber, Jackson, $1,900 per acre. Leland, 662- ments, $350,000. Mt. Olive, 601-797-
advertisers must be actually engaged in farm or agricultural pursuits. Dealers, 31 acres pasture, no road frontage, lots 378-9219. 9843.
buyers, sellers and business persons engaged in trade cannot list items for sale. of deer, turkey & squirrels, food plots,
All matters dealing with the purpose of this publication should be addressed shooting houses, $1,800 per acre. Lafayette Co., 12.6 secluded acres at Rankin Co., 10 acres, 10 mi. west down
to Claude Nash, Editor. All matters of policy and subjects not dealing with the Ponchatoula, LA, 504-812-0019. Harmontown, north side of Sardis White Road, w/1- trailer (7 yrs. old)
publication should be addressed to the Commissioner. Lake, $12,000. Batesville, 662-561- 3 bdrm. 2 bath & 1- trailer/house
Itawamba Co., 40 acres, 12-20+ yr. old 0697. 2 bdrm. 2 bath, $170,000. Florence,
In offering this public service to bona fide residents of Mississippi, we cannot
mixed timber, paved road, abundant 601-845-7586.
verify the contents of each notice. Therefore, the availability of these pages for
wildlife, 3 mi. from Tombigbee & Tenn. Copiah Co., 80 acres, near Hazlehurst,
listings of farmlands and related personal property constitutes no warranty on
Tom boat ramps, $2,200 per acre. 1 yr. old planted pines on hills, mature Smith Co., 45 acres, 4- 40’ x 500’ clear
our part of any statement made by parties to such proposed transactions.
Nettleton, 662-213-0237. hardwoods in bottoms along stream span poultry houses under contract,
The Market Bulletin assumes no responsibility for any notice appearing in
the Bulletin nor for any transaction resulting from published notices. w/beautiful waterfall, paved road nice 3/2 mobile home, large barn, half
Webster Co., 153 acres, established frontage, great hunting, $118,000. pasture, borders creek, good hunting,
Advertisers are cautioned that it is against the law to misrepresent any prod-
interior roads, food plots, exc. Lucedale, 601-766-1055. fenced, $150,000. Raleigh, 601-789-
uct offered for sale in public notice or advertisement carried in any publication
deer/turkey hunting, gravel road 5176.
that is delivered.
frontage, north of Eupora Airport, Franklin Co., 20 acres timberland,
“POSTMASTER, Send address changes to MISSISSIPPI MARKET
$1,250 per acre. Winona, 662-283- McCall Creek Community area, Copiah Co., 150 acres, wooded, 8 acre
BULLETIN, P.O. Box 1118, Jackson, MS 39215-1118 (DMM 455.2i)”
3319. $35,000. Jackson, 601-941-3087. lake, paved road, utilities, food plots,
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hunter & fishermen paradise, $2,500 NE. Attala Co., 23 acres, 18 acres in 12 Bermuda horse hay, square bales $4 2005 crop, Alicia Bermuda horse, hay,
per acre. Byram, 601-372-5837. yr. old pine plantation, road frontage,
good deer habitat, 1.8 mi. off Natchez
FARM CROPS out of barn, rolls $25., fert., weed free.
Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825-9190.
fert., weed free, $3.50-$4., can load flat
trailers w/tractor, ask for details. Paul
Wayne Co., 14.8 acres, 2 yr. old pines, Trace, $38,525. Starkville, 1-662-324- AGRICULTURAL SEED Arender, Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-
$30,000; Wayne Co., 15 +/- acres pas- 8306. Top quality Tifton & Alicia Coastal, well 825-2516.
In accordance with the MS Pure Seed
ture land, $45,000., or both for Law Section 69-3-11 (1) a farmer-grow- fert., great deal at $3.25>20 bales or
$70,000., blacktop frontage, partially Clay Co., 50 acres of land set out in er in this state may sell vegetable, $3.50<20 bales; $25 per round bale. Highly fert. hay, 5 1/2 x 5 bales, cured
new fence. Waynesboro, 601-735-4433. pines, nice pond, good hunting, flower, tree and shrub seeds without a Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-8988. w/o rain, $25/bale stored outside,
w/shop, barn, older house, paved road, permit. However, he is required to label $30/bale stored in barn, can load but
Yazoo Co., 984 acres, 701 acres culti- seed when sold and shipped away from 2005 crop, 4x5 rolls of Bahia & mixed not equipped to haul. Calhoun Co.,
vated, remainder in pasture & timber, great for investment, hunting camp,
$110,000. Cedar Bluff, Montpelier, 662- his premises. In order to properly label grass hay, $18 per roll; Limited num- Vardaman, 662-682-7378.
8 mi. west of I-55 at Pickens Exit, cur- seed, they MUST BE TESTED. A ber of small square bales of Bahia
rently under lease, $3,000 per acre. 494-7038. signed farmer/grower certificate MUST grass, $2.75 each. Neshoba Co., 4x5 rolls of Crab grass hay, well fert.,
Decatur, 601-635-2769. accompany all seed listings. For certifi- Philadelphia, 601-416-2222. $25 per roll; Square bales of Bahia
Walthall Co., 175 acres prime pasture cate forms Write: MS Market Bulletin, grass hay, $2.50 per bale. Forrest Co.,
Webster Co., (Mathiston) 48 acres, 12 land, 3- ponds, fenced/cross-fenced, P.O. Box 1118, Jackson, MS 39215-1118. 4x5 round bales of grass hay, 2005 crop Petal, 601-582-3016. Email:
yr. old 3,000 sq. ft. 3 bdrm. 2 1/2 bath steel working pen, $350,000. Only in-state residents are allowed to in field, 125 bales at $10 each. Pike Co.,
advertise within this category. firstname.lastname@example.org
home w/double carport, 2- fireplaces, Columbia, 601-736-1696. Osyka, 601-542-5635.
deck, fish pond, road frontage, 007 Bermuda grass, top quality, highly
$400,000. Mathiston, 662-263-4300. Tishomingo Co., 119 acres, 2- ponds, AGRICULTURAL “Horse Heaven” - 5x6 bales of fert., 4x6 round bales, net tied, big
cut-over timber, some timber, utilities GRASS & SEEDS Bermuda, $40; Square bales of Bahia, bales, $35; Square bales, $3.50 per bale;
Panola Co., 229 acres, north side Edin available, good deer/turkey hunting, $3; Bahia/Rye mix, $2.50; Cow hay, $2., Alfalfa hay, $9.50 per bale. Lawrence
Lake, borders government mature oak $750 per acre. Tishomingo, 662-438- highly fert., limed & sprayed. Walthall Co., Monticello, 601-587-7146.
forest, $35,000 4 bdrm. 2 bath double 6639. Sumrall 007 Hybrid Bermuda grass, Co., Tylertown, 601-876-3925.
wide, live streams, deer/turkey, black- custom planting, $75/acre (10 acre Alfalfa horse hay, green & leafy, $11;
top road, $1,550/acre. Lexington, 662- minimum), sprigs at farm by bushel or 2005 crop, 400- 4x5 rolls of mixed
Panola Co., 120 acres, Hwy. 310 Alicia Bermuda horse hay, exc. quality,
834-3989. pickup load, closed variety, registered grass hay, fert. w/chicken litter, $12 per
w/frontage, near Longtown, fenced, 2- well fert., cured w/o rain, $4 per square
trademark. Gerald Sumrall, Lawrence roll. Attala Co., Kosciusko, 662-289- bale; Rolls $20. Simpson Co.,
Lauderdale Co., 21 acres of virgin tim- ponds, $1,950 per acre; 38 acres, small Co., Monticello, 601-587-7122. 3652. Mendenhall, 601-847-3740.
ber, 4/3 log home, designer built, 3,000 brick house, 2- barns, 1- pond,
sq. ft. under roof w/900 sq. ft. of porch- $140,000. Azle, TX, 817-773-1479. Custom sprig Tifton 44, 85, 419, Alicia, Excellent Bermuda hay in square bales,
es & decks, $350,000. Meridian, 601- Website: www.board-horse.com/ms Square bales of Tifton 44 Bermuda,
Dixie W.F., Jiggs, planted on 12” spac- limed/fert., weed free, cured w/o rain, heavy bales, highly fert., top quality
693-1110. ing, $65 & up per acre, Dixie W.F. test reports available, $4; Bahia $3.50; guaranteed, $4 per bale. Leflore Co.,
Holmes Co., 135 acres, ducks & deer, topped all varieties at MSU. Leake Co., Round bales $23 & $25. Newton Co.,
Carroll Co., 120 acres, 1/4 mi. road Greenwood, 601-201-3718.
cypress slough, 1/3 in soybeans, 1/3 in Carthage, 601-267-4471. Newton, 601-683-3945.
frontage, prime deer/turkey hunting, slough, 1/3 in 15 yr. old planted hard-
interior roads, shooting houses & food Alicia Bermuda, exc. quality, cured w/o
woods, borders hillside refuge, Combine run Bahia grass seed, $1 per 2005 crop, Bahia grass hay, large round
plots, 14’ x 80’ mobile home, furnished, rain, 4x5 rolls stored in barn, $36;
$1,500/acre. Brandon, 601-946-3316. lb. Greene Co., Richton, 601-989-2307. bales $30; Square bales $3., all fert.,
$1,250 per acre. Carrollton, 662-237- Square bales $3.75. Hinds Co., Utica,
stored in barn, good horse hay. Hinds 601-885-8648.
4209. Pensacola Bahia grass seed, 2005 crop, Co., Crystal Springs, 601-878-0052.
Tate Co., 330 acres, mixed hardwood &
pine, 60 acres crop land, deer/turkey, clean & tested, exc. germination &
Lamar Co., 25 acres improved pasture, Good quality, well fert., 4x5 round
1 hr. from Memphis, 10 min. to Sardis purity, 50 lb. sacks, $1.50 per lb. Jim Fertilized large rolls of hay, $20 each or
4 bdrm. 2 bath 1,900 sq. ft. country bales of Bahia/Bermuda, $20 per bale,
Lake, $1,850 per acre. Senatobia, 662- Stephens, Stephens Farms, Lawrence $15 each if all are taken, will load.
home, 2 stocked ponds, net wire fenced will load. Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878-
562-8582. Co., Silver Creek, 601-587-2526. Itawamba Co., Mantachie, 662-282-
& cross-fenced, $155,000. Sumrall, 5551.
601-943-6516. Combine run wheat, bulk $8 per 100
Hinds Co., 153 +/- acres, 8 yr. old pines, Square bales of hay: Bermuda $3.25;
lbs; Combine run wheat, oats & rye Alicia Bermuda hay, top quality, highly
Leake Co., 40.25 acres, 24 yr. old limb 2 ponds, hunting/fishing, 3/4 mi. paved Bahia $2.75; Mixed grass $2.50; Round
grass seed mixed, bulk 15¢ per lb. fert., $4 per square bale in barn. Stone
timber, well, telephone & electricity frontage, comm. water system, near bales of Bahia, $30. Calhoun Co., Water
Madison Co., Canton, 601-317-1014. Co., Perkinston, 601-928-7407.
available, 1,767’ driveway, easy access Raymond, $460,000. Raymond, 601- Valley, 662-413-4175.
to Hwy. 25, $5,000 per acre. Puyallup, 857-5706. Highly limed/fert. Bahia & Coastal hay,
Pensacola Bahia grass seed, 2005 crop
WA, 1-253-677-5306. 5 1/2’ x 5’ bales, cured w/o rain, stored Alicia Bermuda horse hay, weed free,
year, 98% germination & good purity,
Greene Co., 36 acres, mature timber & in barn, tight bales baled w/JD 566 cured w/o rain, under shed, 4x5 rolls,
Union Co., 210 acres, paved road recleaned in new sacks, $1.50 per lb.
young timber, comm. water, good baler, $30 per bale. Lauderdale Co., will load, $18. Scott Co., Harperville,
frontage, all utilities, barn, plenty of Joe B. Thompson, Thompson Farms,
deer/turkey hunting, $2,300 per acre. Toomsuba, 601-632-9364. 601-625-7111.
springs, $210,000. Ripley, 662-837- Jefferson Davis Co., Bassfield, 601-943-
State Line, 601-848-7704. 5443.
1060. 2005 crop, 100- 5x5 bales of Bahia, $15
Well fert. Bahia hay, 4x4 round bales,
$12., will load for you. Lauderdale Co., per bale; 5x5 round bales of Bermuda,
Marion Co., 28.5 acres, running creek, Neshoba Co., 50+ acres, 8 mi. North CORN stored in barn, $30; Square bales,
deer/turkey, good neighborhood, Hwy. 19 frontage, ponds, outbuildings, Collinsville, 601-917-1443.
$2.50-$3.50. Leake Co., Lena, 601-654-
$3,000 per acre. Foxworth, 601-736- timber, electricity, comm. water & tele- 3485.
2074. phone, $140,000. Dekalb, 601-677- Shelled corn, cleaned, $7.50 per 100# 6x6 bales of well fert. Bahia grass hay,
2380. in 50# sacks, $7 in your containers. stored out of weather, $25 per bale.
Lamar Co., Sumrall, 601-408-3073. Covington Co., Sumrall, 601-758-3917. Heavy Vermeer baled Bahia grass, 5 x
Jasper Co., 120 acres cut-over, some 5 1/2 bales, $20 per bale. Jefferson
standing timber, exc. deer/turkey hunt- Madison Co., 64 acres, Firetower Road, Davis Co., Prentiss, 601-792-4882.
ing, Tallahala Creek runs full length of Yellow ear corn, $10 per 100 lbs. bulk, Square bales of top quality Bermuda
cut-over timberland, exc. hunting, $160 per ton bulk, or bagged in 50 lbs. horse hay, $4 per bale in barn.
80 acres, $1,200 per acre negotiable. gravel road, electricity, $1,175 per acre. 4x5 rolls of Bahia, fall crop, cured w/o
Louin, 601-789-5655. $7. Hinds Co., Raymond, 601-857- Itawamba Co., Mantachie, 662-282-
Carthage, 601-267-3186. 5592. 7467. rain, stored in barn, $23. Walthall Co.,
Rankin Co., 39 acres on Hwy. 43, 3 mi.
from Puckett, part cleared, w/pond, Clarke Co., 31 acres, in Enterprise Corn, cleaned, 50# bags, $4 per bag. World Feeder Bermuda horse hay,
School District, frontage on Hwy. 11, Jefferson Davis Co., Prentiss, 601-792- highly fert., high sugar content, high Horse quality Sumrall 007 Bermuda
electricity & water, $6,000 per acre.
south of Enterprise, will sell smaller 0325 nights/weekends. in protein & digestibility, cured w/o hay, round bales $35., square bales
acreage, $1,400 per acre. Meridian, rain, $4 per bale out of barn. LS Farms, $3.50., all in barn; Mixed grass round
Leake Co., 40 acres timber, exc. hunt- 601-938-4483. Shelled corn, 55 gal. barrel $20. Madison Co., Pickens, 662-468-3080. bales, $20 in field. Monroe Co.,
ing, $2,500 per acre. George Nichols, Newton Co., Lawrence, 601-917-4978. Smithville, 662-315-0983.
Canton, 601-859-6558. Alicia Bermuda grass, square bales,
FARM LAND FRUITS, NUTS & BERRIES $3.25; Bahia grass, $3., will load; Large round bales of high quality
Lafayette Co., 85 acres on CR 251 off Round bales of Bahia grass, $25., all mixed grass hay, stored in barn, $30
Hwy. 30E, 1,000 sq. ft. cabin, work-
FOR RENT OR LEASE fert., & cured w/o rain. Scott Co., per roll. Claiborne Co., Port Gibson,
shop, ponds, timber, hunting, 13 mi. Dry peanuts, machine harvested, Forest, 601-469-4196. 601-437-6248.
from Ole Miss sports, $199,000. Lee Co., 20 acres in 9 yr. old pines to machine cleaned, $12 per bushel.
Oxford, 662-234-7123. rent for baling pine straw, 35 mi. east Mitchell Farm, Covington Co., Collins, Alicia Bermuda horse hay in square Large round (5x6) bales of Bahia grass,
of Amory. Tupelo, 662-680-4753 after 6 601-765-8609. bales, $4; Mixed grass hay in square $20 per bale, heavily sprayed/fertilize.
Hinds Co., 83 +/- acres on corner of p.m. bales, $3. Simpson Co., Magee, 601- Jefferson Davis Co., Bassfield, 601-943-
Hwy. 18 & Tom Collins Road, $3,000 Black walnuts, 2005 crop, still in hull, 849-3210. 5443.
per acre, minimum 25 +/- acres at $2.50 per lb. plus shipping. Alcorn Co.,
$4,200 per acre. Brandon, 601-540- Attala Co., 180 acres hunting lease, Rienzi, 662-462-8475. Alicia Bermuda horse hay, top quality Highly fert., weed free, Tifton 44
0034. deer/turkey, on Hwy. 14 East, $10 per square bales, $4 per bale, loading avail- Bermuda, square bales in the barn, $4
acre. Ethel, 662-674-5108. able for flat beds w/tractor. John per bale, 10-bale minimum.
Simpson Co., 25 acre horse farm, FEED & HAY Littich, Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825- Washington Co., Greenville, 662-820-
2,300+ sq. ft. like new brick home, Webster Co., 311 acres for hunting 5350. 5401.
large barn, arena, round pen, sheds, lease, located in Eupora, w/fire lanes, Top quality Alicia Bermuda hay, very
pasture, timber, small house, old 100 acres located in Fame Community, high protein, limed & fert., 2005 cut- Square bales of horse quality Bermuda, Tifton 44 Bermuda hay, $3.50 per bale,
chicken house, $295,000. Mendenhall, also w/fire lanes, $5 per acre. Eupora, ting, $4 in barn. Pearl River Co., sprayed & fert., $3.50 in barn. Grenada high quality, weed free. Leake Co.,
601-847-3740. 662-258-6557. Poplarville, 601-299-0256. Co., Grenada, 662-226-8766. Carthage, 601-298-9009.
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2005 crop, 5x5 round bales of mixed Angel trumpet seed, 10 for $4; Double Mizer sawmill, $160/1,000 bd. ft. es, 10’ centered, $3,500 each. Smith Reg. Maltese, Cocker Spaniels, Yorkies,
grass hay stored in barn, $25 each; white or purple, 10 for $5; Pink 4 Stephen Prewitt, Webster Co., Eupora, Co., Raleigh, 601-374-0510. Basset Hounds, Shih-Tzus, Papillons
Square bales $3 each. Hinds Co., O’clock seed, 20 for $4; Spider lily seed, 662-258-2734. or other dogs of breeding age to raise
Clinton, 601-924-3254. 20 for $4. Scott Co., Forest, 601-625- Custom build horse barns, hay barns, on farm. Guy Foster, Marion Co.,
0110. Wood-Mizer bandsawed lumber, 50¢ other farm buildings, wood or steel Improve, 601-731-9706.
Fresh cut hay, cut approx. on Oct. 15, bd. ft. & up; Cypress lumber favailable framing, also build pipe catch pens,
2005, 100-200 (800-900 lb.) round Variety of 5 heirloom daffodils, mixed at 95¢ bd. ft./up; Will custom saw your prices starting $2,500., call for other Chocolate female Pomeranian, reason-
bales of Bahia/Fescue, pick up in field, 3/$10; Southern red spider lilies, 5/$10; logs, $200/1,000 bd. ft. Leake Co., price quotes. Simpson Co., Magee, 601- ably priced. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-649-
$20/bale negotiable. Lauderdale Co., Mixed daffodils, 10/$10 plus shipping. Carthage, 601-267-8839. 849-4566. 5839.
Meridian, 601-479-3110. Adams Co., Natchez, 601-445-2270.
750’ of cherry lumber, $600. Choctaw Several sheets of tin, 23’ long, $15 per Female Rottweiler that you no longer
Bermuda/Dallis firmly packed square Rosemary, gardenia, snowball, Co., Eupora, 662-258-8532. sheet; 2x6’s, $2.50 each. Newton Co., want or don’t have room for, I will give
bales, $2.50 per bale at barn. Clay Co., Carolina allspice, pink hibiscus, catal- Conehatta, 601-635-3483. her a good home in the country, must
West Point, 662-494-1132. pa, any 3/$12 postage paid, mail order Custom & grade sawed lumber & nov- be gentle nature. DeSoto Co.,
only, Make Mine Mississippi Member. elty wood, green & air dried (moisture Steel Master building kit, 30’ wide x 70’ Hernando, 662-429-7915.
5x5 round bales of Bahia grass hay, will Padgett, 227 Padgett Road, Magee meter tested), generous species selec- long x 14’ high, great for workshop or
load, 2005 cutting, $12 per bale. North 39111. Simpson County. tion, 50¢/bd. ft. & up, planing avail- storage, new in shipping container, can
Rankin Co., Lena, 601-854-6004. able. Amite Co., Summit, 601-567- deliver, $15,000 OBO. Rankin Co., LIVESTOCK WANTED
“Camarosa” strawberry plants, 9914. Brandon, 601-209-1804.
$10/100; Daylilies, forsythia, Potbelly R & R receiving sows &
SYRUP, CANE, HONEY, hydrangea, in gal. pots, $1 each. Treated pine beveled siding, 65¢ LF. Lots of wood for building, need per- neutered boars. Hancock Co.,
BEES & EQUIPMENT Marion Co., Sumrall, 601-736-3588. Cedar planed, from 65¢ LF; KD oak, son(s) to take very old house apart for Picayune, 228-255-9638.
poplar, other species from $1.50 BF; equal share of the wood, located in
Spider lily bulbs, 2 for $1; Amaryllis KD cypress beveled siding, from 75¢ Webster Co., near Maben. Washington
Syrup varieties, 52-48 & 67-500 for bulbs, red & orange, $2.50 each. Welsh type pony for small child w/o
LF. Pike Co., McComb, 601-249-2936. Co., Leland, 662-686-9117. riding experience, must be gentle. West
seed or making syrup, 25¢ per stalk, Rankin Co., Florence, 601-845-7261.
will negotiate on price on large quanti- Monroe, LA, 318-329-5475.
Will custom saw your logs at your site 2- 40’ x 450’ broiler houses to be
ties. Jefferson Davis Co., Prentiss, 601- or mine, full time, $200/1,000 bd. ft.
FERTILIZERS, MULCH moved, 4x4 treated posts, 2x6 rafters, Brahman heifers, weaning age to
672-7493. Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601-687- 4- lines of Brower feeders, feed bins,
& GROUND COVER 1507. fans, etc., $5,000 each house. Wayne
breeding age. Union Co., New Albany,
Pure raw honey, locally made by our 662-534-6827.
bees, great help in preventing allergies, Co., Waynesboro, 601-735-2306.
Wood shavings, $3/tax per 45-50 lb. POSTS & FENCING Mule broke to work, must be 65”-66”,
$4/pint; $7/quart; $20/gallon, located
bag, perfect for landscaping, conve- New 10” perilings, random lengths,
1 mi. from the Jackson Airport. Rankin prefer blonde or light sorrel color.
niently located Downtown Jackson, half price $1.25 per ft. Warren Co.,
Co., Pearl, 601-936-4001. 100- 6’ locust posts, $200. Prentiss Co., Tishomingo Co., Belmont, 662-454-
2913 North West Street. Hinds Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-6292 nights.
Booneville, 662-728-3455. 9703.
5- long rows of Louisiana Variety sugar Jackson, 601-362-5333.
4- Hired Hand fabric roll-up doors, 12’
cane, good for syrup or seed, 25¢ per Cattle gaps: 13’ 8” x 7’- $650; 14’ x 7’-
Erosion hay, $1.50 per bale. John x 11’, $300. Walthall Co., Tylertown, LIVESTOCK HANDLING &
stalk. Attala Co., Goodman, 662-468- $750; 14’ x 8’- $850; 15’ 6” x 5’ 6”-
Littich, Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825- 601-876-3540.
5350. $500. Pike Co., Summit, 601-684-4540. TACK EQUIPMENT WANTED
Metal roofing, brand new, never used,
Pure honey, direct from flower to you, Construction/mulch/erosion hay, baled Cedar posts, 7’ long, $5 each & up. 48- sheets of premium 26-gauge Dog kennels, 6’ x 6’, height 35” & up.
$22 per gal. (pickup), $30 per gal. in 2005, tightly baled & on pallets, over Hinds Co., Pocahontas, 601-982-2903. w/accessories, bronze color, 25 yr. war- Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825-3947.
postage paid; Quart comb honey, $10 600- square bales, $2 per bale. Walthall ranty, 24’ x 3’, $3,000. Marion Co.,
(no shipping). Yazoo Co., Yazoo City, Co., Tylertown, 601-876-3925 leave Poles: 6” x 16’- $25; 6” x 12’- $15; 6” x
Columbia, 601-736-6217 leave mes- Creep feeder on wheels. Calhoun Co.,
662-746-6004. message. 20’- $40; 6” x 8’- $10; 6” x 10’- $12.50.
sage. Water Valley, 662-413-4175.
Greene Co., McLain, 601-753-2687.
Sugar cane, good for chewing or seed, Pine straw, big bales, premium quality, Steel trusses, new, 50’- $260; 40’- $190; Potbelly R & R needs dog houses, cor-
$1 per stalk, discount on more than 10- $4.50 per bale, delivery also available. Cattle gap, 12’ 8” x 6’ 6”, $300. Attala
30’- $160; 20’- $110., can deliver. ner posts & bedding. Hancock Co.,
stalks. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601- Madison Co., Madison, 601-720-2886. Co., Kosciusko, 662-289-5465.
Newton Co., Lake, 601-775-3467. Picayune, 228-255-9638 nights.
Mulch hay in square bales, $1.50 per Cattle gap, heavy duty, 20’ x 6 1/2”,
Metal roofing & metal building compo-
bale at barn. Clay Co., West Point, 662- w/folding ends, $600. Hinds Co., 2-horse bumper pull trailer, doesn’t
TREES, VINES & SHRUBS 494-1132. Bolton, 601-852-5218.
nents, prime 29 gauge starting at $44
need to be fancy, will use to haul emus.
per square, call for current pricing;
Bamboo Emu Farm, Lauderdale Co.,
Cattle gap, portable, 13’ wide x 20’ Custom built steel building, starting at
Trees: maple, holly & mulberry; Meridian, 601-693-1108 ask for Peg.
$2,395. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-
Shrubs: forsythia, hawthorn, rose of
Sharon, single & double, nandine,
FARM BUILDINGS, long, will carry load of heavy farm
equip., $650; Personal cattle gap for 833-7181.
2-4 horse gooseneck trailer w/sleeping
bridal spirea, weigeia, euonymus, $4
each; Baby roses, $6 each. Itawamba
MATERIALS, 4-wheelers, 4’ wide x 8’ long, $150.
Webster Co., Eupora, 662-552-2725. Chicken house to be moved, 40’ x 400’ quarters, nothing fancy, but in exc.
condition & reasonably priced. Lincoln
plus half of 40’ x 400’ chicken house,
Co., Tupelo, 662-862-2575. & SUPPLIES 10’ x 20’ dog pen, 6’ tall, $300. Rankin $12,000., includes used equipment, Co., Brookhaven, 601-833-5345.
All items listed under the this catego- Co., Richland, 601-933-0077 ask for write to: Bill Diehl, 377 Hwy. 532, Mt.
Red climbing honeysuckle, orange or ry must be farm/agriculture related. All Olive 39119. Covington County.
yellow trumpet vine, purple wisteria, David. Used 4-horse walker, working or not.
items must be offered for sale or their
any 3/$12 postage paid, mail order services offered by persons in Lumber torn down from chicken Alcorn Co., Corinth, 662-286-0181.
only, Make Mine Mississippi Member. Mississippi actually engaged in farming. Cedar posts, $1; 8’ cedar split rails,
$4.50; 10’ cedar split rails, $5.50. house: 2x4’s, 12’ long, $1 each; 4x4
Padgett, 227 Padgett Road, Magee Only in-state residents are allowed to posts, 10’ long, $6 each. Scott Co.,
39111. Simpson County. advertise within this category. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-681- EQUIPMENT TRAILERS &
4495. Forest, 601-625-8669.
Premier, Britewell, Tiffblue, Climax
LUMBER FOR SALE
blueberry plants in full gallon pots,
booking now for fall planting, $3 each & CUSTOM SAWING FARM BUILDINGS FARM WANTS Slightly used small hyd. dump trailer
if all taken. Itawamba Co., Fulton, 662- & MATERIALS All items listed under the this catego- in Southern MS area. Pearl River Co.,
862-3790. ry must be farm/agriculture related. Poplarville, 601-795-9190. Email: cgas-
Treated lumber: 6x6x16- $30; 8x8x16- Out-of-state residents are allowed to
5- 40’ x 450’ broiler houses w/metal email@example.com
$75; 8x8x12- $55; 6x6x12- $20; 6x6x14- advertise in this category.
Yellow rose of Texas, $3; Blueberry $25; 4x4x12- $10. Greene Co., McLain, trusses, in good cond., to be torn down
bushes, $2; Twisted willow, $4; Cypress, & moved, $10,000 each. Simpson Co., Gooseneck trailer, 20’-24’ long, 8’ wide,
$5., all in pots. Rankin Co., Florence, Pinola, 601-847-2893. FLOWERS, TREES, w/2- axles & elec. brakes, reasonably
601-845-7261. priced. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-844-7760.
Turn your logs into lumber, your loca-
I-beam, 20’ 6” x 10”, $125. Attala Co.,
& SEEDS WANTED
tion or mine, prices starting at $180
OTHER PLANTS & SEEDS per 1,000 bd. ft., over 25 yrs. experi- Kosciusko, 662-289-5465.
ence sawing. Ray Harris, Clarke Co., Bamboo roots that will grow fishing HEAVY MACHINERY &
Shubuta, 601-776-2322. 1- 40’ x 420’ poultry house, built in poles about 15’ tall. Adams Co., EQUIPMENT WANTED
Unlabeled daylilies, Fall sale, $1 per 1995, on 4’ x 6’ treated studs, 280 Natchez, 601-445-9499.
plant, plus $5 postage for the first 20 Rough sawed lumber, cedar 50¢ per bd. pieces of 3’ x 24’ tin, you tear down &
plants, bonus plants shipped w/each ft; Walnut, starting at $1 per bd. ft. move, $10,000. Leake Co., Lena, 601- Bulldozer for farm use, must be ready
order. Reidis Nash, 1483 Hwy. 51 654-9364.
DOGS WANTED to use, prefer small or medium size but
Noxubee Co., Macon, 662-549-9877.
North, Winona 38967. Ph: 662-283- would consider large one, north half of
5361. Have your logs sawed at your place, Chicken houses to be moved, 40’ x Toy Fox Terrier dog(s), must not MS only. Union Co., New Albany, 662-
$180x1,000 2”; $200x1,000 1”, some 375’, 2’ x 6’ prefab trusses on 5’ cen- mature over 6 lbs., must be registered. 489-3874.
Large white daffodils w/large yellow pine & oak on hand. Yazoo Co., Yazoo ters, 3’ x 24’ tin, $11 per lineal ft. Scott Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825-3947.
center, blooms early & lasts a long City, 662-746-7917. Co., Sebastopol, 601-625-8985. JD 450 bulldozer for parts, in any con-
time, will bloom this year, $5/dozen Beagle female, small type, straight rab- dition. Folsom, LA, 985-796-9681.
plus $5 shipping. Webster Co., Eupora, Custom sawing service, I will come to 4- 40’ x 300’ poultry houses to be bit dog, reasonably priced. Jefferson
662-258-3490. your site & saw your logs w/Wood- moved, to the ground, barn type truss- Davis Co., Prentiss, 601-792-5941.
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Self starter person for farm road main- Garrard Stables, full care boarding, & white, $3,000 OBO or swap for
FIELD EQUIPMENT POULTRY & EGGS WANTED tenance, shop work, tractor driver, new barn w/12 x 12 matted stalls, 66’ 4-wheeler of equal value. Covington
& PARTS WANTED $7.50 hr. full or part time, small fur- round pen & 132’ x 66’ arena, located Co., Seminary, 601-543-8282.
Dominecker rooster. Pike Co., nished house & garden available, great in Western Madison Co., $350 per
McComb, 601-783-3121. country living. Lawrence Co., Wesson, month. Madison Co., Jackson, 601- 1985 Born Free 24’ motor home,
Reasonably priced good operating 3PH
601-587-4452. 506-0565. w/diesel eng., oak cabinets, TV/VCR,
hyd. bank cutter or ditch cutter,
microwave, bath/shower, generator,
whichever you want to call it, must be POULTRY Adult needed for general farm work, Why board your horse to someone else $11,000 OBO or swap for 50 HP tractor
in operating cond., will buy or trade. EQUIPMENT WANTED when you can rent the boarding facili-
mostly w/horses, including feeding & & equipment. Amite Co., Liberty, 601-
Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-844- ty & board horses for your friends?
stalls, some experience needed, located 657-8631.
7478. $1,250 per month. Rankin Co.,
Automatic generator, 45 KW or larger, in the Bogalusa/Crossroads area. Pearl
Reasonably priced good running diesel prefer diesel. Simpson Co., Magee, 601- River Co., Picayune, 601-772-9933. Brandon, 601-613-6149. MCI bus, reduced price, conversion
eng. for 885 David Brown tractor. 849-3210. started, $9,000 or swap for Dodge ext.
Someone who is able to operate Horsemanship lessons for youth & cab truck w/turbo diesel. Rankin Co.,
Neshoba Co., Union, 601-656-2485. adults, show or recreation, private,
machinery such as bulldozers, track- Pelahatchie, 601-927-0227.
Used Triple H brand hay spear/ring
PROPERTY WANTED hoe & tractors, knowledge of mechan- patient instruction, consultant,
mover, made in Readyville, TN, within ics/welding is a plus, CDL’s also a big Certified Purina Equine Advisor since 2- 2 yr. old black-brown nose mules,
75 mi. of Tupelo. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662- Buy land or timber within 100 mi. of plus. Newton Co., Newton, 601-917- 1984, open show judge, references. have been worked 6- times, gentle,
840-9775. Hattiesburg. Perry Co., New Augusta, 4530. Alice Rachal, Pearl River Co., make 1,200 lb. mules, $2,000 or swap
601-964-3662. Poplarville, 601-795-6255. for gooseneck stock trailer.
