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Halton Plowing Match & Conservation Tillage Competition

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Halton Plowing Match & Conservation Tillage Competition

Time: August 27, 2010 from 10am to 4pm
Location: Halton Hills
Street: Ernie Alexander's farm, Lot 6, Concession 10 (5 Sideroad)
City/Town: Halton Hills
Website or Map: http://www.ghscia.com
Phone: 905-691-7142 or 905-856-1228
Event Type: plowing, match, &, conservation, tillage
Organized By: Halton Plowmen's Association, Halton Turf & Tractors, Johnston Petroleum, Halton Region Biosolids, McIsaac Septic Tank Pumping, Elmira Farm Service, Twiss Lubricants
Latest Activity: Aug 16, 2010

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Halton Plowing Match (established 1891) and Conservation Tillage Competition. Lunch available on grounds by Troy's Diner. All welcome. Complete details and competition rules and regulations are posted on the News and Coming Events pages of the Golden Horseshoe Soil and Crop Improvement Association website, www.ghscia.com.

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