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PLANT FOR SALE
Massey Ferguson 6485 tractor, low hours as
new condition with quickie 65 loader and
front linkage with pto, $98,000exc.
JCB 3220 tractor with front linkage pto, also
has duals and front and rare weight blocks,
Valtra T190 tractor, 6700 hrs Quicke 65
John Deree 8100 tractor, 8200hrs very good
Iseki SX 95 tractor, 4100hrs as new, $25,000
Massey Ferguson 168 tractor, two wheel
drive with fronting loader, $8,000exc.
Pottinger Loader Wagon 7200 44cubic metre,
Krone Comprima 180 round baler with
cutter head, only season old 5000 bales,
Krone Swadro side delivery rake 9m, only a
season old, as new $35,000exc
Krone triple mower conditioners with
Amazon spray rig, 1800 L tank with 18m
boom, fully electronic with GPS, $30,000exc.
Alpego Rotor pick with disc drill combin-
ation unit and pre rippers 3m wide season
187 Massey Ferguson large square baler,
56,000 bales, excellent order, $55,000exc.
4750 Heston medium square baler, excellent
Class rear trailing mower conditioner with
grouper 3m, $10,000exc.
Class front mower conditioner 3m, $5,000.
Duncan renovator direct drill with chain
28 plate Hopper tandem discs, 28 inch blades,
heavy duty, $14,000exc.
Taege v rake, 14 reel fully hydraulic,
Stuart 15 cubic metre tipping trailer with
grain door, $20,000exc.
Heavy duty chain harrows.
1988 Nissan Safari $5,000exc.
Very well built tandem trailer, 10 by 5 with
brakes and side boxes, $5,000exc.
All machinery is in excellent order and has
been regularly serviced and maintained.
This owner of this machinery is retiring.
For further details or any enquires
Adrian (021) 221-05585023275
PHONE 0800 252 779
FAX 03 218 9239
FIND WHAT YOU NEED, SELL WHAT YOU DON T
DEAD OR ALIVE!
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SPREADING ELMS, from
$190 to $750 at Easy Big
Trees, 241 North Road,
Invercargill. Phone (03)
215-8899. Open Monday-
Stock Feed & Rural Supplies
JONES DAG CRUSHING
Buyers of wet and dry dags.
Crush large lots on commission.
We also have a weekly pickup service
in your area.
Operating for 40 years.
70 Waikaka Valley Highway, Gore.
Phone (03) 208-5276
TRX450, 4x4, $3,400ono,
good tidy 4-wheeler with
extras, runs well. Phone
(03) 231-3187 or (027)
Stock Feed & Rural Supplies
KALE seed, Rawara giant
variety. High yielding, re-
liable in all conditions,
suitable for all stock types
and can deliver. $9.50 +gst.
Phone (03) 207-2757 or (027)
PLASTIC WELD tanks,
calf feeder, motorbike
guards. Phone 217-6240.
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Roll up to sample
a delicious treat
Annie Bastow shares a tasty recipe for strawberry arctic log.
The ideal dessert for
big and little kids! An
unbeatable combo of
lemony sponge and
Pretty as a picture.
1G4 cup caster sugar
1G4 cup plus 2 Tbsp
sifted grated rind of
half a lemon
1G2 cup strawberry jam
1. Soften the icecream
a little. Shape into a
30-centimetre log on
a large piece of cling wrap, baking or greased
paper. Roll up tightly to enclose and return
to the freezer.
2. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius;
line a 20cm by 30cm Swiss roll tin with
3. Whisk the eggs and sugar together until
thick, pale and doubled in volume. Gently fold
in the sifted flour and lemon rind. Spread
evenly into the
4. Bake in the
preheated oven for
five to six minutes
until golden brown.
Remove from the
oven, sprinkle with a
little extra caster
sugar, cover with a
tea towel and leave to
5. To assemble: turn
the sponge out of the
tin onto a board lined
with cling wrap.
Remove the paper
from the sponge and
spread the jam over
the pale side. Unwrap
icecream log, place it
on one side of the sponge and roll up tightly
in the cling wrap so that the edges of the
sponge meet. Return to the freezer to set.
6. Remove from the freezer 10 to 15 minutes
before serving to soften a little. Sprinkle with
icing sugar and slice to serve with
strawberries and whipped cream.
Preparation time: 20 minutes. Cooking
time: Five to six minutes. Serves: Six to eight.
Great family entertainment
What: the 146th South
Otago A&P Show
Where: A&P Show
Who: hundreds of people
attended the show
Piping in: South Otago A&P Society president Jim Berney leads the
grand parade, followed by the Baclutha Pipe Band.
Glamourous: From left: Second place and Miss
Photogenic, Nicole Hay; 2012 Show Queen, Miss
Friendship and Miss Public Speaker Rachel Dick,
and third placed Kaitlin de Geest.
Spinning hot: Members of the South Otago
Spinners and Weavers group. A sheep was shorn
that morning and the group's members then
combed, spun, and plied the wool before being
knitting it into a child's jersey in about four hours.
White gold: Dairy cow winners in the grand parade.
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