JD 420S tractor for parts, must have I have fence rows to clean up & put Tishomingo Co., Belmont, 662-454-
good serial plate. Itawamba Co., 15-50 acres in Pelahatchie for quiet & down either barbed wire or field fenc- Obedience training for young or prob- 9703.
Fulton, 662-862-5402. Email: secluded home site. Rankin Co., Pearl, ing. Jackson Co., Hurley, 228-588- lem dogs from 9 wks. old to 1 yr. old, 20
firstname.lastname@example.org 601-260-3008. 6463. yrs. experience handling dogs, using Ford 6600 tractor, in exc. cond., eng.
firm but gentle techniques. Lawrence completely rebuilt & brought to stan-
11’-13’ disk & harrow in good condi- Adult needed for farm work, mostly Co., Jayess, 1-888-876-4666. dard, new tires, $9,500 or swap for
tion. Amite Co., Osyka, 601-783-6625.
HUNTING, FISHING & w/horses, including exercising, feeding 40-50 HP tractor of equal value.
CAMPING ITEMS WANTED & stalls, some experience w/horses Squirrel season will be here soon, dogs Marion Co., Foxworth, 601-736-6760.
Old JD farm tractor dead or alive, with- needed. Lamar Co., Hattiesburg, 601- trained for upcoming season, $400
in 100 mi. of coast. Grand Bay, AL, 251- 264-3751. Feist, $450 Curs. Covington Co., Mt. 4- Reg. Paso Fino horses, swap for 2-
All hunting land destroyed by Olive, 601-797-4726.
865-4357. Hurricane Katrina, I have squirrel dogs western pleasure QH’s. Bolivar Co.,
Seeking sober person to work on cat- Cleveland, 662-843-9714.
& would be glad to take you, your fam- PS Quarter Horse & Cattle Farm
3PH backhoe attachment for 65 HP tle/horse operation in Smith Co., must
ily or hunting club members hunting. breaking/training, problem horses wel-
tractor, in good condition. Jefferson be willing to work & have experience 5 mo. old Jack Russell male puppy, $60
Pearl River Co., Poplarville, 601-795- come, training for calf roping, team
Davis Co., Sumrall, 601-943-6516. w/livestock & machinery, salary nego- or swap for Reg. Rat Terrier. Perry Co.,
9321. roping, cattle sorting & trail riding,
tiable. Smith Co., Mize, 601-946-6495. Beaumont, 601-753-2710.
Good engine or rebuildable gas eng. for over 30 yrs. experience. Franklin Co.,
Old guns, working or not, war relics Smithdale, 601-567-2245.
INT 504 tractor. Yalobusha Co., 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4x4, 6 cyl.,
wanted. Pike Co., Osyka, 601-542-5237 FARM WORK WANTED auto., new tires, cold A/C, all power, in
good cond., $1,950 or swap for
Front-end loader to fit Ford 4600 or
6600 tractor, also hood & grill for early
Buy ATV’s, reasonably priced or in need
Bush-hog blades hammered out, $12 &
up per pair. Lauderdale Co., Meridian,
SWAP/EXCHANGE 4-wheeler of equal value. Rankin Co.,
of repair. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, All items listed under the this catego- Brandon, 601-331-4179.
model Ford 2000 tractor. Lee Co., 601-483-7025. ry must be farm/agriculture related.
Tupelo, 662-844-7760. You must swap/exchange a farm/agri- Yamaha Banshee, cut fenders, drag
Tractor work, bulldozer, trackhoe, culture item for a farm/agriculture pipes, extended swing arm, many extra
1995-2005 4x4 4-wheeler. Simpson
10’ disk or bigger; Working grain drill backhoe, dump trucks, hauling, site item. Only in-state residents are allowed parts, $2,000 or swap for 4x4 4-wheel-
Co., Pinola, 601-847-4812.
or one that can be repaired; Roller har- preparation, clearing, demolition, to advertise within this category. er. Wilkinson Co., Crosby, 601-639-
row. Walthall Co., Jayess, 601-876- excavation, ditches, ponds, driveways, 7098.
3276. MISCELLANEOUS foundations, fill dirt, clay-gravel, sand, Reg. AQHA & APHA horses, some
topsoil, limestone, free estimates. w/babies, bred & unbred, most are rid- 10 yr. old green broke QH, not regis-
FARM WANTS Newton Co., Newton, 601-917-4530. able, prices start at $1,000 for swap for tered, sorrel gelding, built like ranch
MISCELLANEOUS cattle. Amite Co., Centreville, 601-645- or roping horse, fast, $800 or swap for
EQUIPMENT WANTED Used set of Towncraft cookware in good Will build 5-strand 12 1/2” ga. barbed 6565. 1 or 2 horse trailer. Rankin Co.,
condition. Union Co., New Albany, 662- wire fence w/steel T posts spaced 10’ Brandon, 601-454-9118.
534-6827. $1.50/ft. on your cleared property line 16’ metal top gooseneck trailer, swap
Fuel tank, “L” shaped alum., w/12-volt for 16’-18’ metal top bumper pull trail-
in southern counties. Pearl River Co., San Juan buck rabbit, 6 mos. old, swap
pump, 90-110 gal. capacity. Pike Co., Small butane gas stove & used kitchen er. Madison Co., Ridgeland, 601-856-
Poplarville, 601-795-2961. for young Florida Cotton Tail doe rab-
Summit, 601-684-4540. cabinets. Leake Co., Carthage, 601- 3100. bit. Pike Co., Magnolia, 601-542-5509.
267-3355. Dump truck hauling: dirt, Clay gravel,
Reasonably priced cane mill to restore. Camelot sleigh bed, black w/gold-
limestone, topsoil, driveways, etc.; Beagle rabbit dogs, swap for wood split-
Marion Co., Kokomo, 601-736-1680. Wood burning heater w/blower, must flecked steel accents & graceful rope
Tractor work: bush-hogging, box blade, ter w/Briggs & Stratton motor. Wayne
be in new or very good cond., to be front loader, disking, within 50 mi. design, full size $180 or swap for farm Co., Waynesboro, 601-735-4413.
Old grist mill or old mill stones, any equipment. Marion Co., Kokomo, 601-
size. Demopolis, AL, 334-289-8906. used in home. Madison Co., Canton, radius of Jackson. Hinds Co.,
601-859-8180. Raymond, 601-954-8903. 441-9739.
CB’s or CB amps, beams, rotors, towers All types of farm repair, from fence Reg. APHA & AQHA mares w/babies & POULTRY
Generator, 5,000 watts min. or combi- bred back, many to choose from, prices Any fowl advertised in this category
nation generator/welder. Rankin Co., or any other CB accessories. Simpson building to fence clearing, also all types
starting at $1,000 or swap for cattle of must be raised on your farm and your
Pearl, 601-939-6177. Co., Pinola, 601-847-4812. of barn repair, within 100 mi. radius of advertisement must have the following
Jones Co., free quotes. Jones Co., equal value. Amite Co., Centreville,
statement along with a signature:
Old steam pressure cooker w/slotted Laurel, 601-319-7084. 601-810-4912. “These were raised on my farm and I am
TRUCKS, ACCESSORIES, lid, must hold at least 10 gal. of water. not a dealer, buyer, seller or business
Adams Co., Natchez, 601-445-9499. Will set & sharpen Wood-Mizer & Umbrella cockatoo & Indian Ringneck person engaged in trade. Only in-state
& PARTS WANTED parrots w/cages, $900 or swap for 2 residents are allowed to advertise with-
other bandsaw blades, $6 per blade plus
shipping. Yalobusha Co., Water Valley, miniature mares or 2 Yorkie puppies. in this category.
Bed for 1998 Chev. truck, SWB w/tail-
gate, reasonable. Leake Co., Kosciusko,
EMPLOYMENT 662-473-4393 after 5 p.m. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-844-1789.
Notices are accepted for agricultural AQHA 4 yr. old gelding, finished for
662-289-7622. work only. Notices are not accepted for Stump grinding work, taking jobs now.
housework, nursing, or companionship Hinds Co., Byram, 601-371-2893. reining, gentle, $5,000 OBO or swap
Flatbed w/headache rack to fit 1995 needs. Only in-state residents are for nice reining or cutting bred mare of 100- chickens, $1.50 each. Smith Co.,
GMC 1-ton truck. Leake Co., Carthage, allowed to advertise within this category. equal value. Carroll Co., Carrollton, Raleigh, 601-269-3202.
Forestry mowing (up to 6” in diam.)
601-267-6876. bush-hogging, erosion control, 662-237-6313 nights.
20- pullets, 4- roosters, commercial
Reliable used truck to use for work, FARM HELP WANTED downed tree cleanup, within 100 mi.
Lauderdale Co., 21 acres - virgin tim- White Leggings, just beginning to lay,
radius of Clinton. Hinds Co., Clinton, selling for health reasons, $100 for all.
prefer around $500 or less, will consid- 601-924-9091. ber, 4/3 log home, 3,000 sq. ft. under
er up to $1,000. Carroll Co., Need person(s) to take very old house roof w/900 sq. ft. of porches/decks, Yazoo Co., Yazoo City, 662-746-4903
Carrollton, 662-237-6969. Email: apart for equal share of the wood, $350,000 or swap for Gulf Coast prop- after 6 p.m.
email@example.com located in Webster Co., near Maben. LIVESTOCK erty. Meridian, 601-693-1110.
Washington Co., Leland, 662-686- 11- pretty little mixed breed Bantam
Western Hauler body or flatbed body 9117.
BOARDING & HANDLING CKC Reg. German Shepherd male, chickens, April 2005 hatch, now laying,
for 1995 Ford F-350 dually. Hinds Co., red/sable, big dog, gentle, good watch- $4 each. Smith Co., Mt. Olive, 601-733-
Byram, 601-373-9896. Honest, part time caretaker, prefer Silver Creek Equestrian Club has 2 full dog, 2 1/2 yrs. old, swap for gun or Pit 2774.
misplaced, retiree(s), 3 bdrm. mobile service stalls available, covered/lighted of equal value. Franklin Co., McCall
Front and/or back fenders for 1955- home on 200+ acres available, some 100x200 arena, 240 acres riding trails, Creek, 601-823-4212. Barred Rocks, 6 mos. old, ready to lay,
1957 Chev. SWB truck, rust free. hunting (deer/turkey) & fishing rights, round pen, all disciplines welcome. $9 each; Young Black Australorps, $2 &
Choctaw Co., Ackerman, 662-285- rent according to qualifications. Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-8988. 2- SSHBEA stud colts, 1- 14 mos. old, up. Simpson Co., Magee, 601-849-
7073. Webster Co., Eupora, 662-258-8645. Website: www.silvercreekarena.com black/white, 1- 19 mos. old, palomino 6069.
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7- Cornish game roosters, 6 mos. old, Quaker male w/cage, $75. Warren Co., Antique mansion bed, oak, $750;
$2 each. Rankin Co., Florence, 601- UNCLASSIFIED Vicksburg, 601-638-4951. Antique oak dining room table w/4 CRAFTS & WOODWORK
845-7261. chairs, table has leaves stored inside,
Guineas, $6 each. Chickasaw Co., White Mute swans, 2005 hatch, nice chairs have fabric covered bottoms, Beautiful new cedar swing, never has
Assorted Bantam (banty) chickens, $3- Okolona, 662-447-2720. birds, $500 per pair. Pearl River Co., $875. Lawrence Co., Silver Creek, 601- been exposed to the weather, paid
$5 each. Wayne Co., Buckatunna, 601- Picayune, 601-798-3244. 886-7603. $100., asking $75. Montgomery Co.,
648-9201. 2- parakeets, 1- solid white, 1- green, Winona, 662-283-5361.
$15 for pair or $10 each; 1- large cage, Beautiful Lorykeet, already talks, bird, Aladdin lamps, beautiful, functional,
Blue Cochin Bantams, $5 each. Rankin $20., 1- small cage, $7., or all for $40. cage & all accessories $300. Scott Co., clean burning oil or electric, antiques Handmade walking sticks & hiking
Co., Pearl, 601-936-4001. Neshoba Co., Philadelphia, 601-656- Lake, 601-775-3273 ask for Charlotte. & new reproductions, all original sticks, 50 to choose from, $10-$100
5068. Aladdin parts & service dealer, $125 & each. Forrest Co., Petal, 601-582-5482.
Rhode Island Red chickens, just started Hand fed baby parrots: cockatiels, up. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662-323-
laying, $6 each. Chickasaw Co., Guineas, pearl gray, pied, $2 each, Ringnecks, Quakers, Amazons, some 4524.
Houston, 662-456-2292. Duct tape purses, handmade, an assort-
cash. Webster Co., Eupora, 662-258- already talking, also pairs & adults: ment of colors, great Christmas gifts,
6834. conures, cockatiels, Quakers, Antique farmers sink, single bowl, $10 each. Clay Co., Cedar Bluff, 662-
Young laying hens, lay big brown eggs,
Ringnecks, Greys, Amazons, cockatoos drain board, $350; 4’ claw foot, $900., 494-5832.
$7 each, roosters for free, Partridge Quail, $2.50 dressed, $2.25 live. Clay & macaws, $35-$1,200. Chickasaw Co., both refinished to mint cond., more to
Rocks, Black Giants, Columbian Co., West Point, 662-494-6907. Houston, 662-456-0142. choose or bring your own to refinish. Cypress: swings w/chains & gliders
Wyandottes, White Wyandottes, Red
Lawrence Co., Monticello, 601-587- from $119; Rockers & adirondacks
Star, Black Star, Barred Rocks. Prentiss Peacocks, Indigo blue & white, $35. 9436. from $129; Baby swings w/chains $55;
Co., Booneville, 1-662-728-9765. Noxubee Co., Mashulaville, 662-726- BIRD CAGES,
Children’s rockers $65. Pike Co.,
Chickens, $5 each. Carroll Co.,
5697. ACCESSORIES/EQUIPMENT Recliners & file cabinets, $20. Hinds McComb, 601-249-2936.
Co., Terry, 601-878-2480.
Carrollton, 662-237-4411. Umbrella cockatoo & Indian Ringneck
Electric water cool debecker for chick- Cedar & cypress adirondack chairs,
parrots w/cages, $900. Lee Co., Tupelo, Iron bed, $75; Ice tongs, $35. Coahoma
Old English Bantams, superior quality ens & birds, $100. Itawamba Co., rustic & driftwood furniture, $100 &
662-844-1789. Co., Rena Lara, 662-624-5660.
show stock, blacks only, $10/pair, will Tupelo, 662-862-2575. up; Pie safes, $400. Rankin Co.,
be very small type Bantams, cash only. Brandon, 601-919-2049.
Guineas, almost grown, $3.50. Greene Antique cards - gifts in envelopes, lam-
Smith Co., Taylorsville, 601-785-6982. Bird cages, accessories, equipment &
Co., Richton, 601-989-2347 after 7 inated copies of antique postcards of
p.m. chicken nest pads, 25¢ each. Marion Squirrel & bird feeders, bluebird &
W. A. Kelso brood stag, $60; Dan Gray New Orleans, trains-tracks-stations,
Co., Sumrall, 601-736-3588. wren boxes, flower trellis, wood duck
Kelso brood cock, $70; Hatch brood Navy, street cars, historical plus others,
2 yr. old male white peacock, $75; 14 boxes & other woodwork $5 & up.
hens, $50 each; Lacy brood hens, $35 each packet $7.95. Hinds Co., Clinton,
white/peach doves w/large cage, $75. 2- large incubators, $150 each. Grenada Co., Grenada, 662-226-3656.
each. Simpson Co., Mendenhall, 601- 601-924-8303.
Stone Co., Wiggins, 601-528-0913. Marshall Co., Holly Springs, 662-564-
847-0795. 3548. Hickory bend rockers, $97; Baskets,
Ancient terracotta Holy Land oil lamps,
Yellow double headed Amazon, 6 mos. 100 BC - 100 AD, 3 1/2” long, $50; $6-$12; Doll cradles, $20; Oatmeal,
4- Rhode Island Red roosters, $5 each. Used bird cages, several sizes, prices honey, glycerin, moisturizing soaps,
Marshall Co., Holly Springs, 662-564- old, hand fed, very tame & talking, Widow’s mite coins, $35., certificates of
$900. Scott Co., Morton, 601-732- from $10-$450. Chickasaw Co., authenticity. Newton Co., Decatur, $1.60 per 4 oz. bar. Emanuel
3548. Houston, 662-456-0142. Gingerich, 1038 Houpt Road, Pontotoc
8539. 601-635-3327. Website:
http//www.ancientauthenticartifacts.com 38863. Pontotoc County.
Old English game bantams, rare vari-
eties, most out of champions, $30/pair; Bobwhite quail, $2.50., dressed quail EGGS
$2.85. Carroll Co., North Carrollton, Five slot (cans not bottles) upright Coke Collection of Hull pottery, $60 & up.
Sebrights, $100/pair; Japanese,
662-237-6247 after 5 p.m. machine, not working but fixable, $150 Franklin Co., McCall Creek, 601-833-
$200/pair. Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-
Jumbo Wisconsin quail eggs, 10¢ each, firm. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-835- 0838.
Approximately 750- 1 yr. old Bobwhite no shipping, call to place order. Lamar 2208.
Roosters, 1- Black Australorp, 1- quail breeders, $2.25 each. Winston Co., Sumrall, 601-268-7683.
Co., Louisville, 662-773-8430. Dining set, seats 6, w/buffet, solid oak,
Araucana & 1- Red Feather Footed, $5
each. Simpson Co., Mendenhall, 601- Fresh country eggs, white & brown $950 cash only. Simpson Co., INSERTS &, HEATERS
847-6962. Bobwhite quail, $2.50; Ringneck shells, $1 per dozen, no shipping. Mendenhall, 601-849-4103 after 7:30
pheasants, $35., selling due to hurri- Alcorn Co., Rienzi, 662-462-8475. p.m. Large King wood burner heater
cane. Hancock Co., Kiln, 228-493-
TURKEYS, DUCKS & GEESE 1325. 1- electric hospital bed, $150; 1- bar for
w/blower, heater is porcelain on out-
Turkeys, $10-$12 each depending on
FARM HOME hospital bed, $50; 1- air mattress, $25.
side, in good cond., $150. Choctaw Co.,
Parakeets, most colors, $7 each; Grenada Co., Grenada, 662-226-2358.
age. Chickasaw Co., Okolona, 662-447-
Finches/variety, $10 & up. Hinds Co., MISCELLANEOUS Ashley wood heater, used 2 mos., paid
Terry, 601-346-4650. All items listed under the this catego- 9- beautiful antique Gone With The Wind
$650., asking $350. Tishomingo Co.,
ry must be farm/agriculture related. lamps, pretty colors, all different, in per-
Flying Mallard ducks, ready for pond, Parakeets, Split/Blue Quaker, Bourke, Burnsville, 662-427-8274.
Dealers, brokers or businesses are not fect cond., $35-$285. Smith Co.,
hens $8 each, drakes $7 each. Indian Ringneck, Budgies, Finches, allowed to advertise. Only in-state resi- Sylvarena, 601-789-5137.
Lawrence Co., New Hebron, 601-694- Zebra, Society, Diamond, Firetail, dents are allowed to advertise within Sierra wood heater w/glass to see fire,
2743. breeders: Indian Ringneck, Rosella, this category. Oak display case, 6’ long, w/metal feet, very heavy metal, $200; Box stove
African Grey, Umbrella, Sulfa Crested restored to beautiful cond., $250; heater w/2 opening covers, used twice,
Turkeys, farm grown, $15 each or $25 cockatooo, $8 & up. Pike Co., Osyka, Display shelves from 1910 drug store, $100 cash only. Lawrence Co., Jayess,
per pair. Stone Co., Perkinston, 601- ANTIQUES & FURNITURE 601-587-7319.
601-542-3252. 1- section, in fair cond., $100. Choctaw
928-3552. Co., Ackerman, 662-285-7073.
Red golden pheasants, $5 each. Entertainment center, cherry wood, 2 gas wall heaters, Van-Guard brand,
3- pair of grown bronze turkeys, $40 Itawamba Co., Fulton, 662-585-4285. holds 27” TV, one end swings out for 3 burner, 1 w/thermostat $175., 1 w/o
per pair. Pearl River Co., Picayune, DVD/CD storage, other end has glass COOKBOOKS & RECIPES thermostat $100. Oktibbeha Co.,
601-799-2201. Scarlet macaws, 4 mos. old, $1,000 door w/5- shelves for stereo compo- Starkville, 662-324-7993.
each; Zebra finches, $6 each; nents, $100. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601- Cooking With Friends Cookbook, ideal
2- Blue Slate gobbler turkeys, $20 825-7457. Christmas, wedding or birthday gift, Wood burning insert heater, Better N
Cockatiels, $65 each. Rankin Co.,
each. Wayne Co., Buckatunna, 601- over 850 recipes, send $18 (shipping & Ben, black, 27” wide, 22 1/2” tall, 14”
648-9201. 15 year antique collection, service sta- handling included) to: Shirley Brown, deep, double doors, in great cond., fac-
7- doves, Indian Ringneck, cage & all tion signs, oil cans/dispensers, brass 230 Morgan Road, Alligator 38720. ing to cover fireplace included, $225.
Giant African Dewlaps, 1- male & 3- locks, brass fire extinguisher & promo- Amite Co., Liberty, 601-225-9793.
hens, $30 each, cash. Webster Co., set up, all for $100. Jones Co., Laurel, Coahoma County.
601-426-6369. tional itmes, $10-$65. Montgomery,
Eupora, 662-258-6834. Winona, 662-283-2294. 4- CleanBurn used oil-fired furnaces,
Excellent Holiday gift, 108 original
Peacocks, 2005 hatch birds, whites, canning recipes plus canning guide, model CB-3500, generates 350,000
Bourbon red turkeys, $75 per pair or
$50 each. Pearl River Co., Picayune, Clocks, grandfather, carriage, kitchen, hardback/spiral bound, send $13.90 BTU/hr., industrial grade construction,
$40 each; Geese, $20 each. Scott Co.,
601-798-3244. mantle, all clocks serviced by certified (includes shipping/handling) to: J.F. burns any oil base - used oil, diesel,
clock repairman, $100-$2,000., no Duplantis, 17 Billy Craft Road, Laurel hydraulic fluid, kerosene, $3,000.
2 yr. old female African goose, $20. India Blue peacocks, 1- male & 2- Sunday calls. Forrest Co., Petal, 601- 39443. Jones County. Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-3540.
Stone Co., Wiggins, 601-528-0913. females, grown peacocks that have 545-7179.
been laying, $250 for trio. Greene Co., Why Gather In The Kitchen? A collec- 10,000 BTU propane/LP gas wall
75- Muscovy ducks, $5 each. Smith State Line, 601-848-7704. Camelot sleigh bed, black w/gold- tion of 350 family favorites, send $18 heater, in original box, never used,
Co., Raleigh, 601-269-3202. flecked steel accents & graceful rope (shipping/handling included) to: Comfort Glow, vent free, $50 firm;
Racing Homer pigeons, late hatchers, design, full size $180. Marion Co., Sybil H. Powell, 206 Lake Harbour 23,000 BTU indoor convection
Adult Mallard ducks, $20 per pair. unbanded, 20- birds $95; Also white Kokomo, 601-441-9739. Drive, Ridgeland 39157. Madison kerosene heater, $50 firm. Madison
Covington Co., Seminary, 601-752- wedding Homers, 12- birds $95; County. Co., Canton, 601-955-3090.
5552. Fantails, 12- birds $60; Indian Jacks & House & shed stuffed w/antiques, mov-
Fantails, $20/pair. Lauderdale Co., ing - all must go, pie safes, barber Vaiden “Live Wires” senior adult 155,000 BTU Eveready Pro kerosene
Deadline to submit ads Meridian, 601-934-7908. chairs, coffee mills from the late “Country Cookin Cookbook”, good heater, like new, for shop or construc-
for the December 1st issue: 1800’s, mantle clocks, etc., $25 & up. recipes by best cooks, ideal Christmas tion, bought new at Lowe’s, $250.
Mon., November 14th, 12:00 P.M. Red sided Eclectus female parrot, $500; Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-693- gift, send $10 to: Cody Dean, Rt. 1, Box Prentiss Co., Booneville, 662-728-
1- pair of black headed Caiques, $600; 1110. 228, West 39192. Holmes County. 6162.
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5-brick propane space heater, $50. per bar. Pearl River Co., Poplarville, 2- 14-ton Chore-Time feed bins, new 4-wheel hay rake in good cond., $400. Cub (red) tractor, w/new tires, runs
Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, 662-489-1747. 601-795-0570. Website: style legs, in exc. cond., $600 each. Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, 662-489-7244. good, in very good cond., w/cultv’s.,
www.hometown.aol.com/pdavenp913 Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601-735- $2,500. Smith Co., Pulaski, 601-536-
Heavy duty wood stove, w/chrome top, 4142. MF 12 square hay baler, in good cond., 3926.
chrome on front of door, chrome Kenmore chest freezer, 15 cu. ft., runs stored under shed, $1,400; Hay accu-
bumper, 2- lift out eyes, $350; 4-grate good, never repaired, w/2 rows of bas- 2- large incubators, $150 each. mulator & grapple, made by Hay JD 430 tractor, w/good metal, good
natural gas floor heater, $45. Pearl kets, $75. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601- Marshall Co., Holly Springs, 662-564- Master, in exc. cond., $5,000. Hinds back tires, runs good, cut my garden
River Co., Carriere, 601-798-5922. 672-5990. 3548. Co., Crystal Springs, 601-878-0052. this year, $2,800. Scott Co., Forest,
30” gas range, $50. Jackson Co., 60 KW generator w/auto. transfer Hay rakes: 1- NH side delivery, 1-
FIREWOOD & KINDLING Vancleave, 228-218-0090. switch, $10,000; Lewis #2 Poultry 5-spool spider rake, both 3PH, $275 8’ Bush Hog clipper, 3PH, new, $2,800.
Housekeeper, 4 yrs. old, $8,000; Cool each. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662- Holmes Co., Durant, 601-941-3871.
Free firewood on the ground, you cut Cookshack smoker oven, purchased cell system for 2- houses, 50’ long, 323-4827.
& haul. Leake Co., Kosciusko, 662-289- new April 2005, black sides, stainless $7,000. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-649- Ford 3000 & 4000 diesel tractors,
7622. steel top/interior, rib racks, grills, 8986. JD 530 round hay baler, field ready, rebuilt, try out on farm, $5,800 &
cookbook, manual, hickory wood $10,000; Kuhn GMD 700 hay mower, $6,500. Madison Co., Canton, 601-859-
Free firewood, standing hardwood, you included, makes great smoked meat, 2004 PHS 500 AG-Spray poultry house $1,500. Scott Co., Sebastopol, 601-625- 8879.
cut, easy to reach, no clean up $3,000. Washington Co., Leland, 662- washer, John Blue high pressure pump, 7773 nights.
required. Tate Co., Sarah, 662-560- 379-6673. exc. cond., always kept shedded, MF 165 tractor, $4,500; MF 65 tractor,
6198. $3,500. Smith Co., Pineville, 601-789- $2,000; 6 1/2’ disk, $1,100; 6’ disk,
2- Ford 530 square hay balers, $500 for
Sears Kenmore stove (drop in), 5301. $600; Stiff shank cultv., $300. Rankin
both. Itawamba Co., Fulton, 662-862-
Free firewood, you cut down & stand- propane, stainless steel top, very clean, Co., Brandon, 601-825-6554 leave mes-
ing trees. Simpson Co., Harrisville, $75. Yazoo Co., Bentonia, 662-755- sage.
NH 575 square hay baler, $5,000; Sitrex Taylor 4-shank Pasture Dream, field
Cut pecan firewood, some needs split- 4-wheel hay rake, $150; New ready, $1,800; 7’ 3PH double disk
Whirlpool A/C for house, etc., $100. Heavy duty hay lift, $200. Harrison Co., 2-drum hay cutter, $2,200. Lamar Co.,
ting, you haul $30 per pickup truck Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878-2480. Saucier, 228-831-1764. w/scalloped cutter blades, exc. cond.,
load. Perry Co., Brooklyn, 601-598- Columbia, 601-441-1485. $1,200. Kemper Co., Dekalb, 601-743-
2628 leave message. Waterless cookware set w/elec. skillet, Vermeer WR20 hyd. fold hay rake, field 5284.
NH 273 square hay baler in good cond.,
5-ply T-304 surgical stainless steel, ready, $1,100. Covington Co., stored in shed, $1,000; Netherexe
Split oak firewood, $150 per cord; 1/2 Seminary, 601-722-4105. 1995 Landini 7860 tractor, 74 PTO HP,
large set, brand new in box, lifetime 8-bale accumulator/grapple, like new,
cord $80. Madison Co., Ridgeland, 601- w/shuttle shift, dual hyd’s., 2,300 hrs.,
warranty, $695. Wayne Co., $6,500. Lawrence Co., Monticello, 601-
856-6822. Case-IH 8240 round hay baler, in exc. Allied 495 front-end loader, 80% rub-
Waynesboro, 601-671-4211. 587-2257.
cond., used to bale less than 400 bales, ber on front/rear, $16,750. Copiah Co.,
Firewood, split & stacked, $65. Bennie under shed, $7,000. Lee Co., Wesson, 601-643-2762.
Ellisor, 8621 Greenfield Road, Moss Electric churn, $20. Lamar Co., Morra brand disc hay mower, 9’ cut,
Hattiesburg, 601-264-6969. Mooreville, 662-842-3396. brand new, never used, $4,800 OBO.
Point 39562. Jackson County. Adams stainless steel seed/fert. spread-
Itawamba Co., Nettleton, 662-862- er, drive mechanism & bearings
42 gal. aquarium w/stand, also 29 gal. NH 664 round hay baler, kept in shed,
Firewood, 21” oak, 1/2 cord $55., full 4010. replaced this summer, new cover,
aquarium w/stand, both are like brand $8,500 cash. Union Co., Myrtle, 662-
cord $110; 21” mixed, 1/2 cord $40., works great, $4,500 firm. Washington
new, would make great Christmas gifts, 538-5772.
split/stacked, you haul. Hinds Co., Hay fork, $100; Scissor lift, $100. Co., Greenville, 662-332-0016.
Pocahontas, 601-982-2903. all accessories included, $550 for both. Lauderdale Co., Collinsville, 601-737-
Simpson Co., Mendenhall, 601-849- 8’ Kuhn GMD 600 hay mower, in good
8826. Ford 4610 tractor, one owner, w/origi-
4103. cond., $2,650; 8’ NH 462 hay mower, in
GOURDS good cond., $2,000; 8’ Vicon hay nal tires on rear, double outlets, bush-
hog, 6’ disk, section harrow, blade,
mower, good cond., $1,000. Oktibbeha FIELD EQUIPMENT
Gourds, different varieties, will ship,
Martin gourds $2 & up; Craft gourds,
MACHINERY & Co., Maben, 662-549-9165. spray rig w/pump, small Pasture
Dream, $12,500 for all. Winston Co.,
Farmall 656 tractor, in good cond.,
50¢ & up. Mrs. Jerry Davis, 11132 Byrd
Doerner Road, Collinsville 39325. Ph:
EQUIPMENT Hesston 530 round hay baler, makes
small bales, $4,500 cash; 5 1/2’ Kuhn w/new battery, $5,000. Lee Co.,
All equipment listed under this head- hay cutter, $2,500 cash, both in good Mooreville, 662-842-3396. 2- Case 1370 tractors, exc. motor, can
(601) 737-5333. Lauderdale County. ing must be offered for sale by persons
condition. Pearl River Co., Poplarville, hear it run, clutch not working, other
actually engaged in farming and must 15’ Midland heavy disk, in real good is parts tractor, $5,000 OBO. Itawamba
New crop of gourds for Purple Martin have been used on their farm in agricul- 1-601-795-2585.
or crafts, $1 & up; Also have custom cond., $2,500; 3-tine heavy sub-soiler, Co., Fulton, 662-852-5402. Email:
tural pursuits. Dealers are not allowed $350. Covington Co., Seminary, 601- firstname.lastname@example.org
made steel pole, wench to rise/lower to advertise. Equipment bought by MF side delivery hay rake, used this
gourds, $75 at farm. Prentiss Co., year, $250. Covington Co., Mt. Olive, 722-4105.
farmers for resale purposes are not eli- Kubota L245 tractor, 24.5 HP, w/5’
Booneville, 662-728-7605. gible for this free advertising. Only in- 601-765-1330.
INT 706 diesel tractor in good cond., bush-hog, toolbar w/several plow
state residents are allowed to advertise
1992 JD 375 round hay baler, 4x5 $6,500; Farmall H gas tractor, runs attachments, looks rough but runs
within this category.
SEWING & OTHER FABRICS (1,000 lb.) bales, looks & runs great, all good, $900; INT 856 diesel tractor w/JD great, all for $2,500., no checks. Lamar
belts & bearings are in good cond., no 48 loader w/bucket, $7,500 for both. Co., Sumrall, 601-758-3702.
Quilts, all sizes, lots of patterns to POULTRY EQUIPMENT problems, $4,500 firm. Carroll Co., Oktibbeha Co., Maben, 662-549-9165.
select from, $25-$75., I will quilt your Pittsburg 1-row cultv., w/extra plows,
tops. Leake Co., Walnut Grove, 601- Electric water cool debecker for chick- 1995 Long 2510 tractor, w/2,233 hrs., $325. Lamar Co., Hattiesburg, 601-
625-8423. ens & birds, $100. Itawamba Co., in good cond., $5,500. Greene Co., 264-6667.
Hesston 5510 round hay baler, in very
Tupelo, 662-862-2575. good cond., $3,450 cash; NH 254 Richton, 601-989-2496 after 5 p.m.
Quilts, handmade, baby, regular & BP 100 bean harvester (peas, butter
fluffer/rake combo, $1,495 OBO, cash; beans & string beans), in exc. cond.,
queen, $25-$135., lots of patterns, 1- 420’ house of Val Nipple drinkers, 4- V-rake on caddy, in exc. cond., $1,695. 1999 Kubota 4WD tractor w/1,700 hrs.,
order your quilts for Christmas pre- lines per house, $1,200; Winches, $10 $28,000. Newton Co., Decatur, 601- $19,000. Grenada Co., Grenada, 662-
Leake Co., Carthage, 601-267-4471. 809-5352.
sents, will make your top into quilt for & up; 1- power box, serves 4- chicken 635-3461.
you. Scott Co., Forest, 601-625-0110. houses, $500. Leake Co., Lena, 601- JD 335 round hay baler, 4x4 bales, like Disk for MF 165 tractor, used but like
654-9364. new, kept in shed, also 8-wheel rake on Zetor 3320 tractor, in exc. cond.,
Monogramming, handmade & mono- w/4,775 hrs., well maintained, $6,250 new, half price $175. Newton Co.,
saddle, both for $9,500. Lauderdale Newton, 601-683-3945.
grammed custom baby diaper bags, 2- 40’ x 450’ broiler houses to be Co., Collinsville, 601-917-1443 after 6 OBO. Harrison Co., Saucier, 228-832-
burp cloths, diaper wipe cases, purses moved, 4- lines Brower feeders, 6-ton p.m. 3260 ask for Kenneth.
