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on grand Riverland stage
All smiles at the field day are Wakefield Valley Vineyard's
Jenny and Malcolm Parish and Bayer Crop Science territory
manager Mark Goldsack.
Darren Zimmerman, Marananga, Barossa Valley with
Ledgard Pruning John Harnett.
Chapel Hill Winery Restaurant's Rebecca Stubbs ran
cookery demonstrations throughout the field days.
Tim McCarthy, Orlando Wines, Ashley Barrat, Braud Australia.
be used for
to the palm
of the user's
sent over the
Ann and Peter Brooke, Barmera, with Ryset technical sales
manager Vignesh Prathik.
Rural Merchandise Traders' David March with the 825
model, 2.5 tonne spreading unit.
O'Riley and Jeremy
the new Extractiv
using a handle to
achieve the desired
It can be adapted
to fit the exit of
systems. It also
cleaning with easy
access to all parts
of the crusher.
• Cleans floors to mimimise disease.
• Low cost & efficient to run.
• Can be retro-fitted.
• For slashing between & around vines & posts.
• Suitable for use on mounted or flat ground.
• Single or double sided.
• Rear or front mounted.
• Hydraulically driven.
• Fast & Efficient.
• Multiple positions.
• Versatile & cost effective.
• Custom built to your needs.
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