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The illegal practice of limiting housing choices,and thereby engaging in discrimination, through a variety of subtle and not-so-subtle techniques.An agent working with minority buyers is guilty of steering when he or she fails to provide information about houses within the buyers'price range that are located in predominantly white neighborhoods.
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Overage Cattle (9): Overage steers and heifers to 127p/kg, av 116p.
"We do, however, utilize skid steer units to move material from bins and piles to the baling operations.
The highest priced steer weighed 560kgs and was sold for pounds 622 (pounds 1.11/kg) by Messrs G and G Davies, of Cae Du, Rhoselfain, Tywyn.
According to Moore, the small size of the skid steer is advantageous in getting to and from a job as well.
Skid steers have easy swing-out coolers in the door.
"In all-wheel steer mode, the inside wheels turn at a sharper angle and at a slower speed than the outside wheels.
Top price per kg was pounds 1.44 earned by a yearling steer on a green card.
At the headland, the operator takes control of the system and steers the vehicle toward the next desired path.
Left-right integrated systems steer either the rear wheels in the same direction, or the opposite direction, as the front wheels, and do not include toe angle correction such as toe-in and toe-out.
The sale was topped at pounds 790 by an outstanding 15-month Limousin cross steer from Stotsfold whose consignment of 12, 14 and 15-month-old Limousin steers averaged pounds 709.
"It massively increases the message that the back end of the car is moving," says Harty, "to the extent that--if you let go of the steering wheel--the back of the car will very elegantly steer itself out of an incipient spin."
"The skid steer is notorious for manueverability," Lance Schulz, loader product specialist for Bobcat, West Fargo, N.D., says.