Bruce County Plowmen's Association

The Bruce County Plowmen's Association is a grass roots organization that puts on a yearly plowing match. Plowing Matches have been part of our agricultural history in Ontario for well over a century..

Whats Happening
  • Class Winners 2019 Bruce County Plowing Match
    Class 2 JOHN DEKROON 124
    Class 3 JIM SHORTREED 112
    Class 4 LOGAN YOUNG 122
    Class 5 RYLIE LOWE 111
    Class 5A BRADEN WOELFLE108
    Class 7 CARMAN WEPPLER 135
    Class 8 MATT MAGWOOD 110
    Class 11 MACKENZIE REINHART 124
    Class 12A RICHARD ELLIOTT 127.5
    Class 12B PAUL HODGSON 130
    Congrats to all participants. Thanks for coming out!
  • 2019-2020 Queen of the Furrow
    is Allison Pepper from Chesley.
  • Bruce County competitors were winners at the 2019 International Plowing Match in Verner, West Nippissing. Daily class winners included Scott Thomas in the walking plow category in horse plowing (class 1-1) were he placed 1st on one day.. He was joined by tractor plowers Tom Evans (5-2) X1, Tom Thede (6-2) X3 and Braden Woefle (7-1) X1; Bruce County competitors claimed a total of 6 first place lands. In addition, Tom Thede was named the Champion of Class 6 Group 2 and was the second highest overall scoring antique plowman. This earned him the title of Reserve Ontario Antique Champion. A tremendous achievement! Tom Evans placed 3rd in the Ontario Class and has qualified for the Canadian Championship next year in Manitoba. Congrats to all for representing Bruce County so well!
  • Tom Evans of Tiverton represented Canada for the second time at the World Ploughing Contest this summer in Minnesota, USA. The competition was be held on Aug 30 & 31st near Baudette, MN across the border from Rainy River, Ontario. He placed 15th out of 24 competitors in the reversible category.
  • Bruce County competitor Mackenzie Reinhart placed 4th in reversible plowing at the national championship held at Sunderland, Ontario.
  • The 2019 Bruce County Plowing Match was held on Friday, August 30, 2019 on the farm of John Husk, Kinloss; on Provincial Highway 9 just west of County Road 1.
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