Click below to listen to KMZU’s Brad Gage speak with Spokeswoman Carolyn Stundebeck.
10 years ago the Stundebeck Family decided they wanted to do something to commemorate the purchase of the Stundebeck Home Place, which was purchased in 1905 by Don B. Stundebeck, Grandfather to Event Holder John Stundebeck. They decided to have a Plow Day which turned out to have great outcome, now 10 years later holding their 10th Annual Plow Day.
The Event will be (weather permitting) Saturday, November 1st beginning at 8 a.m. The Stundebeck’s Encourage all tractors made 1960 and prior to attend. Also say spectators are welcome. At 12 noon the tractors participating in the plow event will come in and parade the tractors in out of the field. Then bratwurst, homemade sour croute, chili, homemade cinnamon rolls and a variety of cookies will be served out on a flatbed wagon for anyone out at the event. Where everyone can enjoy a meal, visit with friendly people and look at all the old tractors and plows. Carolyn Stundebeck says “It’s an opportunity for some fellowship and good neighbors for appreciation of the farm.”
Special Instructions the event while at the Stundebeck Home Place
Tractors made 1960 and prior of any make and model
Plows must be in good working condition and able to plow 9” deep
No Operators under the age of 16
Someone will be at the farm to unload the day before for anyone interested in bringing tractors and plows the day before.
From Salisbury: Take Highway 24 west to Highway 5 south. Turn right onto Highway WW and follow to plow site.
From Glasgow: Take Highway 5 north to Highway KK. Turn left on Slough Road. Turn right onto Highway WW and follow to plow site.
For more information call:
John Stundebeck (660)388-5778
Russ Stundebeck (660)388-6915
Matt Stundebeck (660)228-0081