Tuesday, October 20, 2009

New award winning "Merlin" Plow Point System from Yeomans Plow Company, AU.

In keeping with their state of the art plow device development protocol, the Yeomans Plow Company, Australia has just introduced a new shank digging point device for their entire series of Yeomans Keyline Plows - (what we call "The Pasture Plow"); this new shank point device with replaceable hardened wear parts surrounding a newly designed tungsten steel tipped plow point to receive the perishables is called the "Merlin".

Modern day Yeomans Plow Developer - Allan Yeomans has spent years developing this newest device in an effort to solve for wear on critical perishable plow point sub-systems.

Up date: Today, 21 October 2009 The Merlin Point has just won the "AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL FIELD DAYS Engineering Award of Excellence For 2009"!

We have video of Allan Yeomans demonstrating the new Merlin Point system posted here and we now have these excellent points in use and in stock now! Friend folks can go now to the Yeomans Plow site (http://www.yeomansplow.com.au), and scroll down to "The Merlin Point" and view the new video with a written description -or- see the video alone here below.

The Yeomans company reports that the new Merlin point system is priced as follows:

All prices are listed in AUD$ (Australian dollars) and include 10% GST (an Australian tax that does not apply to the U.S.A. Market), but exclude S&H delivery -

MERLIN POINT COMPLETE ...........................$79.20

Replaceable RABBIT........$5.94

Replaceable TOP HAT.......$5.94

WAND (pin)......................$0.83

(BRIDGELOCK SYSTEM...if required is an additional $13.20

and includes 1/2 inch holding bolt).

If you are interested in these items or any of the Yeomans Plow Company non-inversion tillage devices, please contact us at the address' below, we are always importing plow shipments; we need to hear from you NOW!

Thank you!

Royal A. Purdy
Clear Choice © - Elysian ©; Yeomans Plow, Sales and Service
A. H. Tuttle and Company
1007 County Road 8
Farmington, NY. U.S.A. 14425

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Hello there neighbor!....Do you know this fellow?

Well, ... he's Andre' Voisin
"Voisin" - a word meaning "Neighbor"

(7/1/1903 in Dieppe - 21/12/1964 in Havana, Cuba): After College studies and after WW2, Andre' Voisin decided to expose in five successive books the ten years results of his reflections and experimentation on the "Rational Management" of pastures.

His studies related to grass as a food for cattle, on its dynamic production and composition and to include the ground worms (that the author calls the “plough of nature”) and the bacterial microfauna found in those pastures. The French scientist and grazing pioneer, utilized a "Summary of Five Laws", being 1) Law of Restitution of Elements Removed, 2) Law of Restitution of Availiable Elements that have disappeared, 3) Law of the Minimum, 4) Law of the Maximum, 5) Law of the Priority of Biological Quality and demonstrated that an excess or imbalance of one material could be just as harmful to production through the agency of locking up other essential minerals present in the soil. He exposed also the relations of industry (Taylor-Gantt) to that of pasture flora rest and maximum production, etc.

His principal works identifying pasture dynamics were translated into 18 languages. He diffused much of the content of these works via many lecture tours in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Africa and Latin America. It is during one of these lectures, in Havana, Cuba - that he died of a heart attack. He was buried there like a true statesman in the vault of l' institute of sciences.

The Elysian Fields and Pasture Project advocates a meaningful advancement of much of Voisin's great works, revelations and efficiencies as they are contained in his many titles, but we feel are interpreted best in “Grass Productivity”, ”Better Grassland Sward”, "Fertilizer Application" and "Prescribed Grazing" – and subsequent interpretations “Greener Pastures on your Side of the Fence” by Bill Murphy and “Holistic Management”, and the styles and protocol methods outlined by Allan Savory's work; indeed, we expound on them!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Clear Choice (c) - Elysian (c) Land, Field and Pasture Management Services

Many years have gone into the research and development of "The Elysian Fields and Pasture Project" methods; these methods have many facets - from deep rooted muti-mixtured "Seed Pellet" Seeded pasture swards and crops, "Absorption Fertility" via "Keypoint Solutions" - Keyline Pattern Cultivated Pastures and Earthworks, In-field technical high tensile assets including Fence, Orchard - Vineyard and Hay Trellis, Mentoring, Planning and Implementation, etc.

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