10’ disk in good cond., $1,500. Walthall
& more, these make great baby gifts, feed bins, 22- 36” fans, fog systems, Co., Tylertown, 601-248-0100.
$7 & up. Forrest Co., Hattiesburg, 601- stainless steel waterers, $5,000 each JD 224T hay baler, $2,500; JD 224T 2-row middle buster, $250; Ford 3-bot-
606-3806. house. Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601- baler for parts or can be fixed to bale tom breaking plow, $250; 7’ section INT 200 gas tractor, w/good tires,
735-2306. w/minor repair, $1,200; JD 24T baler harrow, $200. Prentiss Co., Booneville, $2,000; Ferguson TO30 tractor, w/new
Quilt tops, some peaced by hand, some for parts, $500. Hinds Co., Bolton, 601- 662-728-3455. tires, $2,000. Lowndes Co., Artesia,
in sewing machine, regular size $40- Fans: 36” direct drive, box type, $50 866-7696. 662-272-5320.
$50., queen $75; Quilts: regular $100., each; 36” belt drive, $35 each; Heaters: 6’ heavy duty box blade, $300; Lift pole,
queen $125-$150. Jasper Co., Rose LB White Guardian, $200 each; JD 1320 hay cutter/conditioner, 1968 $75; Spreader, $250. Harrison Co., 1973 JD 4430 tractor, w/cab-air, dual
Hill, 601-727-9232. Cambridge Agr, $80 each. Scott Co., JD 4020 butane tractor, 90 HP, $9,800 Saucier, 228-831-1764. hyd’s., 90% rubber on front/rear, 7,700
Lake, 601-775-0012. for both. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, hrs., very clean, avg. cond., w/rear
MISCELLANEOUS 662-418-4150 ask for Eddie. 3PH seeder/fert. spreader, $275 cash, duals $13,500., w/o duals $13,000.
6- curtain machines, $200 each; 36” firm; Covington 1-row planter, $600 Copiah Co., Wesson, 601-757-5101.
HOME ITEMS belt driven fans, $50 each; 6- water NH 851 round hay baler, baled hay last cash, firm, items used twice on 1/2 acre
meters w/water filters, $50 each; Agri- year, shedded until storm, sold cows & garden, like new, kept under shed. 1979 Fiat Agri-Power diesel tractor,
30” elec. white stove, $150; Portable cup drinkers, 450’ line, $100. Simpson don’t need, $2,000. George Co., Marion Co., Columbia, 601-736-6864. 100 HP, w/6’ bush-hog, in great cond.,
dishwasher, $150; Electric clothes Co., Pinola, 601-847-2893. Lucedale, 601-947-1678. $3,500. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-331-
dryer, $150. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 21’ disk, in good cond., $4,500; Ford 5700.
662-324-7993. 200- 4” coated cool cell pads, used 1- Hesston 5800 round hay baler, 5x5 1720 diesel tractor, 27 HP, like new,
flock, stored in shed, $10 each. bales, baled hay this year but will need $8,500; Amco PTO disher, $1,000. 1951 Super A tractor w/cultv., $3,500;
All natural goat milk soap, skin friend- Simpson Co., Mendenhall, 601-847- new belts very soon, $950 OBO. Tallahatchie Co., Oakland, 662-647- 1948 Allis-Chalmers model G tractor
ly, nothing artificial, various scents, $4 0126. Neshoba Co., Union, 601-774-5398. 8956. w/cultv., $5,000., both in good condi-
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tion. Leake Co., Lena, 601-654-0009 & alternator, $7,000. Pearl River Co., JD 5200 tractor, w/JD canopy, JD 540 Mitsubishi 4WD tractor, 19 HP, w/box 3- JD tractors, 1- running, w/good tires
after 6 p.m. Poplarville, 601-795-2676. loader, MFWD, in exc. cond., $16,000; blade & bush-hog, 40 hrs., $4,900. & paint, 2- for parts, all 3 for $1,500;
7’ Woods finishing mower, used very Forrest Co., Petal, 601-543-6331. Allis-Chalmers CA tractor, w/hyd. lift,
5’ Rhino SE5 rotary mower, needs bot- 6’ finishing mower, w/good blades, little, like new, rear discharge, $1,700. tricycle front end, $500. Perry Co.,
tom oil seal & light welding, $200. runs good, 3PH, $300. Clay Co., West Monroe Co., Amory, 662-256-7736. Ford-NH 7840 tractor, w/cab-air, 6 cyl., Petal, 601-582-9441.
Neshoba Co., Philadelphia, 601-656- Point, 662-495-1182. $21,000. Scott Co., Sebastopol, 601-
1334. 4’ Kubota RM 1441 tiller, 3PH, $250; 625-7773 nights. IH 468 8-row folding pull type do-all,
Belarus 405A farm tractor, 57 HP, 380 4’ single row disk, 3PH, needs a little w/C-shank scratchers, fair to good
Ford 800 diesel tractor w/5’ bush-hog, hrs., down pressure on lower links, exc. work, $100., both for $300. Rankin Co., Ford 4000 diesel tractor, w/PS, 90% cond., some spare parts included,
runs good, $2,100 cash. Lincoln Co., post hole digging tractor, $4,000. Brandon, 601-613-3753. tires, 6’ Woods cutter, 6’ disk, boom $2,500. Tallahatchie Co., Charleston,
Brookhaven, 601-833-6652. Panola Co., Batesville, 662-561-0697. pole, grader blade, post hole digger, 662-458-4021.
MF 383 tractor w/MF 236 loader, buck- $7,000; Ford 841 gas tractor, $2,800.
1957 Ferguson TO35 tractor w/pasture JD model A tractor, restored, $3,000; et & hay spear, fiberglass canopy, in Tate Co., Senatobia, 662-562-9447. 14’ chisel plow w/5-shanks, $3,850;
clipper, new tires & brakes, runs good, JD model B tractor, one of the last exc. cond., $14,000 firm, bank check. 24’ offset disk, Bush Hog brand 246,
$2,800. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601- made, $3,000; JD model G tractor, Scott Co., Forest, 601-536-2781. 5’ Prime disk, 16- 18” swivel discs, 8 on disassembled, $2,500. Pearl River Co.,
835-4143. ready to work, $2,500. Pontotoc Co., front, 8 on back, adjustable, heavy Lumberton, 601-796-2000.
Pontotoc, 662-489-5335. NH TC35 4x4 tractor, w/shuttle trans., duty, exc. cond., $400; 6’ Dragon box
Farmall Super A tractor w/some equip- 310 hrs., $11,000; 6’ Befco finishing blade, heavy duty, $250. Madison Co., INT 474 diesel tractor, in good cond.,
ment, in good cond., $1,800 cash. 1968 JD 4020 butane tractor, 90 HP, mower, like new, $1,300. Leake Co., Flora, 601-879-9224. w/PS, live PTO, good rubber, $3,250.
Attala Co., Vaiden, 662-289-2140. JD 1320 hay cutter/conditioner, $9,800 Carthage, 601-267-3930. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-767-3351.
for both. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, Ford 5000 diesel tractor, w/Bush Hog
6’ Bush Hog brand finishing mower, in 662-418-4150 ask for Eddie. front-end loader & hay spear, $8,500.
Ford 6600 tractor, in exc. cond., eng. MF 30” dirt scoop, in exc. cond., $200.
good cond., $1,000. Jones Co., Ovett, Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-833-
completely rebuilt & brought to stan- Calhoun Co., Bruce, 662-983-7668.
601-344-7258. JD 5210 tractor, w/canopy, 385 hrs., 2927.
dard, new tires, $9,500. Marion Co.,
6’ Woods bush-hog, new 6’ grader
Foxworth, 601-736-6760. Taylorway 11-tine chisel plow, $700.
2- new Goodyear tractor tires, 16.9 x 30 blade, 5’ JD finishing mower, 6’ disk, 6’ JD 4850 tractor, w/5,217 hrs., 20.8 x
$250. Kemper Co., Porterville, 662- driveway blade, $16,000 total. Pontotoc 38” radials, $21,000; 30’ Great Plains DeSoto Co., Southaven, 662-349-6575.
476-8308. Ford 8N tractor lift top without cylin- solid stand drill, 10” spacing, hyd.
Co., Randolph, 662-489-8820.
der, $25 cash. Hinds Co., Raymond, markers, 600 acres on blades, field
JD 2040 tractor w/5’ Bush Hog brand Ford 3000 diesel tractor, w/PS, new 601-922-5596. ready, $5,500. Lee Co., Shannon, 662- MACHINERY,
bush-hog, 1,635 hrs., $8,000 firm. pump, rear tires & wheels, bush-hog, 767-8705.
Forrest Co., Hattiesburg, 601-579- disk, extra rear wheels & tires, $5,000. 1997 JD 5400 2WD tractor w/canopy,
dual hyd’s., joystick, 660 hrs., $16,500;
8116. Email: email@example.com Stone Co., Perkinston, 601-528-9108. JD 6400 4WD tractor, w/cab-air, power
2001 JD MX8 mower w/semi mount,
$3,000. Madison Co., Flora, 601-879-
quad trans., new tires, JD 640 loader, in & TRAILERS
2- PTO shafts & clutch for Ford pas- 2- JD 4400 combines, w/213 headers, very good cond., $32,500. Lafayette All machinery, equipment, trucks &
ture clipper, $60. Calhoun Co., Bruce, $2,000 each or $3,500 for both; JD 3900. Co., Oxford, 662-234-5867. trailers listed under this heading must
662-983-2103. 7000 4-row planter, $500. Tippah Co., be offered for sale by persons in
Walnut, 662-587-2542. Farmall 140 garden tractor w/plows, 8-row hipper w/markers, $895; IH Mississippi actually engaged in farming
Zetor 7711 tractor w/loader, $4,800; planters & cultv’s., in exc. cond., 8-row hyd. fold markers, $300; IH 133 and must have been used on their farm
MF 135 diesel tractor, $3,500; Ursus Bush Hog brand 765H backhoe attach- $4,500 OBO. Rankin Co., Pearl, 601- 4-row cultv. w/fenders, $295; IH picker in agricultural pursuits. Dealers are not
2812 tractor, 38 HP, $12,000; DMD ment for 25-45 HP tractor, has PTO 421-0568. rear wheel, 11:25 x 24”, $75. Sunflower allowed to advertise. Machinery, equip-
2060 mower, $5,500; MF 65 transmis- pump, 2- buckets (9” & 24”), $4,000. Co., Shaw, 662-754-3591. ment, trucks & trailers bought by farm-
sion, $400. Covington Co., Collins, Grenada Co., Gore Springs, 662-294- 1680 combine w/1020 22’ flex head, ers for resale purposes are not eligible
601-765-6760. 4WD, A/C, $18,000 OBO; Eddins FR3- JD 2-row rotary hoe, $125; 3PH 5x5 for this free advertising. Only in-state
26 8-row hipper roller, in exc. cond., residents are allowed to advertise with-
carry-all, $120. Union Co., Blue
in this category.
1996 Ford-NH 7840 4x4 tractor, w/cab- Horse drawn JD implements, plow, $7,500. Humphreys Co., Belzoni, 662- Springs, 662-534-3990.
air, 16x16 trans., 4,500 hrs., in good mower, planters, from $150-$500. 571-6455.
cond., $23,500; 2615 Legend bush-hog, Pearl River Co., Poplarville, 601-795- IH M gas tractor, w/wide front, 3PH, EQUIPMENT
3 yrs. old, very good cond., $7,500. 8943. MF 135 diesel tractor, runs good, $1,850; Ford 600 tractor, $2,500; Parts
Webster Co., Eupora, 662-258-8332. w/good lift, tires, sheet metal, $5,000; for Super M tractor, $25 & up; Ford
TRAILERS & WAGONS
3PH tractor grapple, 76” opening, side MF 40 gas tractor, 4 cyl., runs good, 2-row cultv., $200. Coahoma Co., Rena
1995 Belarus 205 AS diesel tractor w/5’ shift 30 degrees, heavy duty cylinders, w/good lift, new carburetor, $3,800. Lara, 662-624-5660. C-W 32’ flatbed trailer, 102” wide, in
bush-hog, one owner, in good cond., grease fittings, only used twice, like Jones Co., Laurel, 601-428-5196. great cond., $4,850. Grenada Co.,
good rubber, $3,700. Pike Co., Summit, new, takes 50-100 HP tractor, $4,000. JD 2840 diesel tractor, 80 HP, very Thaxton, 662-401-0013.
601-684-3043. Jasper Co., Montrose, 601-917-4530. 5’ Woods bush-hog, $200. Union Co., clean, PS, canopy, $8,500 OBO; JD
New Albany, 662-534-7899. silage blower, $250; Woods finishing 20’ gooseneck equip. trailer, w/dual
7100 8-row planter, w/monitor, roll JD 4440 tractor, w/cab-air, power shift, mower, $650. Madison Co., Canton, tandem axles, heavy ramps, dovetail,
cleaners, insecticide boxes, etc., 540 & 1,000 PTO, new back tires, good JD seed/fert. sower, $350. Scott Co., 601-898-1434. winch, 8,000 lbs., in good cond.,
$3,500. Noxubee Co., Macon, 662-726- clean tractor, $22,500. Newton Co., Morton, 601-732-2927. $3,800. Oktibbeha Co., Maben, 662-
4816. Decatur, 601-635-5280. INT 856 tractor, very good, Allis- 549-9165.
3- MF 760 combines, 20’ tables pickup Chalmers 7040 tractor, 140 HP,
New Idea 309 1-row pull type corn JD 6410 4WD tractor, w/cab-air, self reels, V-8 Perkins diesel engines, all 3 w/power shift, dual 20.8x30 R/C tires, 16’ gooseneck trailer w/dump bed,
picker, in good cond., shedded, field leveling loader, air ride seat, left hand for $3,500. Sunflower Co., Indianola, very good, $6,000 each. Warren Co., 7,200 lb. axles, in exc. cond., $5,100.
ready, $2,500. Tippah Co., Ripley, 662- reverser, 1,950 hrs., $45,000. Rankin 662-887-3514. Vicksburg, 601-638-6292 nights. Jackson Co., Vancleave, 228-826-3721.
837-8488. Co., Brandon, 601-906-7600.
Sod cutter, Teledyne-Princeton, in very JD 4020 tractor, w/power shift, wide 12’ equipment trailer, heavy duty, 2”
MF 50 gas tractor, needs eng. work, JD 4440 tractor, w/cab-air, quad range, good cond., $11,000. Pearl River Co., front, loader, needs trans. work, ball hookup or pintle hitch, which ever
w/6’ bush-hog, as is $2,000. Amite Co., good rubber, clean tractor, $15,000. Poplarville, 601-795-6719. $7,200; JD 630 tractor, w/new rubber, you prefer, $975. Hinds Co., Terry, 601-
Smithdale, 601-567-9807. Yalobusha Co., Oakland, 662-623-8683. needs paint, $4,500. Bill Diehl, 377 878-5872.
Hwy. 532, Mt. Olive 39119. Covington
Kubota M6800 4x4 tractor, w/synchro-
Yanmar 1500 tractor, needs crank, all 1967 Ford 4000 diesel tractor, 4 cyl., County.
nized shuttle trans., LA 1002 quick Factory built 5’ x 10’ utility trailer,
others parts in good cond., new steer- wide front end, 4-spd. trans., overall
attach Kubota loader, roll bar & $625. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-
ing section & brakes, rear end & trans. fair cond., no PS, $2,500. Grenada Co., MF 210 tractor, A-1 cond., good brakes,
canopy, dual remotes, 905 hrs., in exc. 835-4143.
in good cond., $1,400 OBO. Rankin Grenada, 662-226-8789. tires & seat, new paint, $3,000 cash.
cond., $20,500. Clarke Co., Quitman,
Co., Brandon, 601-594-1731. Leake Co., Carthage, 601-298-1899.
2002 Mahindra tractor, 36 hrs., 35 HP, 601-479-6170. Extra heavy duty 2-cord pulpwood or
2003 Kubota 4900 diesel tractor, 49 HP, w/5’ bush-hog, disk, box blade, lift pole JD 5410 2WD tractor, w/540 front-end firewood trailer, haul up to 8’ length
240 hrs., like new, w/big tires, shuttle & 16’ trailer, $9,999 OBO. Scott Co., Ford 4610 tractor, 60 HP, in exc. cond., loader, 7’ bucket & hay spear, in good wood, selling due to age, $650. Lincoln
trans., roll bar & canopy, $13,500. Forest, 601-943-6296. ready to do whatever you need, $9,200. cond., $16,500. Scott Co., Morton, 601- Co., Wesson, 601-833-7533.
Leake Co., Carthage, 601-298-1572. Stone Co., Wiggins, 601-928-5426. 732-2488.
MF 240 tractor in exc. cond., $7,300. 1972 Strick dry van trailer, 45’ long,
48” finishing mower, w/new spindle, Itawamba Co., Marietta, 662-365-7102. Allis-Chalmers D-17 LP gas tractor, 54 Case-IH 7140 4WD tractor, w/cab-air, w/roll up door, spoke Dayton wheels,
blades & belt, $500. Rankin Co., HP, exc. tractor, in show cond., $6,500 duals, $28,000; JD 4230 tractor 10020 tube tires, spring suspension,
Pelahatchie, 601-672-3777. 6’ multi-purpose disk, $325. Pontotoc negotiable. Lamar Co., Sumrall, 601- w/front-end loader, $13,500; JD 2240 good cond., $2,000. Montgomery Co.,
Co., Pontotoc, 662-489-7244. 606-1211. tractor, $6,200. Webster Co., Kilmichael, 601-497-1167.
95B combine, late model, all hyd., Bellefontaine, 662-258-7531.
$750. Madison Co., Ridgeland, 601- Kelley 2-row peanut digger, windrow & Orthman 12-row flat fold cultv. & bed- 1999 48’ flatbed trailer, w/spread axle,
856-3100. turn peanuts up, 3PH, $475. Oktibbeha der, $15,000; Orthman 12-row flat fold Ford 600 tractor only, new front, fair air ride suspension, in exc. cond.,
Co., Starkville, 662-323-4827. bedder only, $12,000; Orthman 12-row back, 6-volt system, all items work, $7,000. Harrison Co., Biloxi, 228-860-
1953 Allis-Chalmers WD 45 gas tractor flat fold cultv. only, $8,000. $2,500 cash only - firm. Pike Co., 9514.
for parts, w/tricycle front end, will load, Covington 2-row planter, many new Washington Co., Leland, 662-820- McComb, 601-395-0159.
$350. Pike Co., Summit, 601-684-4540. parts, gears, hoppers, scrapers & 6699. Short pulpwood trailers, several to
wheels, also on cultv., $350; 1-row sin- 14.9-28 tractor tire, new cond., $175 choose from, prices range from $1,500-
MF 255 tractor, looks & runs good, gle cutter, $300. Tippah Co., Blue 10’ JD hyd. disk, $1,800. Jackson Co., OBO. Rankin Co., Sandhill, 601-829- $4,500. Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-940-
w/new sheet metal, seat, lights, starter Mountain, 662-587-7198. Hurley, 228-217-3175. 2472. 3466.
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4-wheel wagon, good for hauling fuel cash OBO. Union Co., Myrtle, 662-538- 2002 Ford F-150 XL LWB reg. cab diamond plate toolbox, bedliner, tinted 1979 Chev. 4x4 LWB truck, 4-spd.
tank on, $275. Clay Co., West Point, 5772. truck, red, V-6, 4.2 eng., 5-spd. stan- windows, good tires, $6,000. trans. w/NP 205 V-8, good hunting
662-495-1182. dard, 37,000 miles, exc. cond., $7,500 Lauderdale Co., Collinsville, 601-986- truck, w/1977 Chev. SWB 4x4 parts
1996 Ford F-350 4-door truck, OBO. Kemper Co., Dekalb, 743-5721. 2524. truck, $2,000. Simpson Co.,
Tandem axle trailer w/seats for hunting w/Power Stroke diesel, 5-spd., tilt, Harrisville, 601-847-9136.
or wagon, $1,500. Hinds Co., Bolton, cruise, flatbed w/toolboxes, gooseneck 1994 Ford XLT 3/4-ton diesel truck, 1989 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat truck, 5-
601-866-7696. hitch, bumper receiver, 173,000 miles, just replaced motor, 360,000 miles on spd., motor runs great, w/good tires, 1995 Dodge 2500 ext. cab LWB truck,
in good cond., $9,800. Oktibbeha Co., truck, $4,250. Newton Co., Conehatta, $1,500. Marion Co., Foxworth, 601- Cummins turbo diesel, PS, PL, PW,
1994 Trailboss lowboy trailer, 25-tons, Maben, 662-549-9165. 601-635-5151. 736-0707. cruise, new trans., 171,000 miles, good
in exc. cond., $10,000. Tallahatchie truck, $6,100 OBO. Jasper Co., Rose
Co., Enid, 662-623-8609. 1985 Dodge Ram truck, auto., 6 cyl., 1993 Ford F-150 4x4 SWB truck, auto., 1997 Chev. Z71 ext. cab truck, w/third Hill, 601-727-3524.
$2,000. Covington Co., Collins, 601- 302 eng., all options, high miles, like door, push button 4WD, AM/FM radio
Trail-Boss 4-wheel trailer, 15’ long x 765-6760. brand new inside/out, $5,995. Hinds w/cassette & CD, 350 Vortec eng., Rear truck bumper w/swing out hitch,
5’ 9” wide, w/brakes, tail lights, 2- Co., Byram, 601-373-9896 after 7 p.m. chrome toolbox, bedliner, towing pkg., $75; Rochester 2-barrel carburetor,
spare tires, 1- Atlas fertilizer distribu- 1986 Chev. 3/4-ton truck, exc. work $9,700. Prentiss Co., Booneville, 662- $100. Sunflower Co., Shaw, 662-754-
tor, works off PTO, both for $1,100. truck, in good cond., ready to go, 1979 Ford F-250 4x4 truck, Dana 60 401-8297. 3591.
Noxubee Co., Macon, 662-726-5457. $2,000. Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, 662- front/rear, truck needs gas tank, other-
489-7194. wise ready to go, $1,000 cash. Clay Co., Pulpwood truck w/factory Louisville 4- Wild Country mud terrains, 32” x
Equipment trailer, $800. Jasper Co., West Point, 662-494-8675. bed w/loader, holds 2 1/2 cords & 9’ 11.5” x 15”, very good cond., no
Bay Springs, 601-428-7833. 1996 Chev. Z71 ext. cab truck, white, logs, truck is 1980 Chev. 1-ton 4x4 plugs/patches, plenty of tread, w/alloy
one owner, w/leather, bedliner, towing 1995 Ford F-150 truck, w/toolbox, new wheels, tires $200., rims $280., $400
w/double axles on back, 350 eng.,
1974 Palmer 20’ steel dump trailer, pkg., $6,550; 1985 Chev. 1-ton truck, tires, alum. rims, Alpine stereo system, for all. Marion Co., Kokomo, 601-731-
$6,500. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-
w/bedliner, roll up dolly, good cond., w/steel flatbed, 350 eng., 4-spd. trans., in good cond., $3,500. Scott Co., Lena, 1620.
$9,500; 1976 Fruehauf 27’ alum. dump $3,150. Itawamba Co., Mantachie, 662- 601-654-8830.
trailer, w/roll up tarp, extra good cond., 401-8694. 2004 Chev. 3/4-ton heavy duty 4x4
Leer alum. white camper shell w/wide 4- 10x15, 6-hole Eagle alum. wheels,
$10,500. Prentiss Co., Baldwyn, 662- quad cab truck, gooseneck hitch, 79k
windows, fits all LWB full size trucks, $200. Simpson Co., Pinola, 601-847-
365-5657. 1984 Chev. SWB 4x4 truck, small block miles, exc. cond., $16,000; 2002 Chev.
like new, $500. Webster Co., Eupora, 4463.
400, 411 gears, 8,000# winch, QR 3/4-ton 4x4 quad cab truck, 99k miles,
24’ alum. Coke trailer, dual tandem Buckshot radials, nice truck, good 662-258-3443. $11,000. Smith Co., Mize, 601-733-
2001 Silverado 1-ton crew cab truck
axles, new tires & white paint, 2 5/16 truck for hunting season, $5,500. 5627.
2003 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat FX4 4x4 w/Miller welder, Victor torch set, new
gooseneck hitch, pull w/1-ton truck, Hinds Co., Raymond, 601-954-8903. Ingersoll-Rand air compressor, impact
$2,800. Jackson Co., Hurley, 228-588- 4-door ext. cab truck, loaded, w/towing Log bed for bob truck, will haul 12’-22’
pkg., sprayed-in bedliner, nerf bars, 23k wrench for a big truck, toolbox & tools, cuts, bed built by Bowman Machine
9015. 2003 Ford F-150 King Ranch super $16,000. Tallahatchie Co., Enid, 662-
crew 4-door 4x4 truck, two-tone miles, leather, never off blacktop, Works in Ackerman, MS, good straight
$25,000. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 623-8609. bed, in exc. cond., $1,400. Webster Co.,
4-wheel wagon in very good cond., green/beige, loaded, 45,000 miles, paid
$550; 12’ tandem axle trailer w/ramps new $40,000., asking $22,800. Clarke 601-737-8111. Mathiston, 662-258-2899.
1966 Chev. Custom cab SWB truck
& lights, $400; 7’ x 18’ trailer, loaded Co., Enterprise, 601-917-8881. w/large rear glass, factory A/C, $950;
w/extras, 2005 year model, $3,250. 2000 Chev. Silverado 2500 ext. cab 1986 Ford 1-ton truck, 6.9 diesel,
truck, w/third door, 6.0 eng., auto. 1973 Chev. truck, w/40k actual miles, w/service body, all compartments in
Madison Co., Canton, 601-898-1434. 1991 Chev. 3500 1-ton 4WD LWB 350 eng., 350 auto. trans., PS, A/C,
truck, auto., runs exc., new trans., trans., gooseneck hitch, bedliner, tow- good cond., auto. trans., dual rear
ing pkg., new tires, 91,000 miles, $2,300. Montgomery Co., Winona, 662- wheels, good tires, runs good, $2,200.
Heavy duty 3-axle trailer, w/pintle 85,000 miles, new mud tires, $9,500.
$10,300 OBO. Simpson Co., 283-2294. Newton Co., Decatur, 601-635-2044.
hitch, ramps, haul tractor, backhoe or Clay Co., West Point, 662-495-1182.
bulldozer, $2,000 OBO. Jones Co., Mendenhall, 601-847-0126.
2001 Dodge Ram 1500 1/2-ton SWB 1996 Ford F-150 ext. cab 4x4 truck,
Soso, 601-763-3808. 1993 Ford F-150 ext. cab truck, 351,
1946 Chev. 3/4-ton truck, w/8’ metal truck, V-8 Magnum, Laramie SLT, XLT pkg., never off road, 82,000 miles,
5-spd., new tires, $2,500; 1982 Ford
bed, good motor & body, always shed- 76,000 miles, auto. trans., PS, PL, PW, 5.8 V-8, auto. all power, galv. toolbox &
16’ Diamond utility trailer, w/tandem F-150 truck, 351, auto., good tires,
ded, $750. H. H. Lancaster, Monroe new tires, AM/FM/cassette, exc. cond., rails, Warn winch, $15,000. Webster
axles & hideaway ramps, in exc. cond., 100k miles, $2,500. Lowndes Co.,
Co., Hamilton, 662-343-8847. $9,000. Chickasaw Co., Houston, 662- Co., Mathiston, 662-263-4300.
stored out of the weather, $700. Artesia, 662-272-5320.
Lawrence Co., Monticello, 601-587- 4- 8.00-16.5 LT tires on Ford 8-hole 2000 Ford F-350 Super Duty ext. cab
7663. 2004 GMC Sierra 1500 LWB standard
rims, plus spares, used only 1,000 1996 Dodge ext. cab 4x4 truck, 318 4x4 truck, 4-doors, 7.3 diesel, 6-spd.,
cab truck, w/PL, PW, low mileage, war-
miles, $150; MT80 trans. for PTO, eng., auto. trans., fully loaded, exc. clean, ready to work, $17,000. Greene
Furniture type trailer, tandem axles, ranty, Linex bedliner, $16,500. Pike
rebuilt, $300. Adams Co., Natchez, cond., $8,500. Yazoo Co., Bentonia, Co., Lucedale, 601-394-4264.
w/side door, $750. Calhoun Co., Co., Summit, 601-276-3385.
Calhoun City, 662-628-5262. 1976 Chev. 1/2-ton 2WD truck, auto.
1997 Chev. Silverado 3500 crew cab 1999 Toyota Tacoma SR5 ext. cab 4x4 1982 Chev. 3/4-ton truck, 350 eng., 4- trans., 2,000 mi. on factory 350 eng.,
Utility trailer, new, 5’ x 8’ w/drive on 2WD LWB dually, only 67,500 miles, truck, V-6, auto. trans., tilt, bedliner, spd., standard trans., $2,500. Newton mech. sound, body needs work, $1,100
ramp, has expanded metal floor, rail loaded, auto. trans., 354 eng., A/C, all nerf bars, toolbox, PW, PL, keyless Co., Union, 601-635-3172. OBO. Attala Co., Kosciusko, 662-290-
around sides & front, lights, fenders, power, CD, bars, toolbox, excellent, entry, tinted windows, 94,500 miles, 0294.
safety chain, 2” coupler, $550. Webster $11,500. DeSoto Co., Olive Branch, $12,000. Lauderdale Co., Meridian,
Co., Mathiston, 662-258-2899. 662-895-5297. Ford rear end, fits E250 - E350, late
601-482-5871. model, still has all brake components, 1989 Ford F-350 truck, flatbed
in perfect cond., first $300 will load for w/gooseneck ball, 30k miles on rebuilt
Wells Cargo tandem trailer, 12’ long x Stainless steel brush guard, fits full 1997 Ford F-150 Lariat 4x4 ext. cab motor, tires like new, new computer,
8’ high x 6’ width, 3’ tongue, white size Dodge truck, w/winch mount, like you. Kemper Co., Collinsville, 601-986-
truck, w/third door, V-8, all electric, 8316. fair cond., $1,800. Grenada Co.,
w/nose cone, battery & ramp type drop new, cost $800., asking $400. Scott Co., auto., new motor, $6,900. Pike Co., Holcomb, 662-227-2705.
down door w/alum. extension, $5,100. Morton, 601-732-8772. Summit, 601-276-9209.
Copiah Co., Wesson, 601-643-5040. 1- set of 16” Chev. Z71 wheels, fits
models 1988-1998, $150. Lee Co., 1996 GMC Z71 4WD truck, SLE pkg.,
1986 Chev. 1-ton truck, flatbed 1995 Ford F-150 reg. cab truck, 5-spd., AM/FM/CD/cassette, leather, PW, PL,
18’ Port City flatbed trailer, w/6,000 lb. w/dump body, gooseneck hookup & Tupelo, 662-844-1378.
V-8, PS, PB, A/C, $2,500 OBO; 1997 PS, towing pkg., brand new tires,
axles, ramps, in good cond., $1,200. bumper hitch, in exc. cond., $6,000. Ford F-350 XLT crew cab truck, loaded, 199,000 miles, good cond., $5,800.
Jackson Co., Hurley, 228-588-6357. Scott Co., Forest, 601-469-2397. 1996 Ford F-450 Super Duty utility
115,000 miles, $14,000 OBO. Hinds truck, w/attached fuel tank & compres- Hinds Co., Raymond, 601-857-2505.
Co., Terry, 601-878-2127. sor, 80,000 miles, $16,000. Pike Co.,
1994 Clements dump trailer, $10,500. 1998 Mazda B-4000 ext. cab 4x4 truck, 1994 Toyota reg. cab 4x4 truck, w/fresh
Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-835- V-6, auto., loaded out, 99,000 miles, Tylertown, 601-684-4512.
1988 GMC 3/4-ton truck w/steel rebuilt motor, new alum. rims & mud
1834. $6,300 OBO. Lee Co., Guntown, 662- flatbed, auto., new 350 eng., runs & grip tires, $4,200 OBO. Perry Co.,
401-8977. 2001 Ford F-150 super crew 4-door
drives good, $1,250. Lowndes Co., Beaumont, 601-784-3239.
1985 East all alum. 45’ flatbed trailer, truck, Arizona beige, loaded, w/leather,
spread axle, w/dump valve, used daily, 1989 Chev. step side SWB 4x4 truck, Line-X bedliner, in exc. cond., $14,000. 1979 Ford F-150 4x4 LWB truck, has
need 48’ trailer is the reason for sell- 350 eng., 5-spd. trans., in good cond., 1993 Chev. Z71 truck, loaded, in good Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-833- less than 12,000 miles on new 351M
ing, $12,000. Alcorn Co., Corinth, 662- $2,950. Attala Co., Kosciusko, 662-289- cond., w/164,000 miles, $5,000. Stone 0776. eng., body in good cond., extra set of
287-9528. 7283. Co., Wiggins, 601-928-7941. tires/rims, $3,100 OBO. Leflore Co.,
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 4-door truck, Greenwood, 662-455-3816.
