Keyline Plow Tour & 2 day Keyline Design Course in Wisconsin

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    G'day,

    Just a note to remind folks that on this coming Monday and Tuesday a 2 day Keyline Design Course will be held here in Stevens Point, Central Wisconsin. My family and I are travelling across the US with Keith Ryan, long-time Sales Manager of the Yeomans Plow Company and the famous Yeomans Keyline Plow (fully optioned). We will be demonstrating this implement on Tuesday after lunch. This event will be the last of our east coast Keyline courses until we come back for a similar event hosted by the Carbon Farmers of America in Vermont at the end of October this year. Should you be interested in attending then the cost for the 2 day workshop is $250 with bookings through:

    Prof. Victor D. Phillips, Ph.D., GEM Director

    Global Environmental Management Education Center (GEM)

    College of Natural Resources

    University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

    800 Reserve Street

    Stevens Point, WI 54481

    Office telephone: 715.346.4935

    Office facsimile: 715.346.4923

    Email: [email protected]

    Web: https://www.uwsp.edu/cnr/GEM/index.htm


    In addition I wanted to inform people that we will be travelling from here, with Keith and the Yeomans Keyline Plow, across to California on a rather convoluted path taking us through Indiana en route to Missouri then headed to the Dakotas before heading over to California through Utah and northern Arizona (Winslow, Flagstaff, Prescott). If you are interested in setting up a demonstration for the Yeoman Keyline Plow then please let me know and we will try and fit you in on our way. You will need a 60hp tractor with a good 3 point hitch and a stong loader that can lift off and on this 2300lb implement.

    Thanks,
     

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