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The United Farmer 1977 November-December Page 8

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1977
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1977
Volume
15
Issue
6
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0039
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
. Although Bert hadn't been involved before in the bulk plant business, he knew a lot of people in the community and had also met many people during his years at the garage. First and foremost, Bert was determined to provide a reliable service in order to build up his new business. #31;#29;#11;As sales

The United Farmer 1970 March Page 8

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1970
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1970
Volume
8
Issue
2
Month
March
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.73
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
enthusiasts. Curl- ers and skiers are well catered to. Golfers face the challenge of one of Alberta's sportiest nine hole golf courses. #31;Parks, Camping and Picnic GroundsStony Creek runs through the city providing an attractive setting for the park which is being developed in an orderly

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 18 (July 2, 1926) Page 14

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 18 (July 2, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Basis #31;From Small Beginnings Association Has Growu Rapidly and Will Show Turnover of Not Less Than $350,000 for Year Just EndedEighteen Associa- tions On Contract Basis Now Operating in Alberta #31;#29;#11;In 1921 the farmers at Mirror, Al- berta, decided througlh the U. F. A. Locals that it was

Chapter 5 The Onslaught of the Depression: 1930-1935 Page 15

Author
Gord Tolton
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textual record (electronic)
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
137 FARMERS IN BUSINESS: 19361964 CO-OPERATIVE UPS AND DOWNS After years of seemingly aimless forays into various business ventures, there was a lot of room for improvement in the way UFA did business. UFA’s commercial activity centred on three areas: petroleum, bulk farm supply sales

Chapter 6 Farmers in Business: 1936-1964 Page 18

Author
Gord Tolton
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textual record (electronic)
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
Can I Use It?
This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
are on land originally settled by James Bower, the first president of UFA. The new century also saw a new home for the distribution centre and yard in Edmonton. With nearly four million cubic feet of storage capacity and 9.5 acres of yard, it brought a new level of efficiency to supplying

Chapter 8 Brave New World: 1987-2009 Page 18

Author
Gord Tolton
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
Can I Use It?
This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
Source
Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
are on land originally settled by James Bower, the first president of UFA. The new century also saw a new home for the distribution centre and yard in Edmonton. With nearly four million cubic feet of storage capacity and 9.5 acres of yard, it brought a new level of efficiency to supplying

The United Farmer 1978 July-August Page 6

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
Date
1978
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1978
Volume
16
Issue
4
Month
July - August
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0044
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The United Farmer
. #31;— modernization has been carried out at 10 pointscost $14,000. #31;— first contract with Maple Leaf was made 15 years ago. #31;1951sales 17.2 million gallons. #31;— despite material shortages and rising costs of material and labour, new plants have been built at Clover Bar and Bay Tree. #31;— service

The United Farmer 1967 June Page 6

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1967
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1967
Volume
5
Issue
6
Month
June
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.50
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING ARE: #31;1. That's the way we've always done it. #31;2. I didn't know you were in a hurry for it. #31;3. That's not my department. #31;4. No one told me to go ahead. #31;5. I'm waiting for an o.k. #31;6. How did I know this was differ- ent. #31;7. That's his job, not mine

The U.F.A. Vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1, 1922) Page 16

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Format
textual record (electronic)
Source
The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Volume
Vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1, 1922)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
of your own Company. #31;IT WILL PAY YOU #31;to know that you are getting absolutely reliable Insurance that you can rely on no matter how heavy Hail Losses may be. #31;IT WILL PAY EVERY FARMER #31;by thus placing his business to help make the Organized Farm- ers an influential factor in

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 2 (Jan. 13, 1926) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 2 (Jan. 13, 1926)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
settled community, no pioneering. The district is cut by three branch railway lines. Land sold on crop payments, at $10.00 to $15.00 per acre. Water payments spread over fifty years. Applicants must have own equipment and qualifi- cations of farm experience. This Is a proposition for real

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1926) Page 15

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
Volume
Vol. 5, no. 1 (Jan. 2, 1926)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
. This Is a proposition for real farmers who appre- ciate the value of irrigation as crop in- surance. State fully what equipment you have and your experience. Apply, Colonization Manager, 117 Alberta Gov- ern m e n t BldK:^_Lethbii^ #31;#29;#11;lVllSCJb;LLAM!;0 U 55 #31;#29;#11;GOOD QUALITY HOME MADE ALL

The U.F.A. Vol. 11, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1932) Page 2

Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1932
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1932
Year
1932
Volume
Vol. 11, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1932)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
. BARRITT #31;It is with great regret that we record the death of R. W. Barritt, of Mirror, who passed away after a short illness on November 16th. He was a loyal co- operator, and a keen student of social and economic questions. His widow, Mrs. Leona R. Barritt, has contributed some valuable

The U.F.A. Vol. 1, no. 10 (July 15, 1922) Page 4

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Volume
Vol. 1, no. 10 (July 15, 1922)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
the realization amongst them all, both east and west (except with respect to the two B.C. members, who appear to be tied up with the nine-tenths aforementioned), that we should have greater freedom to trade. This group has put forth more advanced thought than any other in the House

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 12 (Apr. 16, 1927) Page 39

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 12 (Apr. 16, 1927)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
. RHODE ISLAND Red Eggs and Baby Chicks. Select R.C) P Pens and range flock. Lyle Poultry Farm, Arrowwood, Alberta. #31;FOB SALES.C. WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS May hatched, l8o each, also hati hing eggs from the same stock at 8e each; 20 per cent with order; prices F.O.B. Fena. Leshe Legg

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 24 (Oct. 15, 1927) Page 7

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 24 (Oct. 15, 1927)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
bushel this fall than at Montana points. Farmers say that if the duty were not so high on wheat going north they would be tempted to export their wheat from this locality to Coutts, Alberta. #31;#29;#11;co-operative effort. They are actively engaged in providing better living accom- modation for

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 6 (Mar. 2, 1927) Page 31

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 6 (Mar. 2, 1927)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
- #31;duced by University of Alberta, who found it four days earlier, 7 4-5 bushels heavier yield than Marquis over seven- year average at Edmonton Obtained foundation stock from Univer-sity Clean- ed, ready to sow; pure; germination 97 per cent. $2.35 per bushel; sacks free. T. E. Seale

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1928) Page 6

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1928)
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
organized. It was explained that the Board believed that while the Pool is endeavoring to get the business started, all co-operative shipments, such as those of U.F.A. Locals and co-opera- tive stores, should be handled temporarily, so as to give them an opportunity to get on a contract basis

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 20 (Aug. 15, 1928) Page 22

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 20 (Aug. 15, 1928)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
out and attend a meeting where their represenative is giving his report of his work. Under some con- ditions it no doubt may be and is, but so often I found it meant men and women who had been busy all day adding this to a tired day. The women hurriedly finished the dishes, looked after

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 2 (Jan. 16, 1928) Page 26

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 2 (Jan. 16, 1928)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
grade? I am aware, of course, that a farmer can send a sample to be graded, but that will do him no good as the elev ator operator will give him what grade he pleases in any e"<'ent. I would like to know if it is possible to check up an elevator on the grades it buys the wheat at and the

The U.F.A. Vol. 9, no. 6 (Mar. 15, 1930) Page 42

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1930
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1930
Year
1930
Volume
Vol. 9, no. 6 (Mar. 15, 1930)
Language
eng
Format
textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
attendance of 48 delegates and 36 visitors. #31;This Convention was without any doubt the mo«t important which has yet been held by the members of the Live Stock Pool. #31;The first act of the Convention after of contracts at Head Office, and known #31;#29;#11;being called to order by President A. #31;B. Claypool

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