if getting the opportunity to interact with almost 700 fellow no-tillers wasn’t enough, some attendees at the 11th National No-Tillage Conference in Indianapolis, Ind., also walked away with a number of extremely valuable big-time prizes.
Ken Sebastian of Spencer, Ind., won the use of a Phillips Rotary Harrow, valued at $19,000, for the 2003 season.
—Precision Metal Fabricating, Ltd., 240 103rd St. E.,
Saskatoon, SK Canada S7N 1Y7. Phone: (800) 667-6845.
Sam Swinford of Flat Rock, Ind., won the use of a Soil Max Tile Plow for the upcoming season, which is valued at $18,000.
—Soil Max, 4501 E. Old Ft. Harrison, Terre Haute, IN 47805. Phone: (812) 466-0088. Fax: (812) 466-0089.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web site: www.soilmax.com.
Winning the 1-year use of a Fulk Agri Services no-till planter monitor was Roger Zastrow of Long Prairie, Minn.
—Fulk Agri Services, 13245 Running Horse Rd.,
Platte City, MO 64079. Phone: (816) 858-5836.
The lucky attendee who won a free satellite dish, uplink, installation and 2 months of service with a broadband Internet service was Byron Weathers of Yuma, Colo.
—AgriStar, 541 North Fairbanks Court,
Suite 1850, Chicago, IL 60611. Phone (312) 595-1200.
E-mail: email@example.com. Web site:www.agristar.com.
Sponsored by Phoenix Rotary Equipment Ltd., Grant Monson, Pullman, Wash., won first prize in the conservation tillage essay contest and walked away with $2,500 for school. Winning second place and $1,500 was Heath Eisele, Columbus, Ohio, and placing…