1974 Palmer dump trailer, 18 yd. bed, 1987 Toyota 4x4 truck, 2200R eng., Dually bed, fits 1988-1991 Ford 1-ton, only 9,750 miles, w/bedliner, show-
sandblasted/painted, cylinder packed, rough body but mech. sound, perfect Hide-A-Bed hitch, bumper, rubber bed room cond., $19,975. Covington Co., 1997 Dodge 2500 SLT LWB 2WD truck,
new floor, brakes, led lights & push bar for hunting, new tires, $2,500. Newton mat, tailgate, $800 firm; 8’ work bed Mt. Olive, 601-797-9843. auto. trans., gooseneck hitch, trailer
apron, $7,500. Monroe Co., Smithville, Co., Union, 601-635-2750. cover, w/3-doors & ladder rack, $250. brakes, new paint, Cummins diesel,
662-651-5101. Lincoln Co., Summit, 601-567-2467. 1984 Ford F-150 4WD truck, auto. $10,500. Attala Co., Sallis, 662-418-
1994 Dodge Ram 1500 truck, silver & trans., 300 6 cyl. eng., auto. trans. does 2624.
red, in exc. cond., nice clean truck, 1995 Chev. 2500 truck, 6.5 diesel, not work, $800. Scott Co., Morton,
TRUCKS, adult driven, $4,500. Scott Co., Forest, auto., 86,000 miles, super nice, $5,900. 601-732-8539. 2000 Ford F-350 LE crew cab dually,
ACCESSORIES & PARTS 601-625-8063. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662-323- loaded, w/Power Stroke, auto., below
5599. 2002 Ford F-250 Lariat 2WD truck, book value, $22,500. Warren Co.,
1993 Toyota T100 SR5 4x4 LWB truck, Power Stroke diesel, loaded, like new, Vicksburg, 601-529-0811.
1976 Ford 1-ton truck w/ball set up to full size, V-6, 211k miles, one owner, 1995 Ford F-250 XLT truck, 351, V-8, never been worked on, 93k miles,
pull gooseneck trailer, it runs but $3,800. Lawrence Co., Jayess, 601-823- one owner, 94,000 miles, towing pkg., $22,500 OBO. Rankin Co., Florence, 1997 Ford F-150 Lariat super cab 4x4
needs a little work, buy as is, $1,000 0546. cowboy bumper, gooseneck hookup, 601-845-0562. truck, w/third door, 5.8 V-8, auto., all
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power, towing pkg., leather, 130k 1999 Isuzu Rodeo, V-6, PW, cruise, exc. 1988 L9000 truck w/winch & mono- 1994 JD 310 backhoe w/4,400 hrs., JD 440 cable skidder, in good cond.,
miles, in exc. cond., $8,200 OBO. cond., 66,000 miles, one owner, $7,800. rail, $12,000. Pike Co., Tylertown, 601- $45,000. Pike Co., Tylertown, 601-684- $8,500; 100” Esco grappler, $800.
Washington Co., Leland, 662-686- Jefferson Davis Co., Oakvale, 601-792- 684-4512. 4512. Marion Co., Foxworth, 601-736-9020.
2001 Mack truck, 427 eng., 18-spd. Cat. D7E bulldozer, hyd. blade w/tilt, in
2001 Ford Ranger XLT truck, V-6, 1994 Jeep Wrangler, straight 6, never trans., wet kit, headache rack, 145,000 good cond., $19,500. Washington Co.,
LAWN & GARDEN
17,500 miles, CD player, tow pkg., been in the mud, A-1 cond., $6,000. miles, $58,000. Lincoln Co., Leland, 662-820-6699. EQUIPMENT
$11,000 OBO. Franklin Co., Meadville, Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878-2480. Brookhaven, 601-835-1834.
601-384-5379. JD 350B gas bulldozer, w/new main Loading ramps for lawn mower, new,
2000 Ford Windstar ES, 168,000 miles, 1978 Ford F-600 dump truck, runs clutch, new steering clutches, good $60/pair. Calhoun Co., Bruce, 662-
2000 Chev. 2500 4x4 truck, white, in body & interior in good cond., very good, $3,500. Pike Co., Magnolia, 601- undercarriage, ready for work, $8,900. 983-2103.
good cond., w/new tires, toolbox, 5- clean, needs trans. work, $1,500. 783-9070. Newton Co., Decatur, 601-635-2044.
spd., gooseneck hitch, good gas Copiah Co., Wesson, 601-643-2524. 2004 Snapper hydrostatic riding
mileage, 116,000 miles, $13,900. 1985 Ford F-600 truck, 4-spd., 2-spd.
Tractomotive loader, rubber tired, mower, 30” cut, like new, warranty
Jasper Co., Bay Springs, 601-764-7051. 1993 Jeep Cherokee Sport, 4-doors, 6 rear end, steel flatbed w/gooseneck
2WD, in good cond., $4,500; 1970 INT remaining, retail $2,200., asking
cyl., hunter green, A/C & heat works, hookup, in very good cond., $2,700.
TD-8C bulldozer, $10,900. Pike Co., $1,000 cash. Simpson Co., Magee, 601-
1994 Mazda B-4000 4WD truck, V-6, $2,500 OBO. Jones Co., Laurel, 601- Rankin Co., Florence, 601-845-0776.
Magnolia, 601-783-9070. 849-0270.
5-spd., $1,000. Newton Co., Conehatta, 425-2046.
Enclosed alum. bed for 2-ton truck, 4-
601-683-3712. Vermeer M485 tree spade, 40”, 4WD, MTD lawn tractor, 18 HP, w/42” cut,
bays per side w/roll up doors, each side
1995 Ford Econoline van, 2500 series, w/front-end loader, $8,500; 3179T John Briggs & Stratton eng., $300. Jefferson
can be locked, 12’ from front to center
1992 GMC Sierra LS 1500 LWB truck, PS, PB, A/C, alarm system, new tires, in Deere eng., low hrs., can hear run, Davis Co., Prentiss, 601-792-5941 leave
of wheel well, $1,600. Oktibbeha Co.,
V-6, auto., A/C, one owner, 97,000 very good cond., $1,600. Lee Co., $1,600; 6’ 6-way push blade w/cylin- message.
miles, very clean, $4,950. Hinds Co., Tupelo, 662-844-1378. ders, $1,200. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville,
Terry, 601-373-6584. 1989 Chev. box van, 8’ x 24” alum. box 662-324-6565. Snapper riding mower, older model,
1999 Jeep Wrangler, hard top, color w/roll up door, V-8 diesel eng., 225k 28” cut, high-vac., w/bagger attach-
1999 Ford F-150 ext. cab 4x4 truck, khaki, exc. cond., $850. Jasper Co., miles, $2,000 OBO. Rankin Co., Takeuchi mini trackhoe, w/steel tracks, ment, 11 HP Briggs & Stratton eng.,
white, XLT pkg., towing pkg., never off Heidelberg, 601-433-1478. Brandon, 601-892-7400. Email: 10’ arm reach, weighs 12,000 lbs., elec. start, $350. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-
road, 87,000 miles, V-8, 5-spd., PW, PL, firstname.lastname@example.org $12,000. Franklin Co., McCall Creek, 844-7760.
bedliner, $11,500. Newton Co., 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan, blue, in 601-532-6690.
Hickory, 601-646-4748. exc. cond., V-6, seats 7, all power, CD, 1997 Ford F-800 truck, 6-spd., Gravely Pro-Master 50, $1,000; 22”
67,000 miles, $11,500. Clay Co., Cedar Cummins diesel eng., dump body, Taylor pulpwood loaders, ranging from Murray self propelled, $100. Hinds Co.,
1989 Ford F-150 XLT 4WD SWB truck, Bluff, 662-494-9141 nights. $17,000. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 18,000-30,000 lbs. cap., priced $2,500- Terry, 601-878-2480.
5-spd., 2-spd. transfer case, 302 V-8 601-681-4495. $10,000 each. Claiborne Co., Port
eng., PS, PB, cruise, good tires, 1989 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4x4, 6 cyl., Gibson, 601-668-8027. MTD Yard Machine chipper/shredder,
102,103 miles, $3,500 cash. Hinds Co., auto., new tires, cold A/C, all power, in 1975 2 1/2-ton big truck w/16’ dump 5 HP Briggs & Stratton, exc. cond.,
Raymond, 601-922-5596. good cond., $1,950. Rankin Co., body, V-8 eng., $4,000. Greene Co., Case 580 SE backhoe w/extendahoe, $325. Jackson Co., Vancleave, 228-218-
Brandon, 601-331-4179. Leakesville, 601-394-2613. 36” bucket, good rubber, $12,000. 0090.
1976 Ford F-350 truck, 360 V-8, PS, Calhoun Co., Calhoun City, 662-628-
A/C, 4-spd., flatbed w/trap door for 2002 Ford Expedition XLT, white, 1995 Ford L-9000 truck w/N-14 Tractor turf tires, 2- 13.6 x 16, in exc.
gooseneck, brake control & wired for immaculate, 48,000 miles, light camel Cummins, new rear end, air compres- cond., both for $50. Hinds Co., Bolton,
trailer, good farm truck, $1,800. Smith interior, AM/FM/CD/cassette, third sor, truck used daily, $9,000; 1979 601-852-5218.
Fiat-Allis 21B bulldozer, in good cond.,
Co., Mize, 601-733-5585. seat, $17,500 OBO. Newton Co., Chev. C-60 truck w/flatbed dump, new oil pump needs to be changed, I have
Newton, 601-683-6651. hyd. pump, $2,500. Alcorn Co., John Deere LT180 mower, automatic,
oil pump & 2- extra motors that go 48” cut, exc. cond., 134 hrs., cost
1993 Ford F-150 LWB truck, 8 cyl., Corinth, 662-287-9528. with it, $7,500. Itawamba Co.,
dual gas tanks, toolbox, PW, PL, power 1990 Dodge Caravan SE, 7-passenger, $3,399 new, asking $2,500. Hinds Co.,
Mantachie, 662-282-7545. Raymond, 601-857-8557.
seat, good truck, $2,800. Clay Co., V-6, cheap on gas, new A/C, many new 1983 Autocar bobtail log truck, 350
Prairie, 662-494-3905. parts, ready to go, $1,895. Wayne Co., Cummins, 9-spd. Fuller, 4.88 Eaton
JD 350B bulldozer, needs trans., Yanmar 2200 diesel tractor, 2 cyl.,
Waynesboro, 601-671-4211. rear ends, in very good cond., $12,000.
$1,000. Jasper Co., Bay Springs, 601- w/647 hrs., $3,100. Lowndes Co.,
2000 Dodge Dakota truck, $7,500. Franklin Co., McCall Creek, 601-532-
428-7833. Caledonia, 662-356-6821.
Pearl River Co., Lumberton, 601-796- 1999 Chev. Tahoe, 128,000 miles, in 6690.
2000. good cond., $8,000. Lee Co., Tupelo, Cedarapids asphalt paver, 12’ screed,
662-566-1389. 14 yd. dump bed, w/elec. roll up tarp, 5 HP industrial Craftsman chipper-
spreader bar, 3-stage cyl. hyd. pump, $5,000 OBO. Madison Co., Flora, 601- shredder, used very little, in good
1976 GMC 1/2-ton truck, road ready, 879-8144.
1998 Mercury Mountaineer, one owner, reservoir tank, in exc. cond., $4,800. cond., $225 firm. Winston Co.,
good tires, motor & very clean, $2,000
maroon, 106,000 miles, new set of Toyo Pike Co., Magnolia, 601-783-6665. Louisville, 662-779-2030.
cash. Prentiss Co., Booneville, 1-662- Cat. D3B LGP bulldozer, w/6-way
728-9765. tires, PW, PL, auto., V-6, great cond.,
1981 GMC Topkick dump truck, 3208 blade, wide pads, in good cond., 2005 Snapper zero turn mower, Pro-
$5,500. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-428-
eng., 13-spd. trans., tandem, 14 yd. $14,000. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, Series mower, w/heavy duty deck, cool-
1988 Chev. Silverado 4x4 reg. cab 5128.
bed, $6,000. Simpson Co., Florence, 662-427-0060. ing fans, 48” cut, has 28 hrs. on it, lists
truck, factory rebuilt trans., w/less for $7,199., asking $5,500. Newton Co.,
than 10,000 miles, motor reworked, 2001 Isuzu Rodeo, silver, 4 cyl., great 601-845-6897.
Knuckle boom loader on 1973 INT Lawrence, 601-775-0237.
350 V-8 eng., auto., good hunting on gas, 41k miles, $7,000 firm. Jasper
1985 Ford Econoline van, 6 cyl., auto. truck, loader runs on Detroit diesel,
truck, $3,000 firm. Jones Co., Laurel, Co., Louin, 601-727-4011. New electric backpack sprayer, paid
trans., good cond., ready to work, truck & loader in good running cond.,
601-428-5128. $9,000. Monroe Co., Nettleton, 662- $145., asking $130. Pontotoc Co.,
1998 Ford Windstar van, auto., A/C, PS, $2,500 OBO. Rankin Co., Brandon,
601-919-2049. 963-7376. Pontotoc, 662-489-1747.
PB, side & rear door, no rear seats,
SPORT UTILITY cargo van, $2,250 OBO. Hinds Co., Yazoo 26 HP diesel mower, 62” front
1972 INT 1100 LWB truck, good body Franklin Fellow Buncher cutter, in
VEHICLES & VANS Terry, 601-878-5829. & glass, powered by Ford 400 cid good cond., $10,500. Walthall Co., cut, hyd. deck lift, hydrostatic drive,
2-barrel & C6 trans., all good, solid, Tylertown, 601-876-5931. $2,200. Rankin Co., Sandhill, 601-829-
1994 Oldsmobile Bravada, 4-doors, $1,000 OBO. Itawamba Co., Tremont, 2472.
1993 Chev. S-10 Blazer, auto., good Smart Trax 4WD, 4.3 V-6, auto., all
tires, $2,500. Lowndes Co., Artesia, 662-652-3682. 1973 Cat. D6C bulldozer, serial
power, leather interior, just serviced,
662-272-5320. #10K8565, w/80% tracks, sprockets &
new tires & shocks, dark green, exc. Airport scissor lift-bed truck, runs & rollers, tilt blade, limb risers & screens
cond., $4,500. Webster Co., Mathiston, works very good, $2,000. Hinds Co., EQUIPMENT
1995 Nissan Pathfinder 4x4, V-6, auto., 662-263-4300. on ROPS canopy, power shift, new radi-
PW, PL, cruise, 99,000 miles, exc. Terry, 601-878-2480. ator, $28,000. Prentiss Co., Baldwyn,
cond., nice, $3,650 cash. Leake Co., 1986 Jeep Renegade 4x4, w/big tires, 662-365-2062. 1- pair of 10,000 lb. Dexter axles, brand
Carthage, 601-267-4471. runs real good, $3,000. Greene Co., HEAVY MACHINERY new, vacuum over hyd. brakes, $1,800.
Leakesville, 601-394-2613. Cat. 950 front-end loader, w/third valve Amite Co., Summit, 601-684-1519.
1986 Chev. Suburban, rides & runs & EQUIPMENT & top clamp, $30,000; Peerless 2770
great, $1,950. Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, knuckle boom log loader on trailer, Self standing blacksmith forge w/some
662-489-5335. INDUSTRIAL Kubota L35 tractor 4x4 loader/back- $25,000. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, coal, $500. Lamar Co., Hattiesburg,
2003 Chev. Tahoe, white, 80,000 miles,
TRUCKS & VANS hoe, w/18” & 24” buckets, glide shift, 601-264-6667.
ROPS w/canopy, 1,565 hrs., $16,800.
warranty until 110,000 miles (transfer- Pike Co., McComb, 601-684-6566. INT Dresser 530 loader, 3 yd. bucket Kenmore well pump, submerge type,
able), new tires, all extras, exc. cond., 1974 GMC 6000 single axle log truck, w/teeth, approx. 50 hrs. on eng., 1/2 HP, in very good cond., ready to
one owner vehicle, $23,500. truck & motor in exc. cond., ready to Cat. D5 bulldozer, w/power shift, lots of $18,000. Franklin Co., Meadville, 601- pump water, $175. Tippah Co., Ripley,
Tallahatchie Co., Charleston, 662-458- work, $2,100. Simpson Co., new parts, runs good, truck & lowboy 384-2585. 662-837-1560.
4021. Mendenhall, 601-847-4968. trailer included, $25,000. Scott Co.,
Lena, 601-654-8830. 1996 Hitachi 100 trackhoe/excavator Weigh-Tronix 70’ x 11’ truck scale,
1986 Jeep CJ7, Dana 44, 4-spd., 258 1996 INT truck w/4-bolster log trailer, w/thumb, $34,000. Pearl River Co., 200,000 lb. cap., full electronic above
inline 6, handles/drives exceptional, 4” good tires on truck & trailer, $18,500; 2000 JD 310 SE 4x4 backhoe w/extend- Lumberton, 601-796-2000. ground scale, in perfect cond., state
super lift, Warrior HD shackles & S.S. 1996 INT truck w/Pitts bolster log ed boom, in exc. cond., $35,000. certified, concrete deck, $13,500.
disconnect sway bars, $11,500. Marion trailer, in very good cond., $20,000. Pontotoc Co., Randolph, 662-489- 1992 Komatsu bulldozer, $27,000. Claiborne Co., Port Gibson, 601-668-
Co., Kokomo, 601-731-1620. Tallahatchie Co., Enid, 662-623-8609. 8820. Scott Co., Morton, 601-732-6664. 8027.
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Plastic culverts, 20’ x 15” diam., $150; 3 gal. plastic nursery pots, 10¢ each. Blacksmithing coal, 100 lb. bags, $25 2000 S&H 4-horse trailer, full living 200 bags- $3. Rankin Co., Pelahatchie,
20’ x 24” diam., $225. Pike Co., Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-1127 each. Pearl River Co., Picayune, 601- quarters w/shower, microwave, refrig- 601-720-1113.
Summit, 601-684-4540. leave message. 798-0060. erator, stereo, 10’ shortwall, $22,500.
Yalobusha Co., Oakland, 662-623-8737. Ammerman barrel saddle, 15” full quill
Trolley w/18’ 8” galv. track, $125. Attala Craftsman radial saw, $125. Jackson blue ostrich seat, fully tooled w/cross
Co., Kosciusko, 662-289-5465. Co., Vancleave, 228-218-0090. LIVESTOCK HANDLING & 1997 Cato Classic 3-horse slant load conchos, used very little, $1,800. Scott
TACK EQUIPMENT trailer, w/removable partitions, mid Co., Morton, 601-732-2488.
Diesel fuel tanks: 250 gal. $250; 500 Kohler “Command” 18 HP 2 cyl. gas tack, rear tack, full living quarters,
gal. $300; 14’ all metal bean bed, in eng., w/oil filter, came off air compres- water heater, holding tanks, full bath- 2000 Sooner Royale 4-horse slant load
good cond., shed kept, $1,000. sor (went to electricity), has horizontal Saddles, several to choose from, 15” - room, lots of storage, $27,500. Newton trailer, w/rear tack, drop windows, liv-
Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, 662-489-7244. shaft, 2-belt pulley, $800 OBO. Amite 17 1/2”, most are new cond., $175- Co., Chunky, 601-490-0655. ing quarters, heat/air, microwave,
Co., Smithdale, 601-567-9807. $475. Hinds Co., Byram, 601-373-
stove, satellite, AM/FM/cassette, sleeper
55 gal. plastic barrels, $10 each. 9122. New 16” black Wintece western syn- sofa, $27,500 OBO. Rankin Co.,
Itawamba Co., Nettleton, 662-862- Meat saw, good for deer camp, $300. thetic saddle, used only once, $200; Florence, 601-278-0659.
4010. Yazoo Co., Yazoo City, 662-746-7917. Antique doctors buggy, in good cond., Used 18” English AP saddle, no brand
2-seater, $2,500. Warren Co., name, Havana brown, regular tree,
Vicksburg, 601-638-8988. See picture 15 1/2” Jackie Foster roping saddle,
Sears wood lathe, no motor, $100. Heavy duty culverts, 36” diam., 20’ great cond., $100. Hinds Co., 1- mo. old, like new, top of the line,
Madison Co., Flora, 601-750-0585. long, use under driveways, roads, etc., at: www.silvercreekarena.com Ridgeland, 601-878-5619. $750. Washington Co., Hollandale,
below cost at $500 each. Lauderdale 662-822-9977.
Co., Collinsville, 601-626-0009. Used 15” Billy Cook pleasure/barrel 2001 Sundowner 2-horse bumper pull
Fuel tank on skids, $150. Scott Co.,
saddle, light oil, rough out fenders, slant load trailer, w/dressing area, rear
Morton, 601-732-2927. 2- stalls, 10’ x 10’ galv. frame & sliding
54” circular sawmill, hyd. steel car- $300 OBO. Hinds Co., Ridgeland, 601- swing out tack, used 5 times, like new,
riage, 12” planer, edger, live deck, 48” 720-5937. doors, tongue/groove wood, out of
Moveable metal shop vise, stand many extras, $9,200. Lamar Co., large county horse barn, nice, $1,000
w/base, $50. Union Co., Blue Springs, Windham chipper, knife sharpener, all Sumrall, 601-408-3163.
working cond., diesel eng., $18,000. 14’ Hale double axle open top cattle for both stalls. Newton Co., Lake, 601-
Copiah Co., Crystal Springs, 601-892- trailer, $750 cash. Lincoln Co., Wood shavings, $3/tax per 45-50 lb.
1274. Brookhaven, 601-833-6652. bag, perfect for livestock bedding, con-
500 gal. propane tank w/filler hose, 1999 Aztec Sundowner 3-horse slant
$525; 7 1/2 HP motor, 110 volts, 220 veniently located Downtown Jackson,
Propane tanks: 250 gal. $195; 150 gal. 16’ bumper pull stock trailer, w/new 2913 North West Street. Hinds Co., load trailer, in exc. cond., kept in
single phase, $150; Black vise, $75. garage, factory living quarters, shower,
$165; 100 gal. $115. Yazoo Co., Yazoo paint, open frame top, good floor, Jackson, 601-362-5333.
Coahoma Co., Rena Lara, 662-624- microwave, stove, sink, refrigerator,
City, 662-746-4028. escape door, some rust, 4-H used,
5660. walk thru, radio, awning, $22,000.
$1,400. Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-922- 15” Martha Josey Ultimate saddle,
Portable Hobart 230 amp DC welder & 6767. semi-bars, square skirt, black seat, for- Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-7061.
1-man Belsaw w/edger & planer,
$4,500. DeSoto Co., Southaven, 662- generator on wheels, 100’ positive & ward swing, exc. cond., $850; Impact
65’ ground, Wisconsin 2 cyl. eng., in 2000 CM 2-horse trailer, in exc. cond., gel pad, like new, used approx. 6 times, 16’ brown riding saddle & pad, in good
349-6575. $1,500 OBO; 2004 Exsis 4-horse trailer, cond., $225 OBO. Rankin Co., Sandhill,
good cond., $900. Union Co., Guntown, $120. Scott Co., Forest, 601-469-4052.
662-365-2452. w/heat & A/C in dressing room, pulled 601-829-2472.
Electric meat saw, ready to use, stain-
very little, like new, $17,000 OBO. 16’ bumper pull stock/horse trailer,
less steel top, $350. Pontotoc Co.,
Shop built wood splitter, 5 cyl. w/30” Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878-2127. w/new floor, new paint, metal top,
stroke, 8 HP Briggs & Stratton eng., escape door, $1,600 cash. Lawrence HUNTING, FISHING,
$600. Lee Co., Guntown, 662-869- 1987 McQuery 6-horse alum. trailer, Co., New Hebron, 601-694-2108.
Miller Bobcat 225 welder, w/generator,
serial #KK258767, 64 hrs., w/all leads, 2456. custom made for Nolan Ryan, w/good & CAMPING ITEMS
floor & tires, separate tack & A/C dress- Pony saddle w/blanket, in good cond., All hunting, fishing & camping items
$2,000. Adams Co., Natchez, 601-442- ing room, need 5th-wheel to pull,
3-slotted board riser culverts, 2- 30’ x $75. Lamar Co., Hattiesburg, 601-264- listed under this heading must be adver-
5268. $4,500. Choctaw Co., Ackerman, 662-
25”, $1,000 each; 1- 21’ x 18”, $700., 6969. tised from in-state residents only. No
$2,500 for all three. Coahoma Co., 285-6993. businesses or dealers are allowed to
CMI 30’ x 10’ 70,000 lb. truck scale, advertise. Only in-state residents are
Clarksdale, 662-624-6534 ext. 112. 14 1/2” Martha Josey Cordura barrel
above ground, in good cond., low pro- 1903 1-horse sleigh, always stored allowed to advertise within this category.
saddle, $450; 15” Rocking R barrel sad-
file, concrete deck, $6,900. Claiborne Brand new Nema Step Five starter & under cover, $600. Pearl River Co., dle, brand new, $550; Circle Y show
Co., Port Gibson, 601-437-4012. used 100 HP 3,600 RPM motor, 440 Poplarville, 601-795-8943. halter, used twice, $85. Webster Co., ATV’S & ACCESSORIES
3-phase, starter $3,000., motor $700 or Maben, 662-263-5908.
Craftsman 10” table saw, model 100, 16’ cattle insert for 16’ utility trailer,
$3,300 for both. Forrest Co.,
steel table, plus extra equipment, $200. factory made w/canvas top, $900. 20’ gooseneck cattle trailer in good 2005 Honda Recon 4-wheeler, w/elec.
Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-366-6070. Jackson Co., Hurley, 228-588-9015. cond., $2,500. Newton Co., Conehatta, shift, only 5 mos. old, adult ridden, in
8’ Aermotor windmill w/40’ tower, still 601-774-9975. exc. cond., $3,000. Rankin Co.,
Mac 3/4” heavy duty impact wrench, in box, never assembled, paid $5,000., 10’ x 20’ dog pen, 6’ tall, $300. Rankin Brandon, 601-260-3095.
$350. Tippah Co., Ripley, 662-837- asking $3,500. Oktibbeha Co., Co., Richland, 601-933-0077 ask for 16” Cheyenne Tucker saddle, like new,
4282. Starkville, 662-769-5411 ask for Ed. David. $1,000; 16” light tan barrel saddle, Loading ramps for 4-wheeler, new,
new, $400. Tallahatchie Co., Sumner, $60/pair. Calhoun Co., Bruce, 662-983-
25 KW PTO driven generator, w/very Jet mill, 3 HP D.R.O., auto. feed, 2- sets Large, 7’ tall, 2-horse trailer, w/5’ 662-375-8945. 2103.
low hrs., $1,500 cash only. Lawrence of collets, Birmingham lathe, 17” dressing room, saddle racks under
Co., Jayess, 601-587-7319. swing, 6’ bed, 3 & 4 jaw chucks, horses head in dressing room, in exc. Trip-Hopper self unloading feed box 2000 Honda Rancher 4x4 4-wheeler, in
$10,000. Lowndes Co., Columbus, 662- cond., $2,700. Newton Co., Lake, 601- mounted on 4-wheel trailer, runs off good cond., $2,200 OBO. Benton Co.,
Arts-Way 420 grinder-mixer, in fair 327-1122. 938-0132. 12-volt battery, can be mounted on
cond., with manual that came with it, Lamar, 662-324-6931.
pickup truck, like new, $1,575.
$500. Jones Co., Ellisville, 601-498- Good ramps off of car hauling truck, Livestock head gate, $125. Scott Co., Sedgewood Plantation, Madison Co.,
8681. 2-seater go-cart, 5 HP, w/seat belts, roll
make good trailer or bridge, $200. Morton, 601-732-2927. Canton, 601-879-8739. cage, $500. Newton Co., Conehatta,
Rankin Co., Florence, 601-845-0776. 601-683-3712.
Table saw, 10” saw mounted on home- 1- goat milk stand, $50. Marshall Co., Simco roping saddle, 15 1/2” seat, solid
made stand & dust catcher on casters, Sutton, Steele & Steele brand gravity Holly Springs, 662-564-3548. rawhide, exc. cond., basket weave,
$35. Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601-218- 1988 Honda 350 4WD 4-wheeler,
seed cleaner model BX-100, $500. comfortable, keepers & more made to
4019. w/front & rear racks, $1,200. Leake
Jefferson Davis Co., Bassfield, 601-943- Calf creep feeder, $200. Walthall Co., last, $600. Madison Co., Flora, 601- Co., Carthage, 601-298-1899.
5443. Tylertown, 601-876-3540. 879-9224.
Wireless driveway alarms, motion acti-
vated, $40; 8’ steel constructed wind- Briggs & Stratton 5,500 watt gas gen- 13” youth saddle in very good cond., 2005 WW 3-horse slant load bumper 8-wheel Argo Conquest-Amphibious,
mill, 22” wheel, $40. Monroe Co., erator, still in box, never used, bought $200. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-566-1389. pull trailer, w/dressing room, never 18 HP, Kohler eng., ready for hunting
Gattman, 662-256-8015. for Katrina, 2 yr. warranty, $750. used, $5,100; 2005 Chaparral 3-horse season, runs well, $1,000. Chickasaw
Madison Co., Canton, 601-624-1855. Just in time for Christmas, pony size slant load gooseneck trailer, w/dressing Co., Okolona, 662-447-3833.
Parts cleaner for brake drums, air pow- buckboard, in good cond., works well room, $5,600. Webster Co., Mantee,
ered, $25. Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878- Anvil, made by Fisher w/1913 date, in w/Shetland pony, $500. Oktibbeha Co., 662-456-3972. 1984 Honda TRX-200, shaft drive,
2480. good cond., bolted to metal stand, Starkville, 662-323-5091. front/rear racks, $1,000. Madison Co.,
$110; Visible gas pump, $450; 1950’s New 14” Dakota barrel saddle w/black Madison, 601-743-5908.
55 gal. plastic drums, plugs in top, $10 elec. gas pumps, $100 & up. Choctaw 150 bu. Apache creep feeder, w/2- creep seat, was not what I ordered, must sell,
each. Jefferson Davis Co., Sumrall, Co., Ackerman, 662-285-7073. attachments, used less than 1 yr., $475; Used 13” youth barrel saddle, in 1994 Kawasaki 300 4x4 4-wheeler, runs
601-943-5932. $1,950. Alcorn Co., Corinth, 662-287- very good cond., $200. Scott Co., good, front/rear rack, drop down rack
48’ house moving rig, money maker or 2646. Harperville, 601-625-7564. on rear, $2,000. Rankin Co., Brandon,
Craftsman 12” compound miter saw, use rails for bridge stringers, $1,500 601-941-2420.
w/Laser Trac extra 40-tooth carbide OBO. Itawamba Co., Tremont, 662- 1- new head gate & 1- old head gate, 2-horse straight load gooseneck trailer,
blade & accessories, $250. Hinds Co., 652-3682. both for $300. Harrison Co., Saucier, w/large dressing room, has A/C, in 2-seater go-cart, w/roll bar over top, 2
Raymond, 601-857-5054. 228-831-1764. good cond., $1,800. Marion Co., seat belts, good cond., runs good, $500.
2- Southbend lathes, used, 1- 16”, Columbia, 601-736-3820. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-383-2420.
Craftsman 3-piece roll around toolbox 1- 13”, lots of extras/spare parts, 30’ 4-horse trailer w/sleeping compart-
full of name brand tools, including 3-phase power, needs cleaning & TLC ment, King brand - older model, Quality bedding for horses, 4 cu. ft. Yamaha Breeze 125cc, auto. trans.,
Snap-On roll around cart, $1,500. but great deal, $1,500 for all. Warren $3,800; Older 2-horse trailer, $1,200 bags, $2.90 picked up, deliver up to 25 great kids ATV, $1,600. Madison Co.,
Bolivar Co., Cleveland, 662-588-3456. Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-9901. OBO. Hinds Co., Flora, 601-672-3001. miles, 50 bags- $3.20; 100 bags- $3.10; Canton, 601-937-4433.
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Kids 250cc 4-wheeler, w/reverse, elec. Martin Jaquar bow, 4 yrs. old, 45-60 lb. w/shower, kitchen w/oven, microwave, 25 HP Evinrude motor, runs great, mm Leupold Vari X II scope $700.
start, auto. trans., 6 mos. old, $1,200. pull, w/quiver, arrows, zebra twist stove & refrigerator, $7,800. Grenada gear in foot is bad, $300; Ski boat trail- Smith Co., Morton, 601-537-3412.
Madison Co., Canton, 601-624-1855. string, sights, TM hunter rest, extra set Co., Grenada, 662-226-7022. er w/115 HP Mercury, lines not con-
of modules, manual, $225. Lamar Co., nected to shifter, $800. Leake Co., Reloading & supplies, powder, primers,
1989 Honda 300 4x4 4-wheeler, $1,250. Purvis, 601-794-2607. 2004 Springdale bumper pull travel Carthage, 601-267-8678. w/fittings for 6 mm. rifle & .38 Special
Smith Co., Morton, 601-537-3412. trailer, w/super slide, bunk beds, full loads, $100. Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-
Bear bow, recurved, 1970 model, in bed, used about 10 times, in new-exc. 1998 19.5’ Stingray pleasure boat, seats 982-1800.
2003 Honda Rancher 350 4x4 4-wheel- perfect cond., w/2- dozen assorted cond., sleeps 6-8, $15,000. Kemper Co., 8, 4 cyl. Mercruiser inboard, great for
er, w/Warn unlocker, $3,100; 2000 arrows, target/hunting, $100. Hinds Dekalb, 601-737-5052. Email: skiing & tubing, exc. cond., used very Browning 7 mm. 08 A5, stainless steel,
Kawasaki Bayou 220 2WD 4-wheeler, Co., Jackson, 601-982-1800. email@example.com little, $7,500. Lauderdale Co., brand new, never been fired,
$1,700. Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601- Collinsville, 601-737-5263. w/Simmons 2.8x10x44 scope,
754-6504. 2000 Landau by Georgia Bay 35’ motor w/Browning case, $900. Calhoun Co.,
CAMPING & ACCESSORIES home, 11,000 miles, extra large slide 1994 Ski Nautique, low hrs. on eng., Bruce, 662-983-4427.
2003 Polaris 4x4 Ranger, w/windshield, out, dual heat/air, 2- TV’s, VCR, DVD, new upholstery, boat in good to very
hard top, enclosed, used on farm, adult 1989 Pinnacle/Fleetwood Class A 30’ rear camera, auto. jacks, $49,500. good cond., accessories, NADA Bushmaster AR-15, 16” carbine, 223
ridden, exc. cond., $7,000. Hinds Co., motor home, sleeps 4, self contained Jones Co., Ellisville, 601-752-6000. Bluebook $14,000., asking $12,000 cal., post ban, in like new cond., $680.
Terry, 601-892-1274. generator, roof A/C, central heat, OBO. Washington Co., Hollandale, Rankin Co., Florence, 601-594-0169.
gas/electric refrigerator, water heater, 1988 Mallard 30’ bumper pull camper, 662-827-2446.
