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King of the Pull winners announced

WELLINGTON CTY. - The Kings of the Pull have been calculated.

There were two winners in two different classes, and there were plenty of people and tractors in the competition this year.

Pullers took part in Drayton, at the Grand River Raceway, and completed the third leg of the event at the Fall Fair in Fergus.

In the 22,000 pounds local farm tractors,

The winner was Arnold Bouwman, of Guelph, on a Fendt 926, with 60 points.

The rest of the field, in order of finish, are:

Kevin VanDriel, Fergus, JD 7930, 56;

Bas Altena, Arthur, Fendt 926, 53;

Steve Skerritt and Lardeb Farms, Drayton, JD 7830, 42;

- Paul and Ron Brubacher, Gadshill, White 195, 32;

Brian Martin, Floradale, Fendt 926, 29;

Brock Weir, Rockwood, JD 7920,  26;

Michelle and Gary Ray, Drayton, JD 7930, 24;

Bloomingdale Farm, Breslau, JD 8110, 23;

Willis Martin, Alma, Ford 8830, 23;

Adam Stanley, Waterloo, CIH Puma 225, 22;

John Koster, Harriston, MF 7490, 19;

Sytse Falkena and Falkena Farms, Arthur, JD 8310, 18;

Kevin Overgaauw, Orangeville, Fendt 820, 16;

Larry Schill and Lardeb Farms, Alma, JD 7820, 16;

Marien Rozendaal, Clinton,     Fendt 900, 16;

Steven Frey, Harriston, NH 8870, 16;

Arjen Falkena and Falkena Farms, Arthur, JD 7810, 14;

Rick Roubos, Moorefield, JD 7730, 14;

Mel Brouwer, Grand Valley, JD 7810, 13;

Chuck Endman, Ariss, CIH Puma 225, 12;

Kyle Bossence, Arthur, NH 7030, 12;

Dave Overgaauw, Orangeville, Fendt 714, 10;

George Israel, West Montrose, JD 6030, 10;

Matt and Henk Dirksen, Alma, NH T7060, 10;

Darryl Frey, Palmerston, CIH 7220, 8;

Roger McAllister, Grand Valley, CIH CUX150, 7;

 Todd Fraser, Elora, MF 7490, 7;

Nelene Brouwer, Grand Valley, JD 7810, 6;

Tom Schuurmans, Floradale, JD 7630, 6;

Jeff Koster, Moorefield, JD 8100, 5; and

Nick DeLange, Belwood, Fendt 712, 2.

In the 32,000 pound class for local Farm Tractors the winner was Larry Schill and Lardeb Farms, of Alma, on a JD 8345R, with 54 points.

The rest of the field, in order of finish, was:

Javan Martin and Creek Edge Farms, Elora, JD 8270R, 48;

Joe Kieswetter, Alma, Agco DT 240A, 47;

Brandon Bults, Alma, JD 8420, 47;

Matt Ottens and Snetto Farms, Moorefield, JD 8530, 43;

Donkers Farms and Josh Smeltzer, Fergus, Fendt 936, 39;

Mike Schill, Arthur, JD 8420T, 37;

Justin Burns, Belwood, JD 8420, 32;       

Steve Seifried and Trinier Farms, Palmerston,    JD 8295R, 29;

Shawridge Farms and John Vallance, Drayton, JD 8430, 25;

Henk Dirksen, Alma, NH 8030, 22;

Adrian Donkers, Elora, Fendt 936, 20;

Bloomingdale Farms and Trevor Schoemaker, Breslau, JD 8330, 19;

- Todd Schnarr and Shantz Equipment, Alma, MF 8660, 17;

Henk Dirksen, Alma, NH T8.300, 15;

Trevor Poot, Gowanstown    , JD 8520, 14;

Neil Driscoll, Moorefield, CIH 305, 14;

Robert Jantzi, Wellesley, MF 8650,10;

Brian Martin, Floradale, Fendt 926, 7; and

Lewis Horst, Alma, NH 8970, 5.

 

 

November 11, 2011

 
 

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