The Border Watch : March 20th 2014
ADVERTISING FEATURE South East FieLd daYs March 21 - 22, 2014 Yakka Park, Lucindale something for everyone at this weekend’s Lucindale field days The Lucindale Lions Club will hold the 36th annual South East Field Days tomorrow, March 21 and Saturday, March 22 at Yakka Park, Lucindale. The gates will be open from 8am to 5pm on both days. The South East Field Days provides visitors with an excellent opportunity to purchase products unique to the agricultural and retail sectors in the Limestone Coast. Come and be amazed by Tony Golder and his horse Regal on Site “G” in the amphitheatre. Watch two lumber jacks battle it out to see who is the best out there in the bush, using the skills of tree climbing, log rolling and carving with chain saws. Humour and antics will leave the crowds in stitches at the Lumberjack Show on Site “K” behind the Templeton Food Court. In the Elad Pavilion the ever popular fashion parades will be held, along with the combined Naracoorte and Lucindale Primary School choir and Don Wishart in concert. SA Police will once again attend the SE Field Days to provide a corporate display commemorating 175 years of service in South Australia. SA Police is the oldest in Australia and the third oldest in the world and their display will have a historical theme, including an opportunity to sit on an historic police motorcycle and have a photo taken. Firearms and traffic officers will be on site to answer questions along with interactive fun for all ages at Site 347. Parts available Woolpresses Electric scale kits available for all models Buying & selling new & secondhand wool presses & Shearing Plants Agents for Lyco Loader & Spare Parts FEATURES INCLUDE: • FOUR SPEEDS – Slower speeds ideal for Goats and Alpacas • DIRECT DRIVE – Less parts to be replaced • NOISE REDUCTION – Less stress on equipment increasing life span • REDUCED POWER CONSUMPTION • PORTABILITY Shaft & Electric Shearing Plants Moffat-Virtue ~ Sunbeam ~ Heiniger ~ Cooper ~ Lister ShearGear Repairs & Spares “Big enough for the job, small enough to care” 10 - The Border Watch, Thursday, March 20, 2014 book your shearing gear for on-site servicing now! Call Mark mob: 0429 001 578 Offi ce Ph (08) 8396 6599, Fax (08) 8264 4212 Email: email@example.com web: www.sheargear.com.au TR Pictured is Jow Spicer, Glenthomson, Victoria, the current and three times winner of the Australian Yard Dog Championships, with his two dogs, Gogetta Package and Gogetta Brue. Joe will be back competing and attempting to become a four times Australian champion. One of this year’s features is the Limestone Coast Business Hub where the public can meet representatives of State and Federal Government agencies to assist with innovation, training, employment, business reviews and a range of other services available to help businesses. Cooking demonstrations and presentations by the Limestone Coast Food Group will be held in the Yakka Pavilion, along Shearing Plant with scarecrow and mailbox competitions, a huge range of the latest in agricultural equipment in three large general interest pavilions. An array of interesting and creative products to sample and purchase will be available and wine and food to taste will be offered. There will be something for every member of the family to enjoy at this year’s field days. BEIYUAN The Little YELLA TERRA 12V and 240V 1316086SJ6/12/12 VR1832706 643746 The cheapest and most powerful electric handpiece on the market!
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