2003 Honda Rubicon, red, completely awnings on windows, $12,000. Scott sleeps 4-6, w/large refrigerator, range S&W mod. 57, 41 mag, 4” barrel, $450;
stock, 77 hrs., 348 miles, adult ridden, Co., Lena, 601-654-8830. w/oven, shower/toilet, 30 gal. exterior 1988 15’ Monark boat, w/28 HP Glock model 20, 10 mm, nite sights,
garaged, exc. cond., $4,500 OBO. water heater, large awning, TV anten- Johnson eng., stick steering & trolling extras, $600., ID required. Marshall
Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601-638-9901. 1- camper 15k 5th-wheel hitch, base & na, $4,500 OBO. Hinds Co., Terry, 681- motor, $2,400. Newton Co., Union, Co., Holly Springs, 662-252-5458.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org hitch like new, $250. Newton Co., 878-0050. 601-635-3172.
Union, 601-635-3172. Ruger GP-100 .357 mag, 4” target bar-
2002 Polaris Ranger 4x4, w/new wind- 2001 Holiday Rambler Alumiscape 30’ 14x42 Alumacraft boat, w/foot con- rel, $400; S&W mod. 66 - .357 mag., 4”
shield & soft top, new front drive 1997 Jayco Eagle 28.5’ fifth-wheel trolled trolling motor, 25 HP elec. barrel, $400; Taurus auto. PT-22, .22
bumper pull camper, w/central H/A,
shafts, bearings & tie rod ends, in good camper, w/queen bed, bunk beds, 14’ start, swivel seats, carpet, Dixie Craft cal., pocket gun, $175. Lamar Co.,
awning, roll down stabilizer, stereo,
cond., less than 1,700 hrs., $4,000. super slide out, full bath, central H/A, trailer, clean, ready to fish, $3,000. Lumberton, 601-796-4944.
hardwood cabinets, 1-piece alum. roof,
Smith Co., Pineville, 601-789-5301. awning, new tires, $11,500. Lawrence Yazoo Co., Bentonia, 601-624-3879.
2- doors, sleeps 6, $11,500. Lauderdale
Co., Monticello, 601-587-2257. Remington .870 Express, 3 1/2 w/28”
Co., Meridian, 601-482-3213.
Yamaha, EZ-GO & Club golf carts, gas 16’ fiberglass pleasure/bass ski boat, barrel & extra full choke, good
& electric, add-on accessories for all Service head for camper trailer, meter w/trolling motor, live wells, 115 HP deer/turkey gun, holds good pattern,
base w/30 amp & 20 amp breakers & 1997 Nomad 27’ 5th-wheel camper, in
makes, rear fold-down seats, lift kits, Mercury motor, trailer w/new tires, $350; Mossberg defense shotgun, $500
receptacles, $50 cash. Hinds Co., exc. cond., w/bunk beds & queen size
etc., starting price $1,500/up. Marion $2,500; 17.5’ 2004 Invaider 175 CS negotiable. Scott Co., Forest, 601-507-
Raymond, 601-922-5596. bed, pulled 6 times, shed kept, $9,500.
Co., Columbia, 601-736-5981. alum. boat $13,500. Wayne Co., 2404.
George Co., Lucedale, 601-947-6855.
1997 Yamaha 4x4 4-wheeler, special 35’ camper trailer for deer camp, 12 ga. BSS, $1,050; Belgium Sweet 16,
loaded, total elec., w/heat & air, com- 1982 Ford school bus camper, w/370
edition, $2,000. Copiah Co., Crystal 18’ fishing boat, 115 HP Mariner, galv. $750; Remington Wingmaster 12 ga.,
pletely furnished, $4,000. Hinds Co., motor, good trans., partially furnished,
Springs, 601-894-3478. trailer, $2,000. Hinds Co., Raymond, w/chokes, $300; 7M Bar, $450;
Jackson, 601-953-7328. w/air in back, ideal for hunters, $950.
601-857-3154. Remington 30-06 pump, 3x9 scope,
Honda 250 FourTrax 2WD 4-wheeler, Neshoba Co., Philadelphia, 601-656-
$350. Grenada Co., Big Creek, 662-
in exc. cond., runs good, $1,500. 1988 Mallard 35’ motor home, 6.5 KW 6258. Boat for the big fisherman & duck 628-6850.
Newton Co., Lawrence, 601-775-3917. Onan generator, self contained, 454 hunter, G3 Olive Drake boat by
Chev. eng., 50k miles, sleeps 6, 1998 Wilderness 5th-wheel camper, Ruger pistol SP101 .357 mag. never
Skeeter, 17 1/2’ long, 76” wide, 54”
2003 Yamaha Big Bear 4x4 4-wheeler, $15,000. Rankin Co., Mendenhall, 601- w/slide out, refrigerator, water heater, shot, w/box of shells, will also shoot .38
deep, 60 HP Yamaha motor, $8,600.
red, w/stick stoppers, 2,500 lb. winch, 825-4909. gas or electric, central heat, roof A/C, shells, 2” barrel, rubber grips, stainless
Calhoun Co., Pittsboro, 662-983-2228.
Outlaw tires, 1,500 miles, in exc. cond., queen size bed, 13” TV, microwave, steel, $325. Monroe Co., Hamilton,
$3,500 firm. Prentiss Co., Marietta, 25’ Avion travel trailer, kitchen has new front awning, $10,500. Clarke Co., 1984 Duracraft 14’ alum. boat, 25 HP 662-343-8020.
662-416-8995. refrigerator, w/bedroom, bathroom Quitman, 601-776-2063. Evinrude, mounted trolling motor,
w/shower, A/C, heater, $1,500. steering w/tiller handle, trailer w/new #1 Ruger 30-06 w/3x9x40 Leupold
New set of 25” ATV tires & rims, $400; Tallahatchie Co., Charleston, 662-647- 1999 Prowler by Fleetwood 25’ camper, tires, $2,500 OBO. Hinds Co., Clinton, scope, $950 OBO; Winchester 7 mm.
1985 Honda 200S 3-wheeler, $800. 2753. w/slide out, walk around master bed- 601-925-5227. WSM w/break, 3x9x50 Leupold, $750.
Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-624-9091. room, in exc. cond., non-smoker, will Tate Co., Senatobia, 662-562-4178.
1985 AlumaLite 31’ travel trailer, very deliver, $10,500. Jackson Co., Moss 1986 pleasure bass/ski boat w/trailer,
2005 Yamaha Rhino 660 4x4, w/wind- clean, in good cond., $6,350. Lamar Point, 228-588-6357. 17’ long, Mercury 115 outboard motor, Reconditioned Glock 9 mm, hasn’t
shield & sun top, like new, not used Co., Lumberton, 601-796-4406. trolling motor, live wells, new batter- been fired since reconditioning, in per-
very often, $7,950. Oktibbeha Co., 30’ Boles Aero bumper pull camper, in ies, black/red metallic, 6-passenger, fect cond., includes 2 clips & loader,
Starkville, 662-323-6472. 2001 Fleetwood Prowler 31’ bumper good cond., great for deer camp, $3,000. Madison Co., Canton, 662-347- $500. Madison Co., Ridgeland, 601-
pull camper, w/16’ slide out, used only $1,800 OBO. Hinds Co., Raymond, 601- 0379. 668-9244.
2004 Honda Rubicon, in exc. cond., 5 trips, in exc. cond., $18,000. Yazoo 857-0355.
loaded, w/low miles, ready to go hunt- Co., Yazoo City, 601-421-0890. 1994 Skeeter 18’ bass boat, 150 HP Ruger M77R .270 cal., custom glass
ing, $6,500; Yamaha Timberwolf 250cc, 1985 Born Free 24’ motor home, Evinrude, new trolling motor, 2 depth bedded, custom trigger, rings, $550.,
one of the toughest ever made, $1,200 2001 Jayco Eagle 31’ 5th-wheel w/diesel eng., oak cabinets, TV/VCR, finders, in good cond., $7,500 OBO. w/scope $650. Pike Co., Summit, 601-
negotiable. Scott Co., Forest, 601-507- camper, w/super slide, queen bed, rear microwave, bath/shower, Onan genera- Stone Co., Wiggins, 601-928-2603. 276-3385.
2404. kitchen, lots of oak cabinets, awning, tor, exc. cond., $11,000 OBO. Amite
large refrigerator, gas or electric, Co., Liberty, 601-783-0316 after 5 p.m. Browning Belgium Auto 5, 12 ga.,
1998 Honda 400 4WD 4-wheeler, tub/shower, $18,200. Newton Co., GUNS, PISTOLS, “light twelve” $650; Browning Belgium
w/brush guard & winch, $3,500; 2001 Decatur, 601-635-3569. 1992 Terry by Fleetwood 24’ camper, RIFLES & ACCESSORIES Auto 5, 12 ga., $425; Browning
Honda Rancher 350 4WD 4-wheeler, w/queen bed in rear, 2- entry doors, Belgium A5, “Gold Hunter” 12 ga.,
w/brush guard & winch, $4,000. Pearl 33’ camper, Normad by Skyline, in nice large awning, hardwood floor, full bath, NIB, $800. Carroll Co., McCarley, 662-
River Co., Lumberton, 601-796-2000. cond., everything works, cold air, heat, great cond., everything works, $4,400. German pistols: 1920 Luger 9 mm, 417-3882.
$4,000. Newton Co., Lawrence, 601- Hinds Co., Terry, 601-260-8535. $800; Walther AC 44 WWII P-38 9 mm,
1995 Yamaha Timberwolf 4x4 4-wheel- 683-3891. $800., w/holsters. Pike Co., Summit, Belgium Browning A-5 12 ga. shotgun,
er, in good cond., adult ridden only, 1997 Class C 30’ motor home, F-Super 601-684-4540. w/26” vent rib cyl. barrel & 28” vent rib
$1,700. Jefferson Davis Co., Prentiss, 2005 Wildwood, Forest River 28.5’ Duty Tioga by Fleetwood, sleeps 8, modified barrel, round knob, perfect
601-792-5253. Limited Edition 5th-wheel camper, large slide out, fully self contained, 50 cal. T/C Black Diamond muzzle- cond., $1,200. Union Co., New Albany,
rear living area, large super slide, full generator, 24,500 miles, new tires, loader/accessories, w/3-9x40 brand 662-538-4548.
2000 Kawasaki Prairie 300 4WD size shower, queen size bed, asking $34,500. Winston Co., Louisville, 662- new scope, zeroed in ready to shoot
4-wheeler, automatic, in good cond., payoff $20,000. Carroll Co., Carrollton, 773-9260. w/Weaver quick detach mounts for easy Knight BK 92 .54 cal. muzzleloader
$2,800. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825- 662-237-0045. cleaning of rifle, $300. Marion Co., w/accessories, $175 OBO. Stone Co.,
8760. 1981 American 5th-wheel camper trail- Kokomo, 601-441-9739. Wiggins, 601-928-2603.
1989 Georgia Boy 30’ motor home, 454 er, $2,800. Franklin Co., Meadville,
Yamaha Banshee, cut fenders, drag Chev. eng., 54,000 actual miles, big 601-384-2585. Remington 870 mag. 12 ga. pump
pipes, extended swing arm, many extra generator, good tires, new queen size shotgun, $250; J.C. Higgins model HUNTING/FISHING
parts, $2,000. Wilkinson Co., Crosby, bed, new refrigerator, shower, A/C, 1017, 16 ga. double barrel shotgun, LEASES & MEMBERSHIPS
601-639-7098. awning, $12,500. Marion Co., FISHING, stock & forearm are like Nylon 66 rifle,
Foxworth, 601-736-6027. BOATS & ACCESSORIES $395. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662-
324-7993. Attala Co., 180 acres hunting lease,
BOWS & ACCESSORIES 1982 Nomad 18’ bumper pull camper, deer/turkey, on Hwy. 14 East, $10 per
sleeps 4, A/C, refrigerator, heat, stove, 17’ Cobia, inboard, new trailer, $4,000. Barrett .50 cal. BMG, model M99, fac- acre. Ethel, 662-674-5108.
Parker left hand bow, 80% let off, pen- bathroom w/shower, $1,200 cash or Madison Co., Canton, 601-859-8879. tory scope, Bipod, $3,675 new, asking
dulum sight, quiver & hard case, $325. certified check. Lincoln Co., Wesson, $2,500., also have ammo. Marion Co., Webster Co., 311 acres for hunting
Simpson Co., Magee, 601-849-0270. 601-833-3576. 2002 16’ Alumacraft boat, w/25 HP Columbia, 601-736-3820. rights, located in Eupora, w/fire lanes,
Yamaha 4-stroke motor, elec. start, 48” 100 acres located in Fame Community,
PSE compound bow, $250. Hinds Co., 1990 33’ Cari Lite RV, w/central heat & wide, 18” deep, w/trailer, $3,200 firm. Ruger M77 .308 cal. w/scope bases & also w/fire lanes, $5 per acre. Eupora,
Jackson, 601-624-9091. air, solar panels, queen size bed, bath Leake Co., Carthage, 601-267-6876. bullets, new cond., $450 or w/3x9-50 662-258-6557.
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Neshoba Co., wild hog hunts available, bought but altered for safety, $100. BWF bulls, $750. Tippah Co., mos. old, 1- pair out of Traveler, 3- BBU Reg. Red Beefmaster bull, 20 mos.
$250 & up, food, lodging & fishing Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662-324- Tiplersville, 662-223-6407. Email: cows, $1,200/up. Greene Co., Avera, old, exc. qualities, approx. 1,200 lbs.,
available; Booking 2005-2006 quail 7993. email@example.com 601-989-2010. Make My Day bloodline, $1,200.
hunts now, $125 per person, quail for Lincoln Co., Wesson, 601-835-0009.
sale, $3/up. Philadelphia, 601-656- Tri-Tronics shock collars, Trash Reg. yearling bulls or heifers, Angus, Reg. polled Charolais bulls, weaning
5717. Breaker Ultra II, 2 mi. range, 2- units Brangus, Braford & Brahman, (certi- age from HBR Program 297 stock, exc. Reg. Brangus bulls, vet checked, per-
available to pick from, both in real fied F-1), $850 w/papers, $800 w/o temperament & EPD’s, $750 & up. formance tested, Brinks bloodline,
Noxubee Co., 6,000 acres total, 5,000 good cond., $425 each. Copiah Co., papers & up. Frank Niemeyer, Lamar Pearl River Co., Picayune, 601-798- ready to work for you, $2,500 & up.
acres dog/still hunting, 1,000 acres still Wesson, 601-643-0109 leave message. Co., Lumberton, 601-796-4517. 3244. Cowbelle Ranch, Pontotoc Co.,
hunting only, good private roads, easy Pontotoc, 662-488-1360.
access, family welcome (bring kids), Reg. Charolais bulls, exc. quality, good Reg. Angus bull, 2 yrs. old, exc. blood-
Old turkey caller, possibly the proto- disposition & EPD’s, guaranteed semen line, gentle, birth weight +2, sired by Young Longhorn bulls, $400 & up.
type of a now famous call (name, check, $1,200 & up. Newton Co., H. J. Black Max, heifers to show, Stone Co., Perkinston, 601-928-1606.
address & telephone number of maker Hickory, 601-480-1750. $1,500. Harrison Co., Gulfport, 228-
West Oktibbeha Co., hunting club has on call), collectors, $1,000. Simpson 539-5377. 2- red brindle heifers, 9 mos. old, 550
2 membership openings, exc. Co., Magee, 1-601-867-3869 ask for 3- Reg. Black Angus bull calves & 1- lbs., vacc. & dewormed, $675 each or
deer/turkey, no alcohol allowed, yearly John. Reg. Black Angus heifer calf, from exc. PB Reg. polled Charolais bulls, Rogers $1,300 for both. Attala Co., Sallis, 662-
fees $425. Sturigs, 662-324-6490 ask bloodline, low birth weights, gentle, Program & Duke 261 breeding, 12 418-2624.
for Buddy. Liberty gun safe, 25-gun capacity, $800-$1,400. Pike Co., Osyka, 601-542- mos. old, $1,200 & up. Montgomery
granite color, fire rated 1,200 degrees, 5635. Co., Winona, 662-283-3830. Quality red Brahman cattle, Dixie
Hinds Co., 80 acres of mostly wooded can deliver, $799. Rankin Co., National, Mississippi State Fair &
low land near Pearl River, looking for Brandon, 601-209-1804. 5- Reg. horned Hereford bulls, 7-11 Reg. Angus bulls, 2 yrs. old, A.I. sired, Houston, Texas Champions, herd bulls,
responsible, non-commercial hunting mos. old, very gentle, good bloodlines, 1,500 lbs., athletic, muscular, good cows, show calves, $750 & up. Neshoba
group or individual interested in $800 & up. Carroll Co., Colia, 662-455- frame, $1,900-$2,300. Sedgewood Co., Philadelphia, 601-656-5717.
$1,200 annual hunting lease. Jackson,
AQUACULTURE 2208. Plantation, Madison Co., Canton, 601-
879-8739. Red Brangus & Red Angus bulls tested,
Any item advertised in this category 10- black Brangus & Brangus-cross ready to work, heifers & semen, $1,250
must be raised on your farm and your
Jefferson Co., 1,360 acres, 26 yr. old advertisement must have the following
bred heifers, bred to Cow Creek 15- F-1 Brangus heifer calves, weaned, & up. Hidden Creek Ranch, Monroe
hunting club has openings for mem- statement along with a signature: Brangus, heifer bulls to calve Nov. 1 - 500-650 lbs., $900 each; 4- Brahman Co., Amory, 662-256-8114.
bers, $750. Florence, 601-946-2668. “These were raised on my farm and I am Apr. 15, 2006, $1,100 each. Noxubee bull calves, weaned, 500-700 lbs., $500
not a dealer, buyer, seller or business Co., Macon, 662-726-5664. each. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662- PB Charolais bulls, 12-18 mos. old,
Perry Co., openings in a year round person engaged in trade.” Only in-state 323-2184 nights. very gentle, $1,000 each; PB Charolais
managed hunting club, lakes, creek & residents are allowed to advertise with- 62- Brangus, 10- Charolais heifers, 5- heifers, 12-18 mos. old, very gentle,
river frontage, 21 food plots, estab- in this category. 8 mos. bred (vet checked) to black Reg. Brangus bull, 4 yrs. old, gentle, $900 each. Covington Co., Seminary,
lished shooting houses, good family Limousin bulls, weigh 900-1,200 lbs., easy kept, has been shown, $1,250. 601-722-4609.
environment, yearly dues $500. New Catfish fingerlings, $150/1,000 & up; $1,100 each if all taken. Montgomery Attala Co., Ethel, 662-674-5481 nights.
Augusta, 601-964-3662. Coppernose Bluegill or Native Bluegill, Co., Duck Hill, 662-565-2311. Reg. Texas Longhorn, young herd sire,
Shellcracker (Redear sunfish) $25/100 14- excellent replacement heifers, throws lots of color, horn & show qual-
Holmes Co., approx. 1,200 acres, great & $200/1,000; Florida bass or F-1 bass, Outstanding group of 2 yr. old Gelbvieh Angus based, black & black baldies, 9- ity calves, $2,000 OBO. George Co.,
hunting, seeking 2 members for gun $90/100. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-425- bulls, all polled, black or red, $1,600 & are 4-6 mos. old bred, $850 each; 5- Lucedale, 601-947-2216. Email:
season only, 25 plots & 35 stands, lots 4480. up; 12-18 mos. old, $1,250 & up. open/ready to breed, $750 each. firstname.lastname@example.org
of deer, $1,000 dues, only 10 members Newton Co., Lawrence, 601-775-9212. Simpson Co., Magee, 601-847-2103.
total. Brandon, 601-573-9450. Channel catfish, $120/1,000; All bream, 4- Black Brangus type heifers bred to
$200/1,000; Fathead Tuffy minnows, Reg. Brangus heifers, 8- total, weaned, 11 Reg. (Camp Cooley bloodlines) Black Angus bull to calve in early
Winston/Attala Co., 10,000 acres $40/1,000; Grass carp, black crappie Pathfinder, Sleep Easy & Newsday Brangus heifers bred A.I. to Brinks spring, & 1- red Brahman cow, $950
deer/turkey hunting club has openings bass, koi & goldfish, $10/lb. Randall bloodlines, $800 each. Itawamba Co., Lead Gun, weighing approx. 1,100 lbs., each. Covington Co., Mt. Olive, 601-
for members, dog & still hunters wel- Slade, Pearl River Co., Lumberton, Tremont, 662-315-1531. start calving Jan., $2,000 each. Clay 765-1330.
come, Big Buck Program, $1,000 dues. 601-796-2000. Co., West Point, 662-295-3816.
Philadelphia, 601-479-7605. 5- Reg. Charolais heifers, 5-9 mos. old, 20- pet cows & 1- pet bull, $19,500;
Performer 181, Wy. Wind & Duke Reg. Red Brangus bulls, top bloodlines, 10- heifers, $5,500. Covington Co.,
Channel catfish fingerlings, $120/1,000 bloodlines, gentle, polled, exc. quality, Collins, 601-517-5700.
Madison Co., individual has 2- 300 acre gentle, low birth weight, breeding age,
& up; All bream, $200/1,000., pick up out of great cows, $3,900 for group.
lease & would like a few good members guaranteed breeders, $1,250-$1,500.
or delivery available. Greene Co., Sand Grenada Co., Holcomb, 662-227-2705. 3- exceptional 3 yr. old Angus bulls,
to share with, $750-$1,000 annually, Leake Co., Kosciusko, 662-289-3409.
Hill, 601-989-2466. they were 3 of the top bulls at the
also camp in Attala Co., $400 annually.
Jackson, 601-929-2221. Reg. Angus bulls, 1- 3 yr. old 1407 son, Reg. full French Charolais cattle, exc. November 2004 BCIA sale in Raymond,
Freshwater shrimp, lobster taste, low $2,500; 2- 24 mos. old, $1,800; 12 mos. quality, very gentle, bulls $1,250 & up, $2,000-$3,000 each. Claiborne Co.,
fat, calories, iodine, sodium, choles- old, $1,100., AHIR & EPD’s. Tippah heifers $800 & up. Smith Co., Mt. Port Gibson, 601-437-6248.
MISCELLANEOUS terol, individually quick frozen, per lb: Co., Blue Mountain, 662-685-4269. Olive, 601-849-4446.
medium $8.99., large $11.99., jumbo Young black cows bred to Reg. Angus
Clay shoot by Lincoln Traps, The $13.99. Lauren Farms, Washington Reg. black Simmental & Angus bulls PB Charolais bull, 11 mos. old, make bull, wormed, $925 each; Black heifers
Falcon model, manual, double loaded, Co., Leland, 662-390-3528. Email: by top A.I. sires, all gentle/on feed, good herd bull, $800. Monroe Co., bred to Reg. Angus bull, $1,000 each,
$275. Montgomery Co., Kilmichael, email@example.com some are halter broke, outstanding Smithville, 662-651-4641. heifers have had all shots. Calhoun Co.,
601-497-1167. EPD’s for growth/calving ease, Bruce, 662-983-7647.
Channel catfish, $150/1,000 & up; All $1,000/up. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 6- excellent Angus replacement heifers,
Dog box, 72” x 38” x 24”, solid weld bream, $200/1,000; Grass carp, $5 601-737-5362. weaned, shots/wormed, bunk broke, 2- Reg. FB Limousin bulls, halter
alum., treated plywood floor, $400 each; Large mouth bass & Florida bass, gentle, $675 each. Clay Co., West broke, exc. EPD’s, 23 mo. old, Punch,
cash. Smith Co., Raleigh, 601-536- $1 each, pick up or deliver. Forrest Co., Reg. Brangus bulls, 3 yrs. old, $2,000; Point, 662-494-4988. 1,800 lbs., $2,300; 13 mo. old, Special
3961. Hattiesburg, 601-466-5113. 19 mos. old, $1,750., weaning age K X Punch, 1,150 lbs., $1,500. Jones
bulls, $800., Newmaker & Newsday 2 yr. old Reg. Charolais bull, childs 4-H Co., Ellisville, 601-498-8681.
Portable blind, $75. Hinds Co., bloodlines. Union Co., New Albany, project, $1,500. Winston Co.,
Charolais, a good selection of service
LIVESTOCK 662-534-7899. Noxapater, 662-724-2448.
age bulls, good disposition, $1,000 &
Grand Old Man climbing stand for the All livestock must be from bona fide Reg. Angus bulls, exc. bloodlines, gen- 9- cross-bred cows, 5- w/calves & 4- up. Jones Co., Ovett, 601-344-7248.
big man, in exc. cond., w/bow holder, livestock farmers. We cannot accept tle, low birth weights, A.I. sired by bred, $8,200 for all. Smith Co., Mize,
$150. Rankin Co., Pearl, 601-421-0568. notices from livestock dealers, order Traveler 004 & GAR Expectation, 601-733-9733. 2- Brangus type heifers, A.I’d to calve
buyers or persons selling on a commis- AHIR, EPD’s, $1,000. Simpson Co., in Feb., 5- 3 yr. old Brangus type cows,
Custom built shooting houses, approx. sion basis. All livestock bought by farm- D’Lo, 601-847-4434. Reg. Romagnolas, 7 yrs. old w/bull 4-6 mos. bred, $9,100 for all. Yazoo
6”-8” off ground, 4x4x8- $280; 4x6x8- ers for resale purposes are not eligible calves - approx. 5 mos. old, $2,500/pair, Co., Yazoo City, 662-571-2996.
$365; 6x6x8- $470., welded frame, for this free advertising. All livestock Reg. Brangus bull, 7 yrs. old, still a calves are registered. Attala Co., West,
wood sides, metal top & painted. Hinds listings must have a signature and be good bull, need to sale due to keeping 662-967-2062. Reg. Angus heifers, 6- bred heifers,
accompanied by the following state- granddaughters of GAR Precision 1680
Co., Edwards, 601-421-6054 leave mes- heifer calves, $1,200. Greene Co.,
ment in order to be published in the Reg. Brangus: 4 yr. old herd bull, son of bred to GAR Expectation 4915, $1,200
sage. Bulletin: “I am a farmer and not a live- Richton, 601-989-2347.
Transformer of Brinks, out of Gerimo each or take all for $6,900; Bulls $1,500
stock dealer, order buyer or persons
Shooting houses, 1- all metal, 4’ off who sells on a commission basis.” Only Reg. full French Charolais bulls & of Brinks dam, 18 mo. old grandson of each. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville, 662-
ground, on skids, $450; 1- black, all in-state residents are allowed to adver- females, polled & dehorned, exc. quali- Transformer, $2,500/up. Jackson Co., 769-1183.
plastic sportsman condo, $625., both tise within this category. ty, weaned to breeding age, $1,500 & Hurley, 228-588-6357.
large for 2- hunters, never used. Scott up. Winston Co., Louisville, 662-773- Irish Dexter bull calf, black, small
Co., Morton, 601-732-2927. 6824. Reg. Red Brangus bull, 6 mos. old, nice stock, really good conformation, will
BEEF CATTLE club calf prospect, will consider trading make very good herd sire, $500.
3- dog Tri-Tronics Trash Breaker Ultra, Reg. Black Angus bull, exc. bloodlines, for nice black young brood cow or Neshoba Co., Collinsville, 601-656-
2 mi. range, $500; 1- dog Tri-Tronics gentle, low birth weights, sired by GMJ heifer of breeding age, $750. Carroll 1900.
Waterfowl Special, $225. Lincoln Co., Reg. Shorthorn bull, 2 yrs. old, gentle Mischief, calved 8/25/98, $1,400 OBO. Co., Carrollton, 662-237-6313.
Wesson, 601-833-1359. & ready for service, $1,800; 5- Black Lee Co., Mooreville, 662-844-4072. Reg. full French polled bulls & females,
Angus-cross heifers, out of PB Angus 1- 3 yr. old Brangus bull & 1- 4 yr. old $1,250 & up, full French semen avail-
12’ deer stand, 2-man that leans on cows, replacement quality, $550 each. Reg. Black Angus cattle, 18 mo. old Brangus bull, $1,250 each, no papers. able. Scott Co., Harperville, 601-625-
tree, in exc. cond., used 1 yr., store Kemper Co., Dekalb, 601-743-5284. heifers, $1,200; 4- bull calves, 10 & 12 Newton Co., Newton, 601-683-7888. 7111.
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Reg. Black Angus bull, born 9/23/04, CAE negative, $150. Harrison Co., low bark, MSM, glucosamine & chon- Harrison Co., Pass Christian, 228-255- rels, $2,000. Oktibbeha Co., Starkville,
Traveler, Scotch Cap, Rito, Westwind Saucier, 228-861-7526. droitin, 3 oz. roll on, $23.99 or 8 oz. 8056 call before Noon. 662-323-5091.
bloodlines, 480 lbs. on 205 weight day, tube $36.99. Franklin Co., Meadville,
EPD’s BW +1.9, ww +30, $1,000. Union Boer bucks, 4-10 mos. old, 3/4, 7/8 & 601-532-6060. SSHBEA Reg. gaited colts, all colors, 9- really nice QH’s, some registered,
Co., Blue Springs, 662-321-0020. 15/16, very nice for breeding, 4 gentle, all natural gaited, beautiful, gentle, some broke, palomino gelding
Ennoblements, Magnum & Eggsfile great potential, ready to be weaned, cow horse & timed event, some mares
24- Brangus/Angus cross heifers, calve lines, $125 & up. Walthall Co., EXOTIC LIVESTOCK & PETS $500 & up. Scott Co., Lake, 601-775- bred to Reg. paint stallion, $500 & up.
from Jan. 25th thru Apr. 25th, heifers Tylertown, 601-222-1675. 3733 after 6 p.m. Jasper Co., Heidelberg, 601-580-7118.
weighing approx. 1,000 lbs., black & Red deer, venison for sale, grass fed,
black baldy, $25,200 if all taken. Clay IBGA Reg. full South African Boer grain fed, farm raised, whole or half 6 mo. old chestnut natural gaited mule Beautiful dun pony gelding, super gen-
Co., West Point, 662-425-0991. buck, born 3/8/05, $175. Winston Co., carcasses only, low in cholesterol, low filly, both parents are natural gaited, tle, catch anywhere, 52” performance
Louisville, 662-773-7263. in fat, $2.99/lb. Marion Co., Foxworth, dam- TW, $1,000. Jefferson Davis Co., prospect, QH build, endless possibili-
4- Reg. Beefmaster bulls, 9-16 mos. 601-736-5057. Prentiss, 601-792-4050. ties, $1,000. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-
old, 2- Panther sired (black), color- ADGA Reg. Nubian buck, 7 yrs. old, 540-1409.
black, brindle, red & a paint, $1,000 & black/white, healthy & beautiful, $200. 3- gerbles, black, gray & brown, all for 12 yr. old white stud, 1/2 Arabian & 1/2
up. Pike Co., Summit, 601-276-3435. Leake Co., Carthage, 601-267-9843. $10. Neshoba Co., Philadelphia, 601- QH, gentle, broke to ride, 15 H, $1,200. Shire draft horses, 1-8 yrs. old, gray,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 656-5068. Rankin Co., Carthage, 601-824-4263. bay & black, some trained to pull/ride,
2- female pygmy goats, 1- female kid $3,000-$5,000; 1/2 Shire & 1/2 QH bay
Black Angus bull, 2 1/2 yrs. old, used to 3 wks. old, 1- male pygmy goat, $35 13- red deer, 1- trophy buck 6x6, 1- Donkeys, young jack & jennies, $100 & mare, $2,000. Chickasaw Co., Okolona,
breed heifers, very gentle, $1,175. each. Amite Co., Osyka, 601-542-5471 3 yr. old buck 2x2, 2- young bucks, 8- up. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-482- 662-447-3833.
Scott Co., Forest, 601-625-8669. after 7 p.m. bred does, 1- young doe, $5,000 or sell 1660.
separate. Scott Co., Morton, 601-732- 11 yr. old grey Saddle Horse gelding,
Reg. Simmental heifers, PB & FB, 3- brush goats, 2- nannies & 1- billy, 2258. Reg. APHA fillies, fine conformation, ridden by woman, great trail horse,
some ready to breed, black & red, about 1 yr. old, pretty colors, $100 gentle, ready to train, $800 & up; 1- easy keeper, no bad habits, $1,700.
Fleckvieh influenced, some select A.I. firm. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-425-1557. Red deer, 7 total, various ages & sex, mature stallion, white/sorrel, proven Hinds Co., Flora, 601-672-3001.
show heifers, $900 & up. Lincoln Co., exc. cond., $250-$450 each. Jones Co., paint producer, $3,000; Gray mare,
Brookhaven, 601-833-1486. 2- Dwarf Nigerian dairy goat nannies, Ellisville, 601-752-6000. trail/pleasure, $2,500. Jones Co., Reg. AMHR weanling & yearling fillies
unbred, 1 yr. old in age, very healthy, Moselle, 601-752-2388. & mares, $500-$700 each. Chickasaw
1- Reg. polled black Saler bull, 5 yrs. wormed, all shots, registered stock, Co., Okolona, 662-447-2248.
old, great for heifers, keeping heifers,
$1,800. Greene Co., Richton, 601-989-
$650 for pair, not sold individually.
Pearl River Co., Poplarville, 601-795-
HORSES, MULES 19 mo. old buckskin QH gelding, exc.
on ground exercise, $800; 5 yr. old Paint Saddle Horses, all ages, $500 &
2496 after 5 p.m. 9205.
& JACKS Saddle Horse gelding, easy to ride, very
gentle, $900. Newton Co., Hickory,
up. Chickasaw Co., Okolona, 662-447-
All horses, mules and jacks must be 601-646-0638.
