Kewaunee County cracking down on ag vehicles

After a decade of outreach, Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski says operators of commercial motor carriers and implements of husbandry need to follow the rules or pay the price. The call comes as many farmers are trying to compete with wet fields to finish their fall harvest and planting. Some of the violations getting a closer look over the next several weeks include blocking roadways and obstructing lanes without proper signage. Joski credits the operators that have already taken the necessary steps, but there are people that are still repeating the calls for change.

Joski thanks his deputies and the Wisconsin State Patrol for their efforts to help keep the roadways safe through proper enforcement of these rules as the harvest wraps up.


Kewaunee County Implements of Husbandry Recommendations

Changes to  Implement of Husbandry Laws—Wisconsin Act 377

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