3 August 2001

LAST CHANCE TO WIN

THIS KEENAN SYSTEM

This is the last week of the Keenan

competition. Just fill in the coupon

(checking back to the previous competition pages if necessary) and send it to us

THE Keenan System partners the Klassiks innovative mixing design with dedicated nutritional support. It maximises the use of farm-grown feeds and delivers optimal feed structure for animal health, performance and long-term profits on all sizes of farms.

Keenan Klassik

The Klassik gives farmers the opportunity to easily chop and mix a wide range of farm-grown feeds and forages into simple, wholesome and cost-effective rations, while maintaining the correct feed structure. Typical concentrate cost savings of £30/t are achieved as well as the flexibility to tailor rations to produce milk and beef to tight specifications and improve its market value.

Due to the Klassiks unique design, it is reliable, flexible and easy to operate and reduces the time and effort needed to feed all classes of livestock.

A new way to farm

The System opens up a large range of new opportunities on your farm. Whether it is reducing labour, targeting higher milk protein, finishing cattle quicker or being able to make the best use of farm-grown feeds, the Keenan System offers simple, practical solutions for all dairy and beef farmers.

The introduction of new technologies and ideas is a key feature of the System. This is delivered by Keenan specialists, who transfer the best practice from one farm to another. This has been learned from working with and supporting our 12,000 customers world-wide.

A Keenan System for all farms

With a wide range of mixer wagon models available there is a Keenan System to suit all farms, be they family farms milking 40 cows, dry stock farms fattening 70 stock or larger. Irrespective of size the Keenan System will bring real benefits to all farms.

Now fill in the coupon.

READ THE RULES

1 How is the Keenan System to be won? There is one question in each of the FW issues of July 6, 13, 20, 27 and Aug 3. There is a chance to answer all five questions and complete the tiebreaker in the coupon that appears in the Aug 3 issue. In the event of a tie, a further short

questionnaire may be used to decide the winner.

2 The prize is a Keenan System including a £21,000 Klassik

mixer-wagon and full nutritional support. No cash alternatives

are available.

3 The decision of the judges and of the editor of FW will in all matters be final and legally binding.

4 The competition is open to all farmers, farm managers,

contractors and farm workers in the UK and Eire, except employees of Reed Business Information and their families, or employees of Richard Keenan UK Ltd and its distributors, or of FWs printers.

5 The winner must agree to participate in the publicity activities associated with the competition.

6 Closing date for receiving completed coupons is Aug 17, 2001. They should be addressed to: farmers weekly/Keenan Klassik Competition, farmers weekly, Quadrant House, The Quadrant, Sutton, Surrey SM2 5AS.

KEENAN

SYSTEM

The Keenan System

partners the Klassiks innovative

mixing design with

Keenan nutritional

support to deliver the

correct feed structure

for optimum health,

performance and

long-term farm profits.

Fill in the answers to the five questions below and complete the tie-breaker. 1: (farmers weekly, Jul 6, p68) What does the Klassiks unique mixing capability present animals with?

A: Heavy compacted feed? ……

B: The correct feed structure? ……

C: Damaged feed structure? …… (tick one)

2: (farmers weekly, Jul 13, p45) Whats the typical concentrate cost saving by using more farm-grown feeds and forages through the Keenan System? …………………………………………………………………….

3: (farmers weekly, Jul 20, p47) By using practical solution blueprints, what do Keenan specialists help address?

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4: (farmers weekly, Jul 27, p44) What is the only machine that can handle all feeds while maintaining feed structure? ……………………………………………….

5: (this page) Does the Keenan System bring new technologies and ideas to farms of all sizes?

A: Yes? …… B: No? ……

Complete the following tie-breaker in less than 20 words:

"I would like to win a Keenan System including a new Klassik because:

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Name……………………………………………………………………………………………

Address………………………………………………………………………………………..

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…………………………………………..Postcode………………………………………….

Tel no…………………………………..Mobile no………………………………………….

Farmer………………….Farm manager………………….Contractor………………….

Dairy cow nos…………..Suckler cow nos……………Beef finisher nos……………

Current feeding system…………………………………………………………………….

Please return this coupon to:

Keenan System Competition, farmers weekly, Quadrant House, The Quadrant,

Sutton, Surrey SM2 5AS. Closing date is Aug 17, 2001.

Question 5:

Does the Keenan System bring new technologies and ideas to farms of all sizes?

Yes?……… No?……… (tick one)