DAIRY CATTLE RABBITS from bona fide livestock farmers. We Reg. TWH weanlings, yearlings & rid-
cannot accept notices from horse deal- Shetland pony, 42”, light tan, white ing horses, championship blood
ers, order buyers or persons selling on a
Jersey bull, 10 mos. old, ready for light California & New Zealand cross rab- mane/tail, well broke for riding or dri- w/many WGC in background, all classy,
commission basis. All listings of horses,
service, $500. Covington Co., Mt. Olive, bits, $10 each; Mini Rex rabbits, $15 mules or jacks must have a signature ving, extra good w/children, $400. naturally gaited, $400 & up. Simpson
601-797-4726. each. Hinds Co., Utica, 601-885-6986. and be accompanied by a statement Noxubee Co., Macon, 662-549-9877. Co., Magee, 601-847-5025.
from the seller that he agrees to furnish
Swamp rabbits - Cane Cutters, good the buyer a copy of the original negative 3- Reg. TWH black/white tobiano colts, Bay 4 yr. old John mule, 14.1 H, broke
GOATS & SHEEP runners, $10 each. Yazoo Co., Benton, Coggins test for Equine Infectious 1- filly & 2- studs, 2- are Pusher blood- to saddle, just needs riding, loads, clips
662-673-9965. Anemia (E.I.A.) that was performed line, approx. 6 mos. old, haltered & & trims, shots/coggins current, $1,000.
ADGA Nubian dairy goats, does, bucks within the past 12 months prior to sale gentle, $1,050 each. Scott Co., Lake, Union Co., Blue Springs, 662-869-
& kids, top quality, show stock from a Little “Hops” rabbits: Dutch, Californians on horses, mules and jacks, except nurs- 601-775-3592. 2384.
healthy herd, $250 & up. Covington & Mini Rex, breeding stock or small ing foals. Only in-state residents are
Co., Seminary, 601-752-5552. ones, also have good fryers, $7 & up. allowed to advertise within this category. Paso Finos: 4 yr. old bay filly, super Line bred Poco Bueno Tom, Zippios Mr.
Rankin Co., Pearl, 601-932-2074. smooth, exc. disposition, father is Good’Bar, Royal King, Poco Dell, Poco
Herd sellout, 28 head, full South 3-18 mo. old horses, palominos & red multi time national champion, $6,000; Taito crosses, palominos, buckskins,
African red codi/CPI buck, full South PB Californias, from Reg. ARBA stock, duns, Little Peppy, Doc O’lena, Young 3 yr. old super sweet gelding, $3,500. bays & sorrels, pleasure or perfor-
African red buck, full South African $8 & up, some breeders available, cages Gun bred, 1- palomino stud ready to Pearl River Co., Poplarville, 601-795- mance, $300/up. Tate Co., Coldwater,
doe, hay racks, mineral feeders, built on request. P&I Rabbitry, Smith breed in 2006, $1,000/up. Chickasaw 9190. 662-292-0368.
troughs, $6,000. Forrest Co., Petal, Co., Mize, 601-733-5456. Co., Okolona, 662-447-2441.
601-582-2728. Reg. TWH black mare, 5 yrs. old, 16 H, Reg. TWH/SSHBEA stud, 15 mos. old,
PB show quality Mini Rex & Himalayan Golden buckskin gelding, started Pusher & Midnight Sun bloodlines, chestnut/white, gentle, natural gaited,
Fainting billy goats, $50 each. Walthall rabbits, $25. Forrest Co., Hattiesburg, under saddle, very quiet, APHA Reg., gentle, broke, no bad habits, $1,200. real nice colt, great breeding prospect,
Co., Tylertown, 601-876-5306. 601-270-4873. world champion Cherokee Indian & Pontotoc Co., Pontotoc, 662-489-6059. $2,000. Wayne Co., Richton, 601-735-
Cutter Bill bloodlines, will make big 3536.
2- IBGA FB Boer does, $250 each; 1- Florida Cottontail, $8; New Zealand horse, $650. Amite Co., Summit, 601- 4- APHA mares, all 3-in-1 packages, all
IBGA FB Boer buck, $200; 7- percent- Whites, $8-$10; Fuzzy Lop Eared, $10; 684-1519. babies tobianos, $10,000 for all or Donkeys, keep dogs out of your pas-
age Boer bucks, $80-$100 each, sire- Dutch, $6; Mixed New Zealand Whites, $3,000 each; 1- overo ranch gelding, ture, train your show calves & colts the
South African Boer. Marion Co., $6-$8; Mini Rex rabbits, $15 each. QH trained for roping, $2,500; Pack $4,000. Amite Co., Centreville, 601- easy way - use donkeys, $250 & up.
Foxworth, 601-731-6470. Chickasaw Co., Houston, 662-456- mule, trained for coon hunting, $350 645-6565. Neshoba Co., Philadelphia, 601-656-
5838. w/saddle; Reg. Arabian, 26 yrs. old, 5717.
Young milk goats, milking now, 1- $300. Amite Co., Osyka, 601-542-5471 AQHA Reg. sorrel gelding, 8 yrs. old,
2 yrs. old, $80; Others $60-$125., cash. Mini Rex, Mini Lop, Dutch, New after 7 p.m. w/blaze face & 2- white stockings, POA 13 H gelding, trained for games,
Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 601-835- Zealand & California, all sizes, $8 & up. beautiful build, very friendly w/good very speedy, great on trail rides too, up
0853. Lamar Co., Purvis, 601-794-6864. AQHA Jet Decks great grandson, born manners, needs exp. rider, $1,200. to date on shots, coggins, etc., $500.
4/8/05, bay, built for speed, $1,000. Lamar Co., Hattiesburg, 601-579-7463. Hancock Co., Pass Christian, 228-324-
Wool sheep, 1- proven ram, 2- males, 3- 50- Missouri Swamp rabbits, $5 each. Amite Co., Summit, 601-249-3624. 5646.
ewes bred back, $350 cash, will consid- Smith Co., Raleigh, 601-269-3202. Email: email@example.com 14 yr. old QH mare, gentle for anyone
er partial trade in on bales of good feed- to ride, good for trail riding, sorrel AMHA/AMHR miniature horses, very
Sandwon & Florida Cottontail rabbits, 4 yr. old gelding, started on barrels, w/blaze 2- rear white stockings, $500. correct, sweet mini’s, 4- mares, 2- fil-
ing hay. Lamar Co., Purvis, 601-794-
8 wks. old & up, $5 each. Chickasaw running 3D times, my 9 yr. old son Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-9554. lies, 3- colts, most around 28”, some
Co., Houston, 662-456-2292. pushes out steers on him at rodeos, mares in foal, starting at $1,000-
1- Reg. Nubian goat bred to Reg. great disposition, $3,500. Grenada Co., Reg. TWBEA/SSHBEA/NSSHA Spotted $2,000. Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-825-
Nubian, $275. Choctaw Co., Weir, 662- SWINE Thaxton, 662-322-3947. Alen Again 2 yr. old black tobiano filly, 3947.
547-9690. green broke, would make exc. future
AQHA 3 yr. old bay gelding, 15 H, breeding prospect, $2,500. Oktibbeha 2- 2 yr. old black-brown nose mules,
ABGA, IBGA & USBGA Reg. full South Beautiful potbelly sow, $50. George gente, broke to ride, make good pole or Co., Starkville, 662-323-9259. Email: have been worked 6- times, gentle,
African Boer buck, born 2/23/00, hate Co., McLain, 601-945-2418. barrel horse, Doc Bar & Dash For Cash firstname.lastname@example.org make 1,200 lb. mules, $2,000.
to sellout but having to change blood- bloodlines, $1,800. Hinds Co., Byram, Tishomingo Co., Belmont, 662-454-
line, $300. Simpson Co., Harrisville, EMUS, OSTRICHES, 601-373-9122. TWH/SSH Spotted Alen mare in foal, 9703.
601-668-9504. $3,000; TWH MG mare in foal, $2,600;
EQUIPMENT & PRODUCTS 1- black/white filly, bloodlines to Strait TWH/SSH weanling filly, $600; TWHBEA palomino filly, ready to start
FB South African Boer billies, born From Texas, Leo, Surprise Tag, Price Yearling spotted mule gelding, TWH riding, beautiful conformation, color,
Jan. 2005, $200 & up. Jones Co., Emu oil, natures finest moisturizer, 2 Tag, Leo Tag & Strait Texas, will cow & dam, $800. Monroe Co., Amory, 662- pedigree, shots/wormed, trimmed,
Moselle, 601-752-2488. oz. $15; Arthritis & pain relief cream perform, $1,200. Amite Co., 256-2771. weanling black filly by Wired, beautiful
w/MSM, emu oil, chondroitin, glu- Centreville, 601-810-4912. & gentle, starting at $2,000. George
Nubian buck, Nubian/brush nannies, cosamine, 4.6 oz. $19.95., shipping Reg. TWH gelding, 15 H, gentle, lady Co., Lucedale, 601-947-4448.
$45 each. Hinds Co., Jackson, 601-346- available. Bamboo Emu Farm, 3- riding mules, ages 2 1/2, 4 & 8, $800 ridden & owned, $3,000 firm. Madison
4650. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-693- & up. Newton Co., Conehatta, 601-625- Co., Madison, 601-201-3023. TWH/RH colts, all colors & shades,
1108. 8281 after 5:30 p.m. weekdays. cremello, palomino, spotted gray,
ADGA Reg. Nubian buck, 20 mos. old, Reg. Appaloosa mare, 5 yrs. old, brown black, chestnut, Handshaker & Pusher
dam is 1*M, pictures available at Extra strength Extreme Cryogel Sorrel QH mare, 16 H, approx. 10 yrs. w/white spots & star, Dash For Cash CG bloodlines, $400 & up. Chickasaw
www.2-gfarm.com, red w/black trim, enhanced w/pure emu oil, arnica, wil- old, very gentle w/children, $2,000. great granddaughter, started on bar- Co., Prairie, 662-456-4348.
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Reg. TWH bay gelding, 2 yrs. old, calm, AQHA 18 mo. old strawberry roan filly, AHA Reg. Arabian mare, 6 yrs. old, bloodlines, prices start at $3,000. 2 yr. old Reg. RH gelding, sorrel w/flax-
gentle & quiet, naturally gaited, gentle, $700 cash firm; APHA 28 mo. Polish/Russian bloodline, $1,500. Jackson Co., Vancleave, 228-826-3041. en mane/tail, 4- white stockings, trail
smooth, easy keeper, comes when old breeding stock filly, gentle but not Lincoln Co., Wesson, 601-833-8380. ridden, $1,300; 5 yr. old Reg. TW mare,
called, trail ridden, $1,500 cash. broke, $700 cash. Neshoba Co., APHA Reg. 6 yr. old palomino gelding, 15 H, black, $1,600. Jones Co., Ovett,
Chickasaw Co., Houston, 662-456- Noxapater, 662-724-2524. 19 yr. old paint mare, knows all speed very easy to handle, clips, loads, shoes 601-344-5564.
4429. events, great for exp. kid, $2,500; 5 yr. without any problems, anyone can
6 yr. old bay gelding, gentle, beautiful old AQHA gelding, 1D/2D barrels, lots ride, $2,500. Lincoln Co., Wesson, 601- QH mare, 4 yrs. old, started on barrels,
9 yr. old AQHA chestnut gelding, horse, $750. Lamar Co., Purvis, 601- of potential, $7,500. Marion Co., 833-1359. Dash For Cash & On A High bred,
WFQA halter reserve champion, all 268-9670. Foxworth, 601-736-3561. $3,000; QH gelding, 3 yrs. old, broke to
around pleasure & speed event horse, 2- jack donkeys, born 2005, from wild ride, $1,500. Rankin Co., Florence,
gorgeous, out of Chocolate Chip, Child safe 15 yr. old pony mare, great Thoroughbred stallion, $1,500; Black stock, raised in pasture w/cows & 601-845-8678.
$7,000. Warren Co., Vicksburg, 601- for whatever level of riding, has colt on TWH stallion, $950; Spotted Walking goats, great for pets or predatory con-
638-8988. her side, so won’t be ready until colts, $1,000 & up; Solids $650 & up. trol, $1,000 each OBO. Noxubee Co., 8 yr. old QH gelding, has been hunted
Thanksgiving, $1,500 OBO. Covington Tippah Co., Tiplersville, 662-223-6407. Brooksville, 662-272-5030. on & used to pasture rope, gentle,
AQHA 6 yr. old red roan mare, bred to Co., Collins, 601-517-8581. Email: email@example.com $1,200. Attala Co., Kosciusko, 662-289-
work cattle, broke, rides good, has been 2- Paso Finos: 1- Reg. bay mare, 14 yrs. 7283.
trimmed & had shoes on, nice gentle 8 yr. old QH gelding, good trail riding 2- 3 yr. old AMHR pinto mares bred to old, $1,300; 1- Reg. bay gelding, 5 yrs.
horse, $1,500. Oktibbeha Co., Maben, horse, rode in Dixie National Wagon AMHA/AMHR 29” cremello stallion, old, $1,1,00., or both for $2,000. Union Pony, 44” tall, sorrel & white spotted,
662-549-9165. Train last 3 yrs., $1,000. Rankin Co., $850 & $1,000; 6 mo. old sorrel minia- Co., Myrtle, 662-988-0801 leave mes- used for lead-in for 4 yr. old child,
Richland, 601-933-0077 ask for David. ture filly, $450. Stone Co., Wiggins, sage. $500; Older gaited black/white spotted
APHA mare, tri-color, proven producer, 601-528-0913. mare, bred, $500. DeSoto Co.,
child broke, 1994 model, Lucky Go AQHA foundation bred colts/fillies, sev-
Black John mule, 8 yrs. old, 55” tall, Hernando, 662-429-7915.
Vantage, Joe Chief Bar, Magic Mount, APHA 2003 paint gelding, flashy sorrel eral to choose from, roans, grays &
works to wagon, plows & rides, $800.
$1,200. Hinds Co., Terry, 601-878-5872 tobiano, gentle, athletic, double bred buckskins, high percentage of Hancock
Monroe Co., Hamilton, 662-343-5249. 2 yr. old triple registered black/white
ask for Nancy. Mr. San Peppy, double bred Two Eyed & Blue Valentine, great disposition &
stallion, well trained, anybody can ride,
2- pony mares, 1- stud & 1- filly, $1,200 Jack, exc. roping or timed event conformation, $1,000/up. Tallahatchie
$3,500; 17 mo. old gaited bay gelding,
1- Reg. PB Arabian grey mare, 7 yrs. prospect, $1,250. Scott Co., Forest, Co., Tutwiler, 662-745-2938.
for all; Reg. TWH Silver Dollar mare gentle, anyone can ride, $1,000. Union
old, $650. Wayne Co., Buckatunna, 601-469-4052.
bred to Mr. Push Button stud, $2,500. Own son of Freckles Playboy, out of a Co., New Albany, 662-534-3613.
601-648-9201 after 5 p.m.
Prentiss Co., Baldwyn, 662-365-2623. NCHA money winning Doc’s Remedy
2005 AQHA colts & fillies, Two Eyed 2005 stud colt, red roan, sire- Poco
Reg. Missouri Fox Trotters, 2- palomi- Jack, Duel Pep, Poco, Zan Bar, Peppy daughter, trained in cutting, 6 yrs. old,
no weanling stud colts, 1- palomino AQHA solid black gelding, small horse, 15.2 H, sorrel, very stout, $5,500. Secret Flash, money earning in team
gentle, ridden by 6 yr. old boy, $1,200; San, Doc’s Sug, Freckles Powder River, roping, dam- is APHA, has points in
filly, $650 each; 8- bred broodmares, Hickory & Quixote, $800 & up. Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601-934-
$1,000 & up. Yazoo Co., Yazoo City, APHA mare, gentle, $800. Lincoln Co., 1069. team roping, Chiefs Danty Dee, $1,200.
Ruth, 601-833-6860. Neshoba Co., Union, 601-656-9156. Stone Co., Wiggins, 601-928-5426.
RTWH 9 yr. old grey gelding, ridden by 1- pair of mules, 7 & 8 yrs. old, w/new
5- AQHA fillies, 5 mos. to 2 1/2 yrs. old, Miniature donkeys, 35” & under, harness, covered wagon w/side flaps, APHA sorrel solid stallion, 5 mos. old,
chocolate, grays & spotted, jacks & lady, great gait, Generator bloodline, $150; Sorrel/white paint stallion, 8
palomino gray roan sorrel, Doc Shug $3,750; RTWH 5 yr. old spotted geld- brakes on all 4 wheels, $2,400.
Two Eyed Jack King, grade palomino jennies, starting at $500. Lauderdale Choctaw Co., Weir, 662-547-9690. mos. old, $285; QH bay filly, 1 yr. old,
Co., Meridian, 601-681-4200. ing, grey black/white, Pushers blood- $325., cash only. Smith Co.,
broodmare, $3,000 for all. Madison Co., line, $3,750. Forrest Co., Hattiesburg,
Flora, 601-879-3358. 3- Reg. QH geldings, 5-6 yrs. old, gen- Taylorsville, 601-785-6982.
1990 AQHA dun daughter of Highbrow 601-408-3163.
tle, anyone can ride, 1- palomino, 2-
Miniature jack, very gentle, great pet, Hickory/Clarks Doc Bar dam, tuned, paints, $2,000 each. Webster Co., APHA 20 mo. old gelding, 15 H, very
ready for weekend cuttings, open, Fancy sorrel Mammoth gaited jack & gentle, Joey Bar Bang Up (TB), Moon
catch anywhere, 31”, $400. Jones Co., Mathiston, 662-263-4300.
NCHA ME, producer of NCHA ME, jenny colts at weaning, mature 15 H, Deck, great barrel prospect, $900.
$10,000. Lincoln Co., Ruth, 601-833- also mature bred jennets, $500 & up. Jasper Co., Bay Springs, 601-764-7051.
6 yr. old buckskin mare, $900; 16 yr.
TWH, Spotted Saddle Horses, Paso 4619. Leflore Co., Greenwood, 662-453-5612.
old sorrel mare, w/papers, $750. Hinds
Fino’s, all colors, all ages, broke, green Co., Crystal Springs, 601-878-0052. 3- horses: blue roan mare, bred,
2004 colt, top notch cutting, reining, Reg. Paso Fino gelding, 14.2 H, 6 yrs.
broke & unbroken, also several bred Hancock breeding, sorrel gelding,
team penning prospect, 7- NCHA old, Walking Horse mare, 15.1 H, 7 yr. 4 yr. old Quarter mare, buckskin/white
mares & stallions, $350 & up. Kemper heading horse, 3 yr. old well bred geld-
money earners on his AQHA papers, old, good riding horses, $1,500 each. paint, broke, very gentle, smooth trot,
Co., Porterville, 601-479-6172. ing, 60 days prof. riding, $2,000 & up.
$1,500. Pearl River Co., Carriere, 601- Copiah Co., Crystal Springs, 601-892- lope, $850; Reg. SSHBEA gelding, 2 Lawrence Co., Monticello, 601-660-
TWHBEA/SSHBEA flashy bay tobiano 749-8456. Website: 2352. yrs. old, “Lit Up”, sorrel/white, $2,000. 7231.
gelding, 4 yrs. old, winner in lite shod www.candjhorses.com Clay Co., Montpelier, 662-494-7038.
classes at TWHBEA & SSHBEA shows APHA 2 yr. old mare, black/white, 15 H,
Donkey, gray jack w/cross on shoulder,
w/11 yr. old rider, $5,000. Oktibbeha very flashy, good bloodline, 30 days rid- 2003 dun Paso Fino gelding, Amadeus,
AQHA weanlings Kings Ranch & Rebel real gentle, eats candy out of your
Co., Starkville, 662-324-8008. ing, $1,000. Jones Co., Laurel, 601- Capitan & Resorte III on his papers,
Cause bloodlines, great disposition & hand, keeps dogs out of pasture, $250.
426-2981. $3,500 OBO, must sale due for surgery
conformation, line back buckskin colt, Lauderdale Co., Collinsville, 601-626-
2005 AQHA Incentive Fund chestnut $1,350. Monroe Co., Smithville, 662- on another horse. Rankin Co., 8367.
colt sired by Sir Cool Skip & out of 2000 AQHA race bred gelding, loping Pelahatchie, 601-854-8057.
315-0983. barrels, child safe, $4,000. Stone Co.,
granddaughter of Obvious Conclusion Sell out TW paint colts, 7-19 mos. old,
& Just To Impress, Hypp N/H, $3,500. Perkinston, 601-928-5882. Email: AQHA 4 yr. old gelding, finished for
7 yr. old mare, started on barrels & firstname.lastname@example.org 6- broodmares, 1- stud black/white
Jones Co., Laurel, 601-425-1505. heeling, $2,500; 17 yr. old heading & reining, gentle, can be ridden by youth, homozygous, Jail House Rock blood-
world qualifier barrel horse, $3,500; 17 will make nice 4-H, AQHA or NRHA line, $650-$1,200. Holmes Co.,
4- standard jennies & 2- standard geld- Beautiful black/white overo colt, APHA show horse, $5,000 OBO. Carroll Co.,
yr. old gray mare, $1,000. Rankin Co., Reg., grandson of Mr. Cisco, $800. Lexington, 662-834-3989.
ings, 1- paint jack, 1 yr. old, $250 & up. Florence, 601-845-5114. Carrollton, 662-237-6313 nights.
Covington Co., Collins, 601-765-8335. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-422-3900.
3- Missouri Fox Trotter colts, FB,
APHA 7 mo. old stud colts, $600 each; Saddle mare, 7 yrs. old, gentle, $600 1- filly, 2- males, $650 each. Jasper Co.,
Reg. TWH herd dispersal, many colors 3- mules, work to wagon & ride, 48”- cash. Leake Co., Carthage, 601-298-
8 yr. old bay overo mare, rides, $1,400; 57”, 1- hunted off of, $350-$850. Perry Heidelberg, 601-787-3744.
& top bloodlines, studs, bred mares, 1899.
4 yr. old bay QH mare, rides, $1,200. Co., Petal, 601-582-1694.
open mares, yearlings, $1,000 & up.
Harrison Co., Gulfport, 228-831-3849. Palomino gelding, very gentle, kid
Prentiss Co., Booneville, 662-728- 4- Reg. miniature male donkeys, gray
12 yr. old Reg. Appaloosa gelding, have broke, $650. Simpson Co., Magee, 601-
3925. Email: email@example.com duns, very good conformation, small,
NASDHA 15/16 Percheron premium owned him for 9 yrs., head, heel or trail 849-2446.
all around 30”, 3 of them are out of
Miniature horse mare, 2 1/2 yrs. old, spotted drafts, 18 mo. old stallion & ride, bombproof, $3,500. Covington spotted jennies, $350 each. Neshoba
AMHA Reg., 29” tall, beautiful little bay filly, $1,800 each; 4 yr. old mare, Co., Terry, 601-722-4546. 2004 AQHA sorrel gelding, gentle,
Co., Collinsville, 601-656-1900.
huge star, very gentle, must see, $1,100 $2,500; AQHA bay roan stallion, stout, Bob Acre Doc, Smart Little Lena,
cash. Kemper Co., Bailey, 601-737- $1,800. Washington Co., Greenville, AQHA Reg. weanings, sorrel stud colt 3- QH mares, $450-$600. Pike Co., Sonofa Doc, Doc’s Lynx on papers,
2868. 662-347-9725. & buckskin filly, big gentle colts, halter Ruth, 601-276-2842. $1,500. Webster Co., Maben, 662-258-
broke & handles easy, Impressive, 3073.
3- nice Welsh ponies, 1- paint, 1- light 2005 AQHA colts & fillies, Two Eyed Bonanza & Skipper W bloodlines, $800 18 mo. old palomino stud w/papers,
tan color, they do not bite or kick, 5 Jack, Duel Pep, Poco, Zan Bar, Peppy each. Lee Co., Tupelo, 662-842-4197. real gentle w/children, comes to you 2- AQHA palomino sisters, w/4- socks
yrs. old, $300 each. Neshoba Co., San, Doc’s Sug, Freckles, Poweder when he sees you & called, catches eas- & blaze, foundation bred, 3 yr. old
Union, 601-986-5800. River, Hickory & Quixote, $800 & up. Reg. TWH’s, riding horses & brood- ily, can be easily trained, $1,000. green broke, 6 mo. old halter broke,
Neshoba Co., Union, 601-656-9156. mares, all colors, $1,000 & up. Walthall Rankin Co., Mendenhall, 601-825- parents also for sale, $1,000-$2,000.
2001 AQHA bay gelding, 15 H, Peppy Co., Tylertown, 601-876-5950. 2346. Holmes Co., West, 662-967-2817.
San Badger, Dun Commander, Doc Reg. Paso Fino’s 5 yr. old mare, under
Clabber & Mr. Bud Bars Slip on papers, saddle, $3,500; 3 yr. old fillies, $1,500 2- trail mares, gentle & sweet, Walking 2003 APHA black mare, started on cat- Reg. Spotted Saddle Horse mares,
broke to ride, $1,600. Chickasaw Co., each, granddaughters of Capuchino; 11 Horse mare, 14 H, 10 yrs. old, good tle, exc. heeling prospect, Double Doc grade Saddle Horses & big ponies,
Okolona, 662-231-3169. yr. old mare, top breeding, $4,500. gait, Saddle bred mare, 16 H, 13 yrs. Horn, Dakota, Skippers Bar Doc on $750 & up. Madison Co., Canton, 601-
Bolivar Co., Cleveland, 662-843-9714. old, $1,250 each. Stone Co., papers, $2,200. Franklin Co., 937-4433.
5 yr. old grullo mare, quiet, running Perkinston, 601-928-0297. Smithdale, 601-567-2245.
4-D barrels, ready to push, Skipper’s Homozygous buckskin tobiano APHA 10 yr. old AQHA red roan stallion by
Lad, Puddenhead, Jackstraw, Poco 2004 colt, grandson of Joe Chief Bar, Paso Finos, herd reduction, 1- 9 yr. old 6 yr. old AQHA sorrel gelding, broke, Red Glow Nicky, good gentle trail or
bloodlines, $3,700. Newton Co., Lake, son of Chiefs Casanova, $5,000. mare, several pintos also available, just needs riding, 15 H, $1,000. Scott hunting horse, $1,200. Washington
601-938-0132. Madison Co., Canton, 601-853-1717. smooth, gentle, good disposition, exc. Co., Forest, 601-625-1600. Co., Hollandale, 662-822-9977.
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10 yr. old green broke QH, not regis- Amadeus, Simbolo & others, fees from CKC Chihuahuas, 2- males, build/temperament, spayed, $500, be rdy. this season, $40 ea., Oktibbeha
tered, sorrel gelding, tall & stout, built $1,000., plus shipping. Pearl River Co., shots/wormed, $125 ea., cash, Kemper Co., Bailey, 601-737-5094. Co., Sturgis, 662-465-6302.
like ranch or roping horse, fast, $800. Poplarville, 601-795-9190. Email: Washington Co., Leland, 662-335-
Rankin Co., Brandon, 601-454-9118. firstname.lastname@example.org 7856. 2- Beagle Bluetick males, 2 yrs. old, Rat Terrier puppies, parents on premis-
$250 ea.; Reg. Bluetick female Beagle, es, shots/wormed, $85, Oktibbeha Co.,
AQHA horses, ages 6 mos. to 7 yrs. old, Ivory’s Gold Generator, golden palomi- CKC Jack Russell puppies, $100 ea., $235; 5- litter mates, 1 yr. $185 ea., Starkville, 662-323-2203.
all have exc. bloodlines, must see to no, Reg. TWH & RHBA, sire- Royal Prentiss Co., Baldwyn, 662-365-2623. Chris Strickland, 10320 Road 311,
appreciate, pricing starting at $600. Ivory, grand sire- JFK, 10 WGC & Union, 39365. Newton County. Free to good home only, 1/2 Lab - 1/2
Holmes Co., Goodman, 662-472-2239 many palominos in background, fee CKC Basset Hound puppies, long ears, Blue Heeler pupies, 7 mos. old, Rankin
after 7 p.m. $150. Simpson Co., Magee, 601-847- big feet, lots of wrinkles, parents on UKCI Reg. Rat Terrier puppies, tri-col- Co., Florence, 601-845-1635.
5025. premises, shots/wormed, $200 cash, ored, very pretty, tails docked, $100 ea.,
2004 APHA stud colt, grullo in color, Forrest Co., Petal, 601-544-9909. Walthall Co., Sandy Hook, 601-876- Teacup & tiny Chihuahuas, Jack
has blaze face & white stockings, 2004 TWH palomino, line bred Generator, 5406. Russell Terriers, tiny Dachshunds, Rat
bay/white tobiano stud colt, both will 16 H, beautiful, great disposition, gait, AKC Boston Terrier puppies, healthy, Terriers, Red Nose Pit Bulldogs, catch
make nice colts, $600/up. Newton Co., fee $250., mare care $3/day, $4 w/foal, shots/wormed, perfect markings, AKC Reg. Lab puppies, black, 2- males, dogs & puppies, Yorkie-Poos,
Lawrence, 601-775-0237. multiple mare discount. George Co., black/white, born 8-25-05, males $350, 2- females, 1st shots/wormed, dew- shots/wormed, $150 up, Jasper Co.,
Lucedale, 601-947-4448. females $425, Pearl River Co., clawed, block heads, healthy, parents Heidelberg, 601-580-7118.
Timed event/pleasure horses, good Poplarville, 601-463-0154. on premises, good pedigrees, $250
child or adult horses, 1 small bay mare, OBO, Noxubee Co., Macon, 662-574- Red Bloodhounds, 11 mos. old, 1-
1 sorrel gaited mare, 1 buckskin filly, Reg. TWH/SSHBEA black/white spot-
ted, beautiful, exc. natural gait, AKC German Shepherd puppies, farm 1855. male, 1- female, $300 ea., Walthall Co.,
$600 & up. Rankin Co., Florence, 601- raised, 100% European bred, titled par- Jayess, 601-876-5487.
845-8292. smooth, Reg. TWH palomino, big,
beautiful, nice, very intelligent, all nat- ents, large bone, big box heads, bred Reg. Toy Rat Terrier puppies, beautiful,
for loyalty/family protection, males & black/white, make perfect small CKC Miniature Dachshund puppies,
2005 AQHA bay roan stud colt, very ural, fee $200 each. Chickasaw Co.,
females, $300 ea., Panola Co., Sarah, inside/outside dog, born 9-10-05, $125, smooth coat, red, black/tan, choco-
gentle, halter broke, Two Id Houston, 662-456-4429.
662-382-7135. Yazoo Co., Benton, 662-673-2393 late/tan, CKC adult longhaired females
Bartender/Tyrees Watch bloodlines, nights. & unrelated male, $150 up; CKC Boxer
$2,500. Madison Co., Flora, 601-624- Reg. TWH, SSHBEA, RHBA,
CKC German Shorthair Pointers, 4 puppies, $300, Kemper Co., Bailey,
3484. black/white stallion, 15.1 H, natural Reg. Beagle puppies, straight rabbit
mos., $300; Chihuahuas $350 up, adult 601-737-5289.
gaited, great disposition, siring “Spots stock, mature 30” or less, $75, Walthall
male $175; York-Chihs $300; Mini
Perfect “Christmas Happy”, AQHA & Without Trots”, fee $200., mare care Co., Tylertown, 601-876-9554. CKC Reg. Pekingese puppy, male, 3 1/2
Dachshunds $200-$350, free delivery
APHA great selection, top lines, all col- $4/day. Wayne Co., Richton, 601-735- mos. old, black/white spotted,
Jackson to Coast, Lawrence Co.,
ors, bay, black, grullo, palomino, buck- 3536. Treeing Walker female, 2 yrs. old, sire: shots/wormed, $300, Lawrence Co.,
skin & more, $1,200-$5,000. Lincoln Grntch Rock River Stone, $200, Lamar Jayess, 601-587-5682.
Co., Brookhaven, 601-833-5345. AQHA buckskin stallion, grandson of 3- Running Walkers, 10 mos. old, $75 Co., Sumrall, 601-758-3891.
Email: WindRiverHorses@aol.com Freckles Playboy top, great grandson of ea.; 5- Running Walkers, 13 mos.-3 Setter female, 20 mos. old, 100%
Doc O’lena bottom, great disposition, yrs., $100 ea., all are running, Franklin AKC Bloodhound puppies, $300-$500, Lewellin breeding, white/black mark-
Matching pair of sorrel mules, weight fee $500., free mare care. Jefferson Co., Meadville, 601-384-6230. 1st shots/wormed, rdy. 11-19-05; red ings, rdy. to hunt, $250, Calhoun Co.,
approx. 900 lbs. each, work well, trail Davis Co., Prentiss, 601-792-8891. male, 20 mos. old, red female, 19 mos. Bruce, 662-983-4427.
rides, rode in Dixie National, also gear CKC Boston Terriers, 4- males, 6 wks. old, not related, $500 ea., cash, Clay
& wagon, no junk, $3,500. Leake Co., 2001 red roan AQHA & NFQHA Reg., old, $300; AKC Chinese Crested, 3- Co., West Point, 662-494-8675. UKC/PKC Black/Tans, 2- females, 2-
Lena, 601-654-7756. Cactus Ben & King bred, trained in powder puff males, 1- powder puff males, 6 mos. old, $225 ea., Calhoun
heading & heeling, fee $500., plus female, $600, 1- hairless male $1,000, Belgian Malinois female puppy, 4 mos., Co., Bruce, 662-983-7647.
3 1/2 yr. old Reg. Missouri Fox Trotter mare care. Stone Co., Wiggins, 601- protection dogs, parents on premises,
Forrest Co., Hattiesburg, 601-261-
gelding, true buckskin, 15 H, gentle, 928-5426. Email: $600; German Shepherd, trained, 2 yrs. CKC/AKC Boxer puppies, 1st shots/tails
broke good, 6 mos. of trail riding, email@example.com old, $2,500; CKC Reg. Bloodhound docked/dewclawed, health guaranteed,
$1,500. Copiah Co., Hazlehurst, 601- AKC Labs, trained ducks/doves, males puppies, $600, Pearl River Co., $225 up, Union Co., New Albany, 662-
750-2820. APHA son of “RR Risky Masterpiece” 2x & females, 3 colors, heartworm free, Poplarville, 601-795-9190. 534-6827.
world & reserve champion cow horse grand sires FC/AFC, $1,500-$2,500,
American Saddle mare, bay w/4- socks, Free to good home only, 2 yr. old Red
events, 100% color & black producer, Scott Co., Forest, 601-469-2529. Reg. Miniature Pinschers,
goes anywhere, coon hunts, trail, traf- Heeler, listens well, genuine reason for
fee $600. Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601- shots/wormed, black/tan, red, males
fic broke, doesn’t spook, wagon train sale, Hancock Co., Kiln, 228-216-2940.
735-6093. PB Border Collie puppies, black/white, $450, females $550; Reg. Shih-Tzu
ready, $650. Scott Co., 601-625-8137.
1st shots/wormed, $150 ea., Hinds Co., female, black, shots/wormed, $650;
Reg. 2003 Appaloosa stallion, Jackson, 601-922-2755. Reg. Yorkies, shots/wormed, $600 up, AKC/ASCA/NSDR Australian Shepherd
Beautiful 14 yr. old QH/Saddle Horse
black/blanket/peacock spots, blood- Tate Co., Senatobia, 662-562-0666. puppy, born 8-2-05, black-tri male,
mare & 6 mo. old nursing filly, to be
lines trace to Zip’s Cochise, gentle dis- AKC Boston Terrier, small, 3- male champion bloodlines, $200 OBO, Jones
sold together for $750 or sold separate-
position, to limited outside approved puppies, black/white, $300 ea., AKC Papillons, 2- tri-colored females, 6 Co., Laurel, 601-425-1505.
ly for $375. Madison Co., Madison, 601-
Appaloosa mares only, introductory fee Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-2924. wks., parents on premises, shots, $700
856-5371. CKC Boston Terrier puppies, toy size,
$400. Lawrence Co., Jayess, 1-876- ea.; Adult male, 2 1/2 yrs., tri-colored,
TWH stud colt, black/white tobiano, 5417. Tri-color Beagles, $50 up, Rankin Co., must sell, $700, Lamar Co., parents 10 lbs., taking deposits for
halter broke, gentle, very flashy, foaled Pearl, 601-825-5720. Hattiesburg, 601-264-8920 after 6 pm. Christmas, $350 & $400, Newton Co.,
5/3/05, Spirit Of Apache bloodline, Own son of Doc Tari by own daughter Meridian, 601-527-5875.
$1,000 OBO. Tippah Co., Dumas, 662- of Cutter Bill, fee $400 LFG plus $3 Walker deer dogs, easy to handle, all 5- Beagle puppies, 8 wks. old, 1st
daily mare care, pictures & pedigree on ages, can be reg., $100 ea., Adams Co., shots/wormed, $75 ea.; 2- female AKC Beagle puppies, sire: LP RCH,
website: www.candjhorses.com. Pearl Natchez, 601-445-9806. Beagle rabbit dogs, $100 & $250, dam has fast speed, should be 14”
2- 15 mo. old palomino paint fillies, River Co., Carriere, 601-749-8456. Rankin Co., Florence, 601-218-6330 w/good hunt & speed, $100, Leake Co.,
1/2 Percheron & 1/2 QH, $2,000/pair. CKC Reg. Pug male, $100; CKC after 5 pm. Carthage, 601-562-0110.
Hancock Co., Bay St. Louis, 601-795- Gaited black Mammoth jack, w/white Siberian Husky male, $50; 1- pair
0447. Chihuahuas $300; Beagles $100 ea., Rabbit dogs, 7/8 Beagle - 1/8 Basset, Reg. pair Schnauzer puppies, small,
points, 56 1/2” tall, exc. disposition &
Jasper Co., Laurel, 601-729-8926. 5 mos. old, $60 ea., Jasper Co., Bay pretty, great for breeder pair, $800/pair,
conformation, proven producer of gait-
QH gelding, very gentle, pasture or Springs, 601-764-2339 after 7 pm. Jones Co., Laurel, 601-426-6369.
ed mules, fee $150; AQHA dun, founda-
hunting horse, 12 yrs. old, $1,200; Bay UKC Treeing Walker puppies, 5 mos.
tion bred, fee $200. Leflore Co.,
mare, 8 yrs. old, roping horse, gentle old, treeing on caged coon, 60 Gr. Ch. Golden Retriever female, 1 yr. old, CKC Chihuahua puppies, rdy. week of
for anyone, $1,500. Attala Co., in pedigree, $150 ea., Jackson Co., friendly, parents on premises, good Thanksgiving, white w/spots,
Kosciusko, 662-289-2286. Moss Point, 228-588-9432. family dog, good w/kids, $100, Neshoba black/tan, red sable, sire silver/blue
Broken Arrow’s Sundae, 1999, triple w/great apple head, males $250,
Co., Collinsville, 601-656-1900.
Reg. TWH Racking, SSHBEA, AKC Labs, 2- black males, started train- females $300, Winston Co., Louisville,
1- jenny, 3 1/2 yrs. old, grey/white, 1- black/white, stocky, easy, classy, fee
colt, $350; 1- jenny, 2 yrs. old, ing, $200 ea., Jones Co., Ovett, 601- AKC Akita puppies, 1- male, 662-773-9495.
$150. Clay Co., Montpelier, 662-494- 344-0944. sable/white, 2- females, black/white, 5
grey/white, $200; 1- jenny, 13 mos. old, 7038.
pet, $150. Leake Co., Carthage, 601- mos. old, big bone, $250, Chickasaw Beagle puppies, 6 wks., rabbit & deer
267-8195. AKC rabbit Beagle sellout, 3- adult- Co., Houston, 662-456-9041. stock $25 ea.; CKC Reg. Jack Russell
males, 5- adult females, 8 puppies, Terrier, male, squirrel stock $75; FB
APHA: 3- overo yearling fillies, will hal- DOGS double alum. dog box w/top storage, CKC Miniature Dachshund puppies, 2- female Pit Bull, good natured, $50,
ter, 1- stud colt, 3- weanlings, all out of Listings in this column must be $2,000 will not separate, Copiah Co., black/tan longhaired males, wormed, Simpson Co., Pinola, 601-847-5340.
Johnny Rico, $500 & up. Calhoun Co., accompanied by the following state- Wesson, 601-643-2762 after 7 pm. vet checked, parents on premises, $250
Houlka, 662-983-4443. ment with a signature: “I am a farmer ea., Hinds Co., Raymond, 601-885- AKC Dachshunds, black/tan, smooth,
and raised this dog (or these dogs) on ABC Reg. Border Collie puppies, 2- 6440 lv. msg. 1- female, 2- males, champion sire &
6 yr. old paint QH, $700. Itawamba Co., my farm”. Rural addresses must be males, black/white, beautiful mark- dam, shots/wormed, being crate
used. Dogs cannot be listed for kennels
Nettleton, 662-862-4010. even though they are on a farm. Dogs at ings, 3 1/2 mos., shots, health guaran- Maltese/Maltese/Shi-Tzu puppy, $300; trained, pets only w/spay & neuter con-
stud cannot be listed. Only in-state res- teed, from working stock, $100 ea., CKC Teacup Poodle male puppy, 3 mos. tract, $350 ea., Lawrence Co.,
idents are allowed to advertise within Marshall Co., Holly Springs, 662-252- old, less than 1 lb., too small for child’s Monticello, 601-587-7666.
HORSES AT STUD this category. 5663. pet, shots/wormed, $700 cash, Jones
Co., Ellisville, 601-477-2813. Reg. Standard Poodle puppies, blue &
18- Paso Fino stallions, many are CKC Reg. Siberian Husky puppies, AKC English Bulldog female, 6 yrs. old, black parti factor, shots/wormed,
national & world champions, blood- $300 each. Bolivar Co., Cleveland, 662- excellent pet/mother, black/white, 4- Running Walker puppies, 8 mos., groomed, $400 ea.; Dachshund pup-
lines include: Capuchino, Classico, 588-3456. $400; 2 yr. old red/white, excellent out of excellent deer dog stock, should pies, various colors, $300 ea., Amite
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Co., Gloster, 601-225-9798, e-mail: 3/4 OMC - 1/4 Treeing Walker puppies, Pearl River Co., Carriere, 601-590- Rat Terrier puppies, 10 wks. old, from AKC English Bulldog puppies, 8 wks.
firstname.lastname@example.org. born 8-3-05, shots/wormed, parents 1808. squirrel stock, $75 ea., Madison Co., 3- males, champion sired, red/white,
are squirrel dogs, Smith Streak, Mt. Flora, 601-750-0585. beautiful, $1,900, Pike Co., Summit,
CKC Reg. Rat Terrier puppies, tri-col- Jackson, Kemmer Yellow Bob blood- Beagle puppies, 2- males, 3 mos. old, 601-551-1000.
ored white, 1st shots/wormed, tails line, $150, Newton Co., Hickory, 601- parents good hunting dogs, tri-color, AKC Bassett Hound, 1 yr. old, tri-color,
docked, w/puppy starter pack, $100 635-4347. $100 pair, Rankin Co., Florence, 601- shots, heart meds, $150; CKC Mini Good rabbit dogs, $100-$300, Pike Co.,
w/papers, $75 w/o, many to choose 845-6315. Dachshunds, black/tan, adult male, Ruth, 601-276-2842.
from. Marion Co., Foxworth, 601-736- AKC Beagles, bluetick male $300, long hair, $100, Rankin Co., Puckett,
3596. lemon/white males & females, $100- CKC Reg. toy white Pomeranian pup- 601-824-4269. CKC Yorkie female, 5 mos., $1,200;
$300; Redtick puppies, born 9-4-05, pies, 1st shots/wormed, rdy. to go, 4-5 AKC/CKC, Pomeranians, males &
2- Catahoula hog dogs, females $200 $75 ea.; Redtick mother $200, lbs. when grown, $350 ea., Marion Co., CKC Yorkshire Terriers, 2- males, 1st females, 5 mos., $500 ea.; Poodle &
ea., $300 for both, Lincoln Co., Bogue Covington Co., Collins, 601-765-2257. Columbia, 601-736-6111. shots/wormed, puppy kit, $500 ea., Pomeranian females, $100; 7 mo.
Chitto, 601-734-6183. Leake Co., Carthage, 601-267-7836. Pomeranian male $250, Lincoln Co.,
CKC Reg. Blue & Red Heeler puppies, CKC Reg. Shih-Tzu puppies, family Wesson, 601-833-4562.
Reg. Bluetick puppies, male $75, born in Oct., wormed, tails docked, raised inside w/children, brindle, $200; Great Pyrenees puppies, raised
female $100; 2- Reg. Redtick female parents on premises, just in time for AKC Reg. white Lab female puppies, w/sheep, parents on premises, born CKC puppies, Shorkies, Yorkie-Poos,
puppies, 6 Reg. Bluetick puppies, $125 Christmas, $150, Simpson Co., Magee, parents white, already retrieving, good 9/14/05, $100 ea., Pearl River Co., Cock-a-Poos, Feist, Jack Russells, Toy
ea.; 3- Reg. Bluetick puppies, $100 ea., 601-849-3164 after 5 pm. w/children, $200, Chickasaw Co., Lumberton, 601-796-2270. Poodles, $100-$500; AKC puppies, Wire
rabbit Beagles, Chickasaw Co., Okolona, 662-542-6679. Fox Terriers, Yorkshire Terriers,
Houston, 662-456-2292. Feist squirrel dogs, several ages to Rat Terrier puppies, small, toy size, Chinese Cresteds, $400-$1,000, Smith
choose from, excellent bloodlines, excellent little inside/outside compan- Co., Magee, 601-269-3746.
CKC Yorkies, 2- males, standard size,
CKC Reg. yellow Labs, 6 mo. male, 60 $200-$800, Wayne Co., Waynesboro, ion, $100-$150; 1- pair of black Lab
born 9-3-05, $500 ea.; 2- AKC males,
days obedience training, retrieves on 601-735-2365. breeders, less than 2 yrs. old, $250 PB Blue Heelers, male & female, 1 yr.
toy, born 9-6-05, $750 ea., teddybear
command, health/hip/eye guarantee, cash, Lauderdale Co., Meridian, 601- old, rdy. to train, $100 ea.; 2- female PB
faces, rdy. to go, Lincoln Co.,
$400; 2 yr. female, blood trails deer, Reg. Treeing Walker female, 6 yrs. old, 934-7908. Heeler puppies, born 9-8-05, 1st
$450, Lawrence Co., Jayess, 601-876- Master Latch breeding, $1,500; Reg. shots/wormed, $75 ea., Jasper Co.,
5417. Treeing Walker female, 2 yrs. old, Pug male, fawn, 16 mos., $350, Rankin Pachuta, 601-727-4254.
Beagle, pack of 8, young, 5- males, 3- Co., Sandhill, 601-829-2472.
Stylish Banjo breeding, $500, Scott
CKC Reg. Bloodhounds, 9 wks. old, females, tri-color, 12”-13”, running AKC Basset Hound puppies, tri-col-
Co., Forest, 601-469-3628 between 8-5.
females, $300, Franklin Co., McCall good, hunt deer or rabbit, $100 ea., Jack Rat/Rocky Mountain Cur puppies, ored, red/white, $250; 6 mo. old pup-
Creek, 601-532-6411. UKC Reg. Bluetick Coonhound pup- $700 for all, Copiah Co., Hazlehurst, work champion squirrel dog blood- pies, tri-colored, red/white, 15 mo. old
pies, rdy. to start, out of World Ch. & 601-277-3337. lines, whelped 7-10-05, shots/wormed, tri-colored males, $200 ea., Prentiss
7- Beagle Deer Dogs, lost hunting Hammer breeding, $200, Perry Co., 2- males, 2- females, $50, Rankin Co., Co., Booneville, 662-728-0095.
lease, selling out, sell as pack only, Richton, 601-964-3729. Schnauzers $250; Chihuahuas $250- Jackson, 601-278-6173.
$800, Pontotoc Co., Ecru, 662-489- $350; Shih-Tzus $350, all CKC Reg., CKC Australian cattle dog puppies,
2939. AKC Australian cattle dog puppies shots/wormed, adults & puppies, AKC/CKC Peek-a-Poos, non-shedding, wormed, parents on site, $100,
known as Blue or Red Heelers, great Simpson Co., magee, 601-849-3851. tiny, several colors, $250 up cash, Calhoun Co., Vardaman, 662-682-7822.
Blue or Red Heeler puppies, 1st working dogs/family pets, available Smith Co., Polkville, 601-537-3650,
shots/tails docked, $75, Lowndes Co., 11/15/05, deposit holds until CKC Jack Russell puppies, marked e-mail: littlepawsbynell.com. Reg. Border Collie puppies, will make
Columbus, 662-328-8242. Christmas, $300 ea., Covington Co., great, short, good pet/squirrel good working dog & pet, 1st
Seminary, 601-722-4546. prospect, smart parents, shots & Jack Russell puppies, 4- females, short shots/wormed, $150, Jasper Co.,
American Pit Bull puppies, black, wormed, health guaranteed, $200, legs, smooth coat, close relatives on Stringer, 601-649-6310.
white, brindle, top quality, big, stout, AKC Reg. Beagle puppies, born George Co., Lucedale, 601-947-1678. premises, in many national publica-
$100 ea., Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, 8/20/05, lots of hunt/speed, good look- tions, shots/wormed, tails docked, PB English Shepherd puppies,
601-835-0283. ing $125 ea., Calhoun Co., Bruce, 662- Reg. Rat Terrier puppies, rdy. for pick $275, Scott Co., Forest, 601-536-2533. black/tan, born, 10-4-05, parents are
983-2184. up, $125 ea., Pearl River Co., smart, $75 ea., Choctaw Co., McCool,
PB Blue Heeler puppies, parents on Poplarville, 601-273-0299. 4- deer Beagles, 3-4 yrs. old, $75 ea., 662-547-7434.
farm, excellent working dogs, Close Up CKC Yorkshire Terriers, small type, 3- Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-5724
imported dog, $100; Rat Terrier pup- males, 1- female, born 10-20-05, $700 AKC German Shepherd puppies, rdy. after 4 pm. Australian Shepherd puppies, triple
pies, make good pets/squirrel dogs, ea., Winston Co., Louisville, 662-773- for Christmas, grand sire imported reg., watchdogs, red merles, $350.
$75, Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601-410- 4310 after 5 pm. from Germany, great grand sire was Beagle puppies, 10 wks. old, will be Copiah Co., Wesson, 601-894-3831,
1617. Memphis K-9 Maago, taking deposits, medium size, sire reg. straight rabbit e-mail: email@example.com.
Redtick, Bluetick & Walker dogs, start- $400 & $450, Tishomingo Co., Iuka, dog, dam PB, 1st shots/wormed, $50,
Reg. Border Collie puppies, born ed on coon, 2 yrs. up, some Reg, some 662-423-9646. Chickasaw Co., Houston, 662-447- German Shepehrd male, 28 mos. old,
9/24/05, out of ABCA dogs, from Great grade, $200 up, Perry Co., Petal, 601- 5573. red sable, gentle, good watchdog, $225
Britain National Champion & imported 582-1694. AKC Reg. Sheltie puppies, 1st cash, Franklin Co., McCall Creek, 601-
stock, $200, Lincoln Co., Brookhaven, shots/wormed, rdy. to go 12-2-05, CKC Miniature Dachshund puppies, 1- 823-4212.
601-833-1486. Straight Beagle rabbit dogs $300 & up; sable/white, tri-colored, males & shorthaired silver dapple male, 1-
Deer dogs, Redbone-Walker crosses & females, $300 w/AKC Reg., Jones Co., shorthaired silver dapple female, 1- CKC Maltese pair, proven female, 4.5
Free to good home only, 1/2 Red Heeler running Walkers, hunted outside, Ellisville, 601-477-3391 after 6 pm, longhaired black/tan female, 6 wks. lbs., male 8+ pounds, proven female
puppies, dam CKC Reg., beautiful must sell, $150 & up. Neshoba Co., e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. old, $150, Newton Co., Conehatta, 601- Toy Poodle, $1,500 cash for all, Marion
markings, Madison Co., Canton, 601- Philadelphia, 601-656-5717. 625-8393. Co., Improve, 601-731-9706.
331-5239. Jack Russell male, 3 yrs. old, $50,
CKC Jack Russell Terriers, whelped Carroll Co., Carrollton, 601-237-4411. AKC/CKC Boston Terrier puppies, Bulldog male, 2 yrs., $300; Bulldog
AKC German Shepherd spayed female, 10/11/05, white/black/tan, smooth shots/wormed, $400 ea.; CKC Jack male, 9 mos., shots/wormed, $100;
5 yrs. old, excellent for family w/chil- coat, tails docked, 1st shots/wormed, Lab puppies, 3- males, 2- brown, 1- yel- Russell puppies, 3- males, $250 ea.; 1/2 Doberman Pinscher-1/2 Pit Bull,
dren, $150 OBO; AKC German well bred, rdy. 11/29/05, parents on low, $100; FB male, trained to duck CKC Boxer, reverse brindle male, 7 shots/wormed, 4 mos., free to good
Shepherd puppies, rdy. for Christmas, premises, $150, Tippah Co., Ripley, hunt, holds on command, $100, Tippah mos., $250, Lincoln Co., Bogue Chitto, home, Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-
taking deposits, $250-$400, Chickasaw 662-837-7597. Co., Blue Mountain, 601-587-7198. 601-833-9245. 876-3319.
Co., Houston, 662-542-9317.
AKC Collie puppies, males & females, AKC Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies, Jack Russell male puppy, 5 mos. old,
Reg. black/tan Cur female, 1 1/2 yrs.
AKC Reg. Rottweiler German puppies, rdy. for Christmas, shots/wormed, nice born 9-24-05, 5- females, 1- male, $60; 6- CKC Reg. Basset Hound pup-
old, well started treeing, $250 cash;
dam 90 lbs., sire 110 lbs., on premises, pedigrees, $400 ea., Stone Co., red/white, $350 ea., Scott Co., Morton, pies, 10 wks. old, $100 ea., Perry Co.,
Mountain Cur female, 10 mos., $75
$300 ea., Hinds Co., Bolton, 601-866- Wiggins, 601-928-6408. 601-732-2488. Beaumont, 601-753-2710.
cash; Cur male, started, $100 cash,
9405, e-mail: email@example.com.
CKC Reg. Jack Russell puppies, born Leake Co., Carthage, 601-298-1899. 2- Beagle males, 3 1/2 yrs. old, excel- Reg. Beagle puppies, straight rabbit
CKC Reg. Great Pyrenees puppies, 3- 9/8/05, 2- black/white males, 1- 90% lent deer dogs, $250/pair; 8- Running stock, mature 13” or less, $75 ea.,
males, 1- female, $200 ea., Covington white male, 1st shots/wormed, tails AKC & grade rabbit dogs, $150 up, Walker deer dogs, trained outside, $125 Walthall Co., Tylertown, 601-876-4509.
Co., Mt. Olive, 601-797-3502. docked, dewclawed, parents on premis- Wayne Co., Waynesboro, 601-735- ea., Attala Co., Kosciusko, 662-289-
es, $250, Clarke Co., Meridian, 601- 4413. 7283. CKC Dachshund puppies, red, red dap-
Beagles, all must go due to health, 693-4675. ple, $225 ea.; CKC Reg. Mini
some running, some just starting, $60 Great Pyrenees, 2- males, 10 mos. old, PB Blue Heeler puppies, DOB 10-18- Schnauzers, black/grey, black, males
up, Rankin Co., Braxton, 601-825- CKC Teacup Poodle puppies, 10 wks. raised w/goats, excellent guard dogs, 05, good cow dogs, parents on premis- only $300; Jones Co., Laurel, 601-649-
6184. old, 1- black male, 1- black female, $150 ea., Tishomingo Co., Tishomingo, es, $75 ea., Jones Co., Laurel, 601-433- 5839.
each with a touch of white, parents on 662-438-6639. 6807.
AKC Sheltie female puppy, whelped premises, $600 ea., Neshoba Co., AKC/CKC Cocker Spaniels, Toy
9/5/05, sable/white/white collar, small Noxapater, 662-772-2524. CKC Reg. Jack Russell puppies, short AKC Labrador Retriever puppies, black, Poodles, Schnoodles, rdy. for
size, 1st shot/wormed, dewclawed, gen- hair, small type, bobtailed, black/white, chocolate, beautiful, 1st shots/wormed, Christmas, will hold w/deposit,
tle family pet, $300, Lowndes Co., AKC Reg. black Lab puppies, dam $175 ea., cash, Simpson Co., whelped 10-7-05, parents on premises, shots/wormed, $250-$350, Jasper Co.,
Columbus, 662-328-3233. chocolate, sire yellow, $50 for papers, Mendenhall, 601-847-0795. $150, Newton Co., Decatur, 601-635- Heidelberg, 601-787-3066.
free to a good home only w/o papers, 3327.
AKC German Shepherd puppies, born Jasper Co., Bay Springs, 601-764-4670. 1/2 Rat Terrier-1/2 Jack Russell puppy, AKC black Lab puppies, born 10-7-05,
10-19-05, working bred Western 9 wks. old, 1st shots/wormed, tails CKC Miniature Dachshund, 2 yrs. old, parents from imported bloodlines,
German import bloodlines, taking AKC Great Dane puppies, whelped docked, #1 squirrel stock, great pets, chocolate sable male, short hair, car- hunting stock, dam lives on farm,
deposits for Christmas, $400 & $450, 8/4/05, 1- male, 2- females, rare blue $100, Simpson Co., Harrisville, 601- ries blue eye gene, $200, Marshall Co., hunts, $300, Jones Co., Laurel, 601-
Newton Co., Meridian, 601-479-8441. merles, big beautiful puppies, $500, 845-7124. Holly Springs, 662-252-6617. 428-3873.
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★★★ UPCOMING EVENTS ★★★
UKC Reg. Rat Terrier puppies, President (601) 567-2513 or Deborah Flowers, MSEA Secretary (601) 532-
black/white, chocolate/white, born 6060.
10/17/05, $100 ea., Walthall Co.,
Tylertown, 601-876-5950. Handworks Holiday Show- Fri.-Sat., Nov. 18-19, 2005. Mississippi Trade Mart, I-55 Flea Market- Every 2nd & 4th Sat. of each month. Sell, buy and trade
Jackson, MS (Hinds Co.) Admission $5. Children under 12 free. “Stroller- your items and produce. Also Cajun food is featured. I-55 Exit 30 - West Side
Pekingese, Maltese, Mini Pomeranians, friendly” show. More than 120 exhibitors of fine arts and crafts gather for Bogue Chitto, MS (Lincoln Co.) For more information, call (601) 734-6606.
shots/wormed, health guarantee, $250 Handworks’ 24th bi-annual show. Perfect timing for holiday gift shopping. For
up, Chickasaw Co., Woodland, 662- more details, call 601-948-6436 or visit: Equestrian Girl Scout Troop- Girl Scout Troop 672, “The Horse Troop”, meets
456-3029. www.handworksmarket.com this fall at Reveillon Lodge Retreat Center and Arabian Horse Farm, between
Raymond and Byram, MS (Hinds Co.) We have openings for four girls. All
Horsemans Christmas Trade Day- Sun., Dec. 4, 2005. Lauderdale County scout age groups accepted. Full scouting program plus certified professional
AKC Reg. Derby Beagle puppies,
Agri-Center - Meridian, MS (Lauderdale Co.) Check in for horses starts at 9:00 riding instruction. Beginner and experienced riders welcome. Horse owner-
Blackcreek, Skullfort, Backroads
a.m. Horses, work stock, tack, trailers, equipment, dogs, etc., if you want to ship not required. For more information, call (601) 857-2545.
Buddy breeding, 5 mos. old, out of
straight rabbit dogs, $300 ea., Lincoln sell it, bring it. If you want to buy it, be here. No livestock auction. Owners will
Co., Wesson, 601-833-1359. display, sell and collect payment on items and stock sold. Tack vendors wel- Bogue Chitto Trade Day- 2nd & 4th Sat. of each month. Sell, buy or trade.
come, Concessions available. Covered arena and lots of room to try out hors- Chickens, ducks, guineas, turkeys, etc. Bogue Chitto, MS (Lincoln Co.). For
es. For more information, call 601-482-8498. more information, call (601) 734-3965 or (601) 833-4162.
4- Redbone deer dogs, good track dogs,
$175 ea. or $600 for all; 2- UKC Licensed Youth Coon Hunt- Sat. Dec. 10, 2005, at Morganfork
1/2 Blackmouth Cur-1/2 Mountain Cur,
Ocean Springs Fresh Market- is seeking vendors for Saturday market. Food,
Coonhunter’s Club, Meadville, MS (Franklin Co.) Bench show at 4:30 p.m. and jams, honey, cheese, produce, flowers, breads & cakes. For more information,
hog dogs, $300 ea, Attala Co.,
night hunt at 6:30 p.m. Great prizes, good food and good fellowship. call (228) 297-1935.
Sponsored by the Mississippi Raccoon Hunter’s Association. For club location,
contact Wesley Ratcliff at 601-384-2954 or Jeremy Rawls at 601-853-2880. South MS Fair Flea Market- Jan.-Aug. & Nov.-Dec. 2004. Held Thursdays,
Rat Terriers, 5- females, 1- male, 1- Fridays & Saturdays of each week at the Laurel Fairgrounds in Tie Barn, 1457
female w/5- puppies, $1,000 for all, Exotic Bird Fair- Sat.-Sun., Nov. 19-20, 2005, Mississippi State Fairgrounds Ellisville Blvd., Laurel, MS (Jones Co.). For more information or vendor infor-
Lincoln Co., Wesson, 601-823-4216. in the A & I Building, Jackson, MS (Hinds Co.) For more information, call mation, call (601) 649-9010.
601-575-1135. Website: www.birdshows.com
Barrel Clinic- Every Saturday, one-on-one instructor. Located at Horse Haven
SOUTH MS Freshwater Prawn & Shrimp Meeting- The United States Freshwater Prawn Stables in Byram, MS (Hinds Co.) Call for appointment (601) 502-8518.
FAIRGROUNDS & & Shrimp Growers Association will host their annual meeting at the Grand
Hotel Convention Center in Tunica, MS (Tunica Co.) Fri.-Sat. Dec. 9-10, 2005.
This meeting provides information for those interested in growing prawns,
the latest in university research and developments in the industry. For more
662-390-3528 or visit our website at: ORGANIZATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
Mississippi River Beekeepers Association- Another year has passed and 2005
dues are due. The cost is $5 for single and $7 for family. Please make checks
Website: www.themagnoliacenter.com ★★★ ONGOING EVENTS ★★★ out to Mississippi River Beekeepers and send to Wanda Magliocco, 17370 Oak
Ridge Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180. For more information, call 601-634-6167.
481 Flea Market- Every Saturday. Located 5 mi. north of Morton on Hwy. 481,
Wed., Nov. 16 under large covered building. Vendor spaces available. For more information Mississippi Raccoon Hunter’s Association- Promote and protect the sport of
Aerobics or vendor information, call 601-732-8644. raccoon hunting with dogs. President, Leonard Burchfield, 662-674-5087.
Thu.-Sat., Nov. 17-19 Join today. Send $10 to: Jerry Wheat, 353 Humphrey Road, Poplarville, MS
South MS Fairgrounds Flea Market Chicken Sale- Every Sat. morning at Hub City West Farm & Garden in 39470. For more information, call 601-772-9429.
Hattiesburg, MS (Forrest Co.) Chickens, ducks, guineas, rabbits & more. For
Fri., Nov. 18 more information, call 601-268-9400 or 601-584-0939. Woodcarvers- Anyone interested in the art of woodcarving from novice to
Aerobics expert is invited to attend the meetings of the Mississippi Pearl River
Sat., Nov. 19 Free Plant Swap Meet- Hurley Church of Christ, 8404 Hwy. 614, Moss Point, Woodcarvers, Inc. This organization meets twice monthly (on each 2nd and
Piney Woods Cattle Breeders Show MS (Jackson Co.) 4th Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Bring list of plants 4th Monday night) at the First Baptist Church in Terry, MS (Hinds Co.) For
needed or to share. For more information, call 228-588-6870 or 228-475- more information, contact: Patty Fultz (601) 924-4850 or James Buie (601)
Mon., Nov. 21 3363. 924-4690. Visit our website: www.geocities.com/pearlriverwoodcarvers
Fri.-Sat., Nov. 25-26 Historic Downtown Leland Farmers’ Market- Leland, MS (Washington Co.) Trail Dusters- We’re a family oriented club dedicated to trail riding, fellowship
South MS Fairgrounds Flea Market Fridays 7:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. beginning June 10th. Produce and live plant ven- and fun. A great ride is scheduled every weekend. Membership is only $12 a
dors needed. For more information, call 662-686-2687. year. For more information call Doug Jeter, (601) 636-6042.
Mon., Nov. 28
Aerobics Beagle Sale- 1st Sat. of each month, July thru November 2005, 6:00 a.m.-1:00 Mississippi Peacemakers- A Cowboy Action Shooting Club - affiliated with the
Wed., Nov. 30 p.m. Beagles and hunting dogs. Bring your dogs, buy, sell or trade. 12-acre Single Action Shooting Society. If you love the Old West, if you love Old Guns,
running pen for Beagles. Concessions available. $5 per person at gate. Panther if you love to have a good time in the company of friends and gunpowder -
Branch Beagles, Laurel, MS (Jones Co.) For more information, call 601-729- come visit us in Purgatory. We shoot the 3rd Saturday of every month at our
Thu.-Sat., Dec. 1-3 2739 nights. range in Mendenhall, MS (Simpson Co.) Currently the fastest growing shoot-
South MS Fairgrounds Flea Market ing sport in the world. The guns we use are from designs patented pre 1900
Soap Making Classes- Learn to make milk-based soaps using wholesome and we wear period clothing. For more information, contact Wayne
Fri., Dec. 2
ingredients like goats milk and cow cream. We teach the old-fashioned way Humphreys (Squinter) at (601) 825-8640 or Ed Douglass (Leatherneck) at
Set-up For Dinner Theater
using lye (not melt and pour). Excellent for gift giving and craft fairs. 3 hour (601) 853-0117.
Sat., Dec. 3 class $35. Bay Springs, MS (Jasper Co.) For more information, call 601-764-
South Jones Dinner Theater 9446. Mississippi Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association- Thundering hooves and
Mon., Dec. 5 smoking guns - come join the fastest growing equestrian sport today.
Greater Belhaven Market- 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon every Saturday, rain or Practicing weekly in Vicksburg, MS (Warren Co.) Timed competition on
shine, April through December, in the Winn Dixie Parking lot located at 902 horseback, firing 2- .45 caliber single action revolvers at 10- reactionary tar-
Wed., Dec. 7 Fortification Street in Jackson, MS (Hinds Co.) The Greater Belhaven Market gets, using CMSA certified ammo. If the old west and cowboy action is your
Aerobics is an open air producers only market providing produce, meats, arts, crafts, interest, then this is the sport for you. The most fun you will ever have on
Fri.-Sat., Dec. 8-10 speciality food items, baked goods and tons more. Great family atmosphere, horseback. For more information contact: Kim Wolhfiel (601) 629-3999 or
South MS Fairgrounds Flea Market live entertainment and guaranteed fun for all. For more information or to Kerry Southern (601) 638-2118. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
become a vendor, call 601-352-8850 or visit our website:
Fri., Dec. 9 www.greaterbelhaven.com and click on market. Attention Mississippi Rabbit Growers- Interested in a Mississippi market for
Aerobics your rabbits? Call 601/444-0069 for more information.
Sat., Dec. 10 Lumberton Arts, Crafts & Farmer’s Market- (Lamar Co.) has a number of
West Jones Dinner Theater spaces open. Vendors and farmers wanted. Located on a major state highway Mississippi Hunting Dog Association, Inc.- “An organization dedicated to the
(Hwy. 13). Lots of traffic. For more information, call Paul Ockmand at (601) preservation of hunting game with dogs in the state of Mississippi.” If you are
Mon., Dec. 12 688-5050 or (601) 796-2060. interested in hunting with dogs, join now for $6.00 per year. For more infor-
Fair Board Meeting mation contact: Marjorie Gordon, President (601) 847-1302 or Dan Pipkins
Tue., Dec. 13 First Saturday Adoption- Happy Healthy Pet Adoption is a volunteer, non- (601) 947-4013. website: www.mshda.homestead.com
Junior Livestock Club Meeting profit organization for the purpose of caring for homeless, abused or unwant-
ed animals while seeking permanent homes. HHPA is located on Hwy. 15 Race The Thoroughbreds of the Sky- The Queen City Racing Pigeon Club in
Wed., Dec. 14 South in Bay Springs, MS (Jasper Co.) at the Bay Springs Veterinary Hospital. Meridian, MS (Lauderdale Co.) would like to invite you to join this exciting
Aerobics HHPA will sponsor a special “First Saturday Adoption” on the first Sat. of each family sport. Train your pigeons to compete in races up to 400 miles. Members
Thu., Dec. 15 month 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon. You can also adopt Mon.-Fri., 7:30 a.m - 5:00 will help you get started. For more information, contact Ronnie Shumaker
Laurel Leader Call Carrier p.m. by calling (601) 764-4129. Visit our website at www.hhpetadopt.org. (601) 659-3133 or Everett Stenman (601) 485-2346.
Employees Christmas Party
Mississippi Emu Association Meetings- The Mississippi Emu Association South Mississippi Bird Club- The purpose of our organization is to promote
Thu.-Sat., Dec. 15-17 meetings are currently being held on a quarterly basis. For more information interest and awareness of all bird species. Provide avian education to the pub-
South MS Fairgrounds Flea Market on emu or for those interested in attending, please contact Earl Burris, MSEA lic, support avian health and well being through fundraising and volun-
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teerism. Also assist in protecting threatened and endangered bird species
through captive breeding programs and public awareness. Located in Biloxi,
MS (Harrison Co.) For information on monthly meetings, annual bird fairs SPECIAL UPCOMING FAIRGROUNDS
and membership, call Steve Dunaway at (228) 872-4624 or visit us at COMPLEX
www.SMCBS.org LIVESTOCK SHOWS/SALES Jackson, Mississippi
Central Mississippi Bird Club- Love parrots & exotic birds or just want to PH: 601/961-4000
learn more? You can be a member of CMBC. Yearly fee $15/individuals, Board of Animal Health Regulations require that all public sales Website:
$20/family. We are established to learn more about avian nutrition, behavior, of livestock and poultry (even if they are on private property) must www.mdac.state.ms.us
breeding, medical care & rescue. Monthly meeting - “The Orchard” facility, have prior approval by the State Veterinarian 30-days prior to sale.
600 South Pear Orchard Road, (behind North Park Mall) Ridgeland, MS For more information, call 1-888-646-8731. Tue.-Wed., Nov. 15-16
(Madison Co.) For more information, contact Myrlene Carraway (601) 845- IHL College Fair
7639 or email: Azaleaaviary@juno.com Trade Mart
Cattle Shows & Sales Wed.-Sun., Nov. 16-20
Attention Deer Farmers- If you are interested in a market for your cull or excess
deer, call (601) 796-9227. Fortune 5 Barrel Race
Sunbelt Red Brangus Organization 3rd Annual “Color’em Red” Expo Center
Pineywoods or Woods Cattle Owners- The Pineywoods Cattle Registry and Red Brangus/Red Angus Bull & Female Sale With Select Influence Heifers
Sat. Nov. 19, 2005 - 1:00 PM - Lunch Served Fri.-Sat., Nov. 18-19
Breeders Association has been established to aid in the preservation of these
Scott County/Forest Coliseum - Forest, MS (Scott Co.) Bull Bash
beautiful animals and their unique genetics by providing contact between
breeders and information on histories of registered stock. Herd and individual Coliseum
registrations are kept. A $25 yearly association fee allows for the registration For more information, call 662-272-5020 or 662-349-3990. Fri.-Sat., Nov. 18-19
of any number of approved animals by each owner. For more information, Handworks
contact David Ozborn, (601) 825-3622 or (601) 906-0595 email: Deep South Bull Group Sale - 4th Annual Sale
email@example.com Sat. Mar. 4, 2006 - 1:00 PM
Tylertown, MS (Walthall Co.) Mon.-Fri., Nov. 21-Dec. 23
Love Your Appaloosa? Would you like to meet and hang out with other Christmas Tree Sale
Appaloosa lovers? We have 6 shows scheduled this year to show off your hors- The group will be selling 55 Simmental, Sim-Angus and Angus bulls. All of Industrial Building
es. Some of us enjoy a good trail ride, a bunch of us have kids that love to ride these bulls will be black. Also selling 200 replacement heifers - bred and
open. Some will be purebred Simmental and some will be purebred Angus. Fri.-Sat., Nov. 25-26
and our show fees are cheap enough for the whole family to participate and Larry Burroughs Team Roping
not break the bank. Sound like you? Come check us out. Our website is: For more information, contact Frank Brown at 601-582-0563 or Charles
Holland at 601-849-2954. If you have heifers that you would like to con- Expo Center
sign, please contact us. Fri.-Sat., Nov. 25-26
Do You Love Appaloosa Horses? If you are 18 and under, you can be a youth Watchtower Convention
member of the Magnolia States Regional Appaloosa Horse Club. You don’t Heart Of Mississippi All Breeds Bull Sale
have to own an Appaloosa to join...just love them. For more information call Fri. Dec. 2, 2005 - 6:00 PM
Kristy Carballo, Youth Coordinator at 601/932-0137 or e-mail: kcarball@bell- Sebastopol Livestock Sale Facility - Sebastopol, MS (Scott Co.) Fri., Dec. 2
south.net. Mississippi Private School Assn.
Breeds from 7 states represented. Angus, Balancer, Brangus, Charolais, Coliseum
Paso Fino Horses are one of the most versatile horses available for show, plea- Hereford and Simmental. All bulls tested and guaranteed. Also selling set
Fri.-Sun., Dec. 2-4
sure or other competition. They are considered the smoothest riding horses of of commercial heifers bred to Cow Creek bull. For more information and
catalog request, contact Claude Fisackerly at 601-625-7471 days or 601- Craftsmen’s Guild
all. They are naturally gaited horses that are people oriented, intelligent and
willing partners with their rider. For more information about the Paso Fino 625-7352 evenings. Trade Mart
Horse, call 601-310-0799 or 601-795-0757. Fri.-Sun., Dec. 9-11
Mississippi Appaloosa Horse Association- Join the fellowship in one of the Other Livestock Shows & Sales Great Southern Gun & Knife
country’s oldest state Appaloosa horse associations. Memberships for family
$25; single adult $15. For more information call Kevin Blakeney, 764-4821. Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Tue., Dec. 13
Annual Production Sale Blue Cross Blue Shield
Mississippi Goat Association (MGA)- welcomes you to our membership. The Thu. Nov. 17, 2005 Trade Mart
MGA is a statewide organization that promotes goats of all breeds, while pro- MSU Agricenter, Mississippi State, MS (Oktibbeha Co.)
moting 4-H kids and clubs. We are family oriented and geared to improve Wed.-Sun., Dec. 14-18
goats and goat products. Membership accepted. For more information, con- Horse sale 10:00 a.m. Complementary lunch served at 12:00 noon. Cattle Dog Show
tact Mark Huff at 601-824-9255. Website: www.mississippigoatassociation.org sale 1:00 p.m. The MAFES Annual Production Sale will feature registered Trade Show
Angus, Hereford and Charolais bulls from the MSU research herds. Bred Thu., Dec. 15
South Central Mississippi Goat Association- the Association is here to edu- commercial heifers from MAFES Branch Stations throughout Mississippi MSU vs Jacksonville State
cate and help the public on the care and health and issues of raising goats. Do will sell following the bulls. The horse offering includes registered Quarter Coliseum
you have an area of land growing up? Then goats are the answer - they do a Horses and Thoroughbreds. For a catalog or cattle information, contact
wonderful job for this problem, and help the land in return, and add income. Jane Parish or Blair McKinley at 662-325-3515. For horse information, Fri.-Sun., Dec. 16-18
There is a processing plant for your goats. We are on the cutting edge of the contact Peter Ryan at 662-325-2938. Cattle sale information is available NBHA
goat industry. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. For more information call online at: http://msucares.com/livestock/beef/mafesbeef.html and horse Expo Center
601/847-0652 or write to: 405 H.B Smith Road, Magee, MS 39111. sale information is available at: http://www.msstate.edu/research/equine Sat., Dec. 17
Mississippi Dairy Goat Association- invites you to join our membership. We Lawrence County Open Invitational Show MHSAA Cheerleading Competition
are the only statewide organization that specifically promotes dairy goats and Fri.-Sat., Dec. 30-31, 2005 Coliseum
dairy goat products. We also sponsor 4-H shows each year. Membership is only James E. Givens Agri-Building - Monticello, MS (Lawrence Co.) Fri.-Sun., Jan. 6-8
$15.00 per year. For more information, please call: Carroll D. Pierce (601) B & B Promotions
752-5552 or Elise Clark (662) 356-0095. Market Goats & Dairy Goats Show will begin at 7:00 p.m. on the 30th. Beef Agriculture Building
Breeding, Market Steers and Market Lambs Show will begin at 11:00 a.m.
National Pygmy Goat Association- (affiliated club of Mississippi; Unique on the 31st. Entry deadline is Dec. 20th. Entry fee is $15 per head and $5 Sat., Jan. 7
Petites Pygmy Goat Club) are currently the only official statewide club that is showmanship fee paid in advance. A $20 per animal late entry fee after the St. Dominics
promoting the pygmy goat. Our club is offering NPGA sanctioned shows. 20th. For more information, contact the Lawrence County Extension Trade Mart
Quarterly newsletter “Hoof Prints”. Educational seminars, informal gather- Office at 601-587-2271 or Dan Stuckey at 601-587-3102.
ings with other pygmy goat owners and free farm listings at the club website.
Membership dues are $20 for a family, $10 for single membership, and $5 for
youth membership. For more information, please call Pam Goza, (601) 795-
0765. Give The Perfect Gift!! MULTI-PURPOSE
Woodcarvers- anyone interested in the art of woodcarving from novice to The Mississippi Market Bulletin is only Canton, MS
expert is invited to attend the meetings of the MS Pearl River Woodcarvers, $10.00 per year mailed inside Mississippi and Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inc. This organization meets twice monthly (on each 2nd and 4th Monday $15.00 mailed out of state. Return this form and
night) at the First Baptist Church in Terry, MS (Hinds Co.) For more infor-
mation contact Patty Fultz at (601) 924-4850 or James Buie at (601) 924-4690.
mail it along with your check or money order to: Fri.-Sat., Nov. 18-19
Mississippi Market Bulletin Lazy J High School Rodeo
P.O. Box 1118, Jackson, MS 39215-1118 Sat., Dec. 3
Wood Turners- anyone having an interest in wood turning from beginners to National Barrel Horse Association
advanced skill levels is invited to attend and bring a friend to the meetings of To: Name
Sat., Dec. 10
the Magnolia Woodturners, Inc. This is a statewide organization that meets at
various locations in the state on the 3rd Sat. of every other month. For more
Address Mississippi Hunter Jumpers Assn.
information contact: Sonny Vaughn, P.O. Box 82, Flora, MS 39071. Ph: Fri., Dec. 16
City State Zip City of Canton’s Christmas Party
601/879-8323 or 601/924-4275. email: email@example.com
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RODEOS, BARREL RACES,
MISSISSIPPI & TEAM PENNINGS
NBHA MS06 Timed Events
FARMERS’ MARKETS $1,000 Added Barrel Race
Sat. Nov. 19, 2005
Exhibitions 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
3rd Sat. of Every Month
Point Show G.C.A.
Vancleave Arena - Hwy. 57 South
First class runs at 1:00 p.m. Vancleave, MS (Jackson Co.)
Adams County Harrison County 45 North of Macon, Macon, MS 39341 George County Arena Ph: 228/826-5562
Adams County Farmers’ Market D’Iberville Farmers’ Market Open: May 24 thru Mid August Lucedale, MS (George Co.) Open Horse Show
613 Main Street 10383 Automall Parkway 8:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Mon. thru Sat. Ph: 601-928-5882 Every Saturday
Natchez, MS 39120 D’Iberville, MS 39540 Contact: Larry Miller Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Gates Open - 2:00 PM
Open: April - November Open: April - December Ph: 662-726-9929 Team Sorting/Team Penning Registration - 4:00 PM
7:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Saturday 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Oktibbeha County Buckle Series Show - 5:00 PM
Contact: Helen Brooks Contact: Wallace Freeman Henry’s Farmers’ Market R&D Riding Club
Sat., Dec. 3, 2005
Ph: 601-445-8479 Ph: 228-392-9737 2080 Hwy. 12 West Jayess, MS (Walthall Co.)
Beginning at 4:00 p.m.
Alcorn County Hinds County Starkville, MS 39759 Open & Youth Classes Ph: 601/222-1433
Corinth Farmers’ Market MS Farmers’ Market Open: May thru December $5 per rider - $15 per team Team Pennings
Shiloh Road (temporary location) 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Fri & Sat. All events are NRS certified Every 1st & 3rd Sat. of Each Month
Corinth, MS 38834 MS State Fairgrounds Contact: Jim Henry Quad M Rodeo & Cattle Co. Beginning at 7:00 PM
Open: July - November High Street Entrance Ph: 662-324-1251 Union, MS (Newton Co.) George County Team Penning Assn.
7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Jackson, MS 39215 Pike County Ph: 601-774-9459 or 601-416-9314 Multi-Purpose Building
Contact: Braddock Brawner Open: Year Round McComb Farmers’ Market Hwy. 63 South
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Team Penning
Ph: 662-286-7755 Downtown Parking Garage Lucedale, MS (George Co.)
Tue., Thur., Sat. Saddle Series
Calhoun County McComb, MS 39648 2nd & 4th Sat. of Each Month Ph: 601/947-1739 or 601/947-4972
Contact: Jake Hutchins Open: June 3 thru August 26
Calhoun County Farmers’ Market Vancleave Arena Open Rides
Ph: 601-953-2445 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Thu.
121 Parker Street Vancleave, MS (Jackson Co.) Every Tue. & Wed. Nights, 5-8 PM
Pittsboro, MS 38951 Hinds County Contact: Libby Alford
www.doublemcattle.com Practice your barrel racing,
Open: Starting June 1 Greater Belhaven Market Ph: 601-249-0116
Ph: 228-826-5739 or 228-217-5739 western, trail or pleasure rides
3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Thur. Corner of Fortification/Carlise Streets Pike County
Round Robin Team Roping Fee $5 per horse
7:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Sat. Jackson, MS 39202 Magnolia Farmers’ Market
HD Team Roping Productions Multi-Purpose Complex
Contact: Charlie Fitts Open: March - December Downtown Along The Railroad
Monthly, Capped at #6 Canton, MS (Madison Co.)
Ph: 662-412-3177 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Sat. Magnolia, MS 39652
$80 per roper - Saddle Series Ph: 601/859-4358
Contact: Cathy Massey Open: June - August
Carroll County Bear’s Den Ranch Barrel, Pole & All Timed Events
Ph: 601-352-8850 8:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Sat.
Vaiden Farmer’s Market Poplarville, MS (Pearl River Co.) Every Tues. & Thur. Nights
Mulberry Street Jackson County Contact: B. J. Chaplin
Ph: 601-783-6572 Ph: 601/795-2146 or 601/273-1027 Prentiss, MS (Jefferson Davis Co.)
Vaiden, MS 39176 Jackson County Farmers’ Market
Jackson County Fair Ground Team Penning & Sorting Ph: 601/792-8039
Open: June - November Prentiss County
9:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Pascagoula, MS 39568 Prentiss County Farmers’ Market Every 2nd & 4th Sat. of Each Month Open Fun Show
Wednesday & Saturday Open: Late April - November 2301 North Second Street Beginning at 5:00 p.m. 2nd Sunday Every Month
Contact: Grace Voorhees 6:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Wed. & Sat. Booneville, MS 38829 Pinola, MS (Simpson Co.) Triple B Arena - 1:00 PM
Ph: 662-464-5429 Contact: Jim Hart Open: June - October Ph: 601-847-4229 Ph: 601/372-1281 or 601/845-8830
Ph: 228-762-6043 8:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Wed. & Fri.
Jackson County Contact: Buddy Smith
Crystal Springs Farmers’ Market
Ocean Springs Fresh Market Ph: 662-728-3946 SILVER CREEK MISSISSIPPI
Held During The
Crystal Springs Tomato Festival, Cash Alley Tate County EQUESTRIAN COMPLEX HORSE PARK
the last Saturday in June (1-Day) Ocean Springs, MS 39564 Tate County Farmers’ Market Vicksburg, MS Starkville, Mississippi
West Railroad Avenue Year Round North Fleet Drive PH: 601/638-8988 PH: 662/325-0508
Crystal Springs, MS 39059 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Sat. Senatobia, MS 38668 Email: email@example.com
Contact: Diane Claughton Open: May - October Website: www.silvercreekarena.com
Open: Yearly, One Day Only www.mississippihorsepark.msucares.com
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Ph: 228-872-1323 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
Contact: Steve Richardson Tue., Nov. 15
Contact: Dr. Rick Snyder Lafayette County Tue., Nov. 15
Ph: 662-562-4274 River Riders Charity Jackpot For
Ph: 601-892-3731 Mid-Town Farmers’ Market Introduction To Therapeutic Riding
Hancock County Mid-Town Shopping Plaza Union County
Sat., Nov. 19 Tue., Nov. 15
Waveland Farmer’s Market Oxford, MS 38655 New Albany Farmers’ Market
Beginner/Introductory Western Equitation Lab
Longfellow Road Open: June - August Carter Ave, Library Parking Lot
3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Wed. New Albany, MS 38652 To Hunter-Jumper Wed., Nov. 16
Waveland, MS 39576
Open: Year Round Contact: Mitchell Diggs Open: June 12 - November Wed.-Fri., Nov. 23-25 Western Equitation Lab
7:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Wed. & Sat. Ph: 662-234-6447 7:00 a.m.-until sold out Wed. & Sat. Holiday Day Camp Wed., Nov. 16
Contact: Lavell Lee Contact: Stanley Wise
Lee County Sat., Nov. 26 Western Equitation Class
Ph: 601-798-8759 Ph: 662-534-1916
Tupelo Farmers’ Market Speed Event Clinic
Washington County Thu., Nov. 17
Harrison County South Springs Street at the Railroad
Greenville Farmers’ Market ADS/MAFES Production Sale
City of Gulfport Farmers’ Market Tupelo, MS 38804
Cow & Horse Sale
2625 Jones Park Drive Open: Mid May - Mid November 738 Washington Avenue TUNICA ARENA AND
Gulfport, MS 39501 7:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon Tue.-Thu.-Sat. Greenville, MS 38701 Tue., Nov. 22
Open: April - December Contact: Jim High Open: 7:00 a.m. Mon., Wed., Sat., EXPOSITION CENTER Introduction To Therapeutic Riding
Ph: 662-841-6598 Contact: Blake New
6:00 a.m.-until Tue. & Fri. Tunica, Mississippi Tue., Nov. 29
Ph: 662-332-8616 ext. 10
Contact: Butch Himel Lowndes County PH: 662/363-3299 Introduction To Therapeutic Riding
Ph: 228-868-5907 Lowndes County Farmers’ Market
For more information regarding Website: www.tunicaarenaexpo.com Wed., Nov. 30
Harrison County 2nd Avenue North
Mississippi Farmers’ Markets, Western Equitation Lab
Charles R. Hedgewood Farmers’ Market Columbus, MS 39701
contact: State Farmers’ Market
120 Cadet Street Open: April - November Representative Jake Hutchins, Fri.-Sun., Nov. 18-20
5:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. Tue.-Thu.-Sat.
Biloxi, MS 39530
Contact: Frank Goodman
Mississippi Department of Fortune Five Barrel Race LAUDERDALE COUNTY
Open: April - December Agriculture & Commerce
5:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Tue. & Thu. Ph: 662-328-4164 121 North Jefferson Street Fri.-Sat., Nov. 25-26 AGRI-CENTER
Contact: Steve Johnson Noxubee County National Indoor Kart Races Meridian, MS
Jackson, MS 39215
Ph: 228-435-6198 Noxubee County Farmers’ Market Ph: 601-953-2445 PH: 601/482-8498
Fri.-Sat., Dec. 2-3
Visit us at: Antique Tractor Pull
Sat.-Sun., Dec. 10-11
Sat., Nov. 19
NBHA Barrel Race
www.msmarketbulletin.org Athletic Championship
Cheer & Dance
Sun., Dec. 4
Horseman’s Christmas Trade Show
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Down on the Farm
Trace Phillips, age 3, welcomes the new family Dylan Thompson, age 2, helps feed one of his Mrs. Jackson of Noxubee County shows how to
member “Axel”. He is a 5-month-old Sicilian papaw & mamaw’s baby calves “Down on the milk the old-fashioned way.
miniature donkey. Trace is the grandson of James Farm”. (picture submitted by Earl Randle, Jr., of Crawford,
& Lynn Blair of Florence, MS. (picture submitted by his grandparents James & MS, Lowndes County).
(picture submitted by Lynn Blair of Florence, MS, Jimmie Ruth Thompson of Morton, MS, Scott
Rankin County). County).
4-year-old “Bullit” from Sarah, MS, loves to dress
up, ride horses, and ride in the wagon. His human
companions are Frankie & Jaimie Grace who take
him everywhere they go.
(picture submitted by Frankie & Jaimie Grace of
Sarah, MS, Tate County). Carolyn helps her Papaw Caraway dig pota-
Justin Allen, 18-years-old & Stasia Allen, toes at his farm in Rose Hill, MS. She called
4-years-old, & “Ruth”, take a break. They the potato her “Teddy Bear Potato”.
live in Shady Grow out from Mize, MS. (picture submitted by Janet Barlow of Laurel,
(picture submitted by Tommie & Mike MS, Jones County).
Sullivan of Mize, MS, Smith County).
If you have any unique pictures from “Down on the Farm” you would like to share
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Championship Bull Riding
Friday, November 18th
Saturday, November 19th
8:00 p.m. Nightly
You’ve seen them on National TV!
Now see them up close and personal!
45 of the World’s Best Bull Riders in the World
Matched against the Meanest Bucking Bulls!
For their share of a prize purse valued at over
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Tickmaster Featuring CBR President
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BE BOP Record Stores
Ticket Prices are $10, $17, $22 and $35
For more information
Call the Coliseum 601-961-4000
or check out the website at:
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Avenue of Magnolias
Honor A Friend or 3
4 5 6 7 8
Loved one Today
This is your opportunity to
honor or remember someone 10
dear to you by giving a beauti-
ful magnolia tree that will be
enjoyed and appreciated for 11
many years to come.
The tree will become a part of
Keep Mississippi Beautiful’s
12 SPONSOR A MAGNOLIA IN
“Avenue of Magnolias.” Keep
Mississippi Beautiful is a non- 29
HONOR OR MEMORY OF FAMILY
profit organization founded in
1961 and made up of a cross
section of concerned citizens ____________________________________________
dedicated to making Mississippi Contributor’s Name (Please Print)
a more beautiful state for resi-
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Keep Mississippi Beautiful’s 28 30
major project is the Avenue of
Magnolias, which calls for ____________________________________________
29 City State Zip
planting twenty-eight major
highway entrances leading into This tree is;
Mississippi and the inter- in honor of
changes on I-10, I-20 and I-55 27 in memory of
with Magnolia Grandiflora, the 15
state tree and flower. ____________________________________________
Funding for the Avenue of Name (Please Print)
Magnolias is through private
contributions. With a mini- 26 25 24 23 32 Acknowledgement Card will be sent for your Contribution
mum contribution of twenty- 22 16
five dollars ($25), you can con- Acknowledgement sent to:
tribute to this worthwhile pro- 21
ject. Your contribution will not 31 ____________________________________________
20 31 17
only help you take part in keep- Name (Please Print)
ing Mississippi beautiful, but 19 18
also to remember someone you
love or respect. A permanent Entrance Locations Address (Please Print)
record of each contribution will 17. 1-10, East - Escatawpa
be on display in the Mississippi 1. U.S. 82 - Greenville
2. U.S. 49 - Helena Bridge
18. S.R. 604 ____________________________________________
Department of Archives and 3. U.S. 61 - North - Walls
19. S.R 607 City State Zip
History. 20. 1-10, West
4. 1-55, North - Hernando 21. 1-59 Picayune
Don’t hesitate. Plant a tree 5. U.S. 78 - West- Olive Branch 22. S.R 26 - Poplarville
Entrance preferred (if any):
for someone you love today. 6. U.S 72 - Tennessee Line 23. S.R 27 -Tylertown
You can contribute to the 7. S.R. 7 - Holly Springs ____________________________________________
24. 1-55, South—Osyka
8. U.S. 45 - North - Corinth
“Avenue of Magnolias” by com- 9. U.S. 72 - West - Iuka
25. S.R. 33 - Centreville Mail your check for $25 or more payable to
pleting and mailing the 26. U.S. 61, South—Woodville
10. U.S. 78-Tremont 27. U.S. 61/84. South - Natchez Keep Mississippi Beautiful, Inc., to:
attached form. 11. U.S. 278 - Gattman
Thank you for your help in 12. U.S. 82 - Columbus
28. 1-20. West- Vicksburg
29. 1-55 Interchanges
Keep Mississippi Beautiful
making Mississippi a more 13. 1-20, East-Toomsuba
14. U.S. 84 - Waynesboro
30. 1-20 Interchanges P.O. Box 1609
beautiful state in which to live 31. 1-10 Interchanges
15. U.S. 45 - State Line 32. 1-59 Interchanges Jackson, MS 39215-1609
16. U.S. 98 - Lucedale
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66. Adams 29. Lowndes
5. Alcorn 42. Madison 1 3 5
69. Amite 72. Marion 2 4
37. Attala 2. Marshall
3. Benton 23. Monroe 7
17. Bolivar 32. Montgomery 8 9
20. Calhoun 44. Neshoba 14
31. Carroll 51. Newton
22. Chickasaw 39. Noxubee 12 13
33. Choctaw 34. Oktibbeha 15 16
10 11 21
53. Claiborne 12. Panola
58. Clarke 77. Pearl River
28. Clay 75. Perry
10. Coahoma 70. Pike
54. Copiah 21. Pontotoc 18 20 22
63. Covington 9. Prentiss 17
1. Desoto 11. Quitman 24 26
74. Forrest 49. Rankin
67. Franklin 50. Scott 27 28
79. George 40. Sharkey 25
76. Greene 55. Simpson
26. Grenada 56. Smith 31 29
80. Hancock 78. Stone 30 33
81. Harrison 24. Sunflower 34
48. Hinds 18. Tallahatchie
36. Holmes 8. Tate 36 39
35. Humphreys 4. Tippah 37 38
46. Issaquena 6. Tishomingo
16. Itawamba 7. Tunica
82. Jackson 14. Union
57. Jasper 71. Walthall 40 41 43 44 45
62. Jeff Davis 47. Warren
59. Jefferson 30. Washington 42
64. Jones 65. Wayne
45. Kemper 27. Webster 46
13. Lafayette 68. Wilkinson 47 50 51 52
73. Lamar 38. Winston
52. Lauderdale 19. Yalobusha 48 49
61. Lawrence 41. Yazoo
15. Lee 57 58
25. Leflore 53 56
60. Lincoln 55
66 67 60 63
68 69 70 73 75
THIS MAP CAN ASSIST 78
YOU IN LOCATING COUNTIES 81
OF BUYERS, SELLERS & GROWERS 80
Corresponding Numbers Are Listed
Top To Bottom, Left To Right.
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MISSISSIPPI FARM MARKET PRICES Mississippi’s #1
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Bulls Yield Grade 1-2 (1,100-1,500 lbs.) $40.00-$56.50 1 Year $10.00 1 Year $15.00
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Pairs: price per pair (medium & large, 4-8 yrs. old) $600.00-$950.00 Name _______________________________________________ Bulletin is your best source for
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Love Of Good Food, Family And Home A Record Breaking Year For
By Donna West, MDAC Staff farming, and along the way started a
farm equipment company known as
two colleges, a revitalized shopping
district and renovated homes is Jay
The 2005 Mississippi State Fair
If you have ever had occasion to Delta Implements. Schimmel’s achievement.
dine at Schimmel’s in Jackson, you How does one go from playing Interaction and involvement with
will no doubt agree that the whole football at Ole Miss, to working as a one’s community is important to Jay.
experience left a decidedly good taste CPA at one of the Big Eight account- He sits on the board of the Jackson
in your mouth. When Jay ing firms in Dallas to owning a Convention and Visitors Bureau, is
Schimmel, a fifth-generation restaurant in Jackson? According to active in the Jackson Redevelopment
Mississippian, decided to return to Authority, and has chaired the
Jay, his life-long love of good food,
his home state seven years ago, he Mississippi Diabetes Association.
his closeness to family, and his inter-
brought with him a degree from the One of the accomplishments Jay is
est in being a part of a real commu-
California Culinary School, invalu- proudest of is his part in giving back
able experience working in some of nity brought it all together for him.
After another long tax season, Jay to the state and to his community. “I
the most respected restaurants on love watching people enjoy what we
the west coast, a dream and with a decided to take time off, ventured
further west and ended up with a do, what we create and serve,” says
plan to open a fine dining establish- Jay. Adding, “we employ 30 people,
ment. new career. “I have always been
interested in cooking, so after watch- and some have been with me from
Jay brought something else with day one. It is a wonderful feeling
him - respect for Mississippi’s farm- ing others prepare meals daily, some-
thing I really enjoyed, I decided to knowing that you are a part of a com-
ers and the fresh fruits and vegeta- munity and that you support it and
bles they grow. Farm raised catfish, look into culinary schools,” said Jay.
After graduation and working hard contribute to its success.”
gulf oysters and freshwater shrimp,
in restaurants belonging to other Whether he is working with
fresh herbs grown locally, pecans,
Alabama’s Teddy Gentry at
dairy, beef and chicken raised in our people, Jay realized he missed
“Grazefest” to promote grass-fed
state are celebrated and showcased Mississippi. He also realized that
beef, consulting with the catfish
daily at Schimmel’s. Interest in agri- there was potential for a fine dining
industry to create new and different
culture and all things fresh comes restaurant in the neighborhoods of
catfish dishes, or competing against Commissioner Spell and Miss Hospitality 2005, Caroline Murphree, cut the
naturally to Jay. Both great-grandfa- Fondren and Belhaven. Nestled in
other well-known chefs for ribbon to officially open the 146th Mississippi State Fair. The Fair ran
thers settled in the Delta, began the shadows of three major hospitals, Mississippi’s own version of “Iron October 5-16, 2005.
Chef” Jay continues his creative sup-
port of Mississippi’s number one
industry. When representatives of
two of Canada’s largest retail stores
were in the state looking at blueber-
ries and sweet potatoes, they had
dinner at Schimmel’s. Jay and his
staff incorporated the Mississippi
berries and potatoes into the menu
demonstrating their versatility and
delectable taste with spicy sweet
potato puree, Cajun sweet potato
fries, pork stuffed baked sweet pota-
toes. Blueberry sorbet, and blueber-
ry pound cake topped with a sweet
and tart blueberry sauce made a deli-
cious end to a remarkable meal.
From the eclectic mix of cus-
After dining at Schimmel’s Restaurant in Jackson and sampling Mississippi tomers and the comfortable, yet ele-
sweet potatoes and blueberries in Jackson, Canadian grocery store chains gant surroundings, to the scrump-
Sobeys and So Fresh Produce, toured TNT Farm's Belzoni sweet potato tious food and his staff’s attention to
operation and Fresh Harvest International's blueberry processing facility in detail, Jay has created a true epicure- More than 663,816 people from all over the state attended this year’s
Collins. The group is shown viewing TNT Farms potato storage facility. an experience in his hometown. Mississippi State Fair, breaking the previous record of 659,890 set in 1998.
Pictured from left to right are Patrick Sullivan, MDAC; Louis Guedon, “The best is yet to come,” remarked “Twelve days of perfect weather, great food, fun rides and an outstanding
Church Hill Produce; Mark Bryan, So Fresh Produce Sales; Racine Roberts, Jay Schimmel. “Mississippi looks lineup of entertainment helped make this year’s Fair one of the best ever”
Sobeys Inc.; Jimmy Turner, TNT Farms; and David Overall, Sobeys Inc. forward to it.” said Mike Brinkley, Director of the Mississippi State Fair Commission.
Continued from page 1 Mississippi.
Equine Center Takes On New Name Additionally, this bill provides a spe-
cial inclusion in the Tree Assistance
• For producers of cottonseed, $25
million for cottonseed assistance in
Edited by Patrick Sullivan, MDAC sponsored by the Mississippi Program (authorized in the 2002 disaster counties due to depressed
Department of Agriculture and Farm Bill) for tree nursery growers, cottonseed prices because of restrict-
On Sunday, October 23, a formal Commerce, the Mississippi State Fair Christmas tree growers, and tree ed market access.
dedication of the Kirk Fordice Commission, and the Southern • For poultry farmers, compensation
Equine Center took place at the Cutting Futurity. The events includ- for lost birds and reimbursement for
• For fruit and vegetable growers,
Mississippi State Fairgrounds in ed the unveiling of a plaque in honor diesel fuel used to power generators
assistance to assist with Mississippi
Jackson. Pat Fordice and of Governor Fordice, the presenta- on farms during long periods of elec-
producers’ losses due to Hurricanes
Commissioner of Agriculture Lester tion of a life-sized 8-foot by 6-foot trical power losses. This cost was
Dennis, Katrina, and Rita, similar to
Spell officiated the dedication. photograph mounted on the east end provisions enacted in Florida last necessary to help maintain poultry
The activities associated with the
of the arena, as well as new signage year due to hurricanes. production chain of supply to pro-
dedication were coordinated and
on the exterior of the building. • For pecan farmers, blueberry cessing plants during the critical
At the time of the dedication, the farmers, and producers of other period of power outages.
Kirk Fordice Equine Center was annual bush, vine, or orchard crops, Additionally, request was made for
hosting the Southern Cutting $10 million to fund the Tree poultry farmers to be eligible for 50%
Futurity event, an always-popular Assistance Program to allow produc- of their uninsured losses on their
activity for Governor Fordice. The ers in disaster counties to recover structures. For those growers that
Governor participated in this event some of the costs of replanting and were between cycles of raising birds,
each year in one way or another. reestablishment. they would be eligible for 50% of
The Kirk Fordice Equine Center • For producers of row crops (main- their uninsured losses on their hous-
hosted 39 events in 2004, with over ly corn, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, es. In both cases, uninsured loss
118,000 attendees and participants and soybeans), the enactment of a recovery for houses would be capped
from all 50 states and several foreign events as the Eastern National Crop Disaster Program for 2005 and at $250,000.
countries. Recently, the Center was Cutting Horse Show, National Barrel the authorization of a supplemental • For catfish farmers, $17 million in
awarded the 2008 National Horse Youth World Championship, direct payment to producers in disas- catfish feed assistance to offset vari-
Appaloosa Show, and for the last 10 Dixie National Quarter Horse Show ter counties in order to provide quick ous expenses incurred due to 2005
years, has hosted such premier and the AQHA Regional Finals. assistance to row crop producers in hurricanes.
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