Home' AgTrader : October 2009 Contents WHAT YOU WIN...
How many times have you accidentally cracked, damaged
smashed your phone -- more than once? The new XT Netwo
powered Telecom R90 (RRP $399) was designed for you. Wheth
you're working or playing in the great NZ outdoors it'll be safe
take this tough new phone along. With solid construction, a har
wearing rubberised outer shell and IP54-certified, meaning
protected against dust and splashing water, the Telecom R90
It doesn't skimp on essential features though and an FM rad
music player, 2MP camera and video capability, Bluetooth, vo
recorder, calculator and high speed data for your email me
this is an essential to be thrown into any toolbox or backpack
For more information on the R90 visit www.telecom.co.nz
your local Telecom store.
HOW TO WIN...
Send in your images of rural life to
email@example.com and be
in to win a great Telecom R90 mobile
Your pictures will be published online at
www.straight.furrow.co.nz and the best
picture of the week will be published in
the Straight Furrow weekly print edition.
Photos must be of high resolution, and
must feature people on the farm. Your
entry must carry your name, address and
contact phone numbers.
Rural Life: People in Pictures Contest
Entries close October 31st 2009.
Employees of NZ Rural Press and their
families are not eligible to enter.
Judges decision is final and no
correspondence will be entered into.
Prize can not be exchanged.
Unique anti-lift rails
Opens and closes in
Contact us NOW for your
free information pack:
Free: 0508 SHELTER (743 583)
Up to 30m wide
NDC : 09 275 5555
SDC : 03 437 9000
FOR YOUR NEAREST
DEALER PLEASE CONTACT
"I'VE TRIED OTHER PLOUGHS
BUT HAVEN'T FOUND ANYTHING
AS GOOD AS AN ÖVERUM
SOUTH ISLAND CONTRACTOR
Contact Halen Health
Freephone 0508 777 777
FOR NEWBORN CRIA
as well as calves, lambs, foals,
fawns, kids and piglets etc.
•The best alpaca insurance
EVERY ALPACA FARMER
PROTECTORS & Fencing
which look good & can be
fitted around your tree to
prevent damage to bark
from rabbits, sheep, cattle,
horses, easy to install.
16 sizes available. email:
> Models for 200-20,000
litres per hour flow rates
> Pressure ranges up to
> Reliable and accurate
For further information contact
Phone Toll Free 0800 80 90 92
HEAD BAIL Semi auto
left or right operation, From
$479. Ph Sedco
or see block ad this issue
HAMAC TM DOG MUZZLES
Heavy duty industrial
muzzles. Available from
your nearest Shoof stockist.
• Sliding Gates
• Backing Rachets
• 1 Man Operation
Phone for a free brochure
0800 428 556
MODELS FROM ONLY $479
Portable and permanent
yards, gates, weighing
crushers, and loading
ramps. Enquiries to
Permbrand SI Ltd,
Russell Crossen 03-
3254476 or 0274-454199
ARE BARKING DOGS
A NUISANCE? The Good
Neighbour Barker Breaker
automatically stops them
quickly. $ 96.00 + GST.
Phone Pestgard 0800 737
BELGIAN BLUE Beef
Breeders Inc welcomes
breeders and new mem-
bers. Bulls, cows and em-
bryos for sale.Secretary
Tania Roberts Ph/Fax 06-
FLY & LICE PROBLEM?
Get the Contractor's choice
direct from the manufactur-
er. Efficient application and
unequalled cost savings.
The ORIGINAL MAGIC
EYE sheep jetter, quality
construction and options.
Buy one, buy well - don't
settle for cheap imitations.
New 2008 model available
A1 DOG TRAINER
repairs Call Jentronix
TO KEEP THE BIRDS AWAY
urdy stainless steel
ame, curved blades.
30mm long. Weight
ainless steel, for
lves 2-6 months.
eavyweight model for
e largest horns.
itable for yearlings
94a Malden Street, PO Box 30, Palmerston North 4440
Ph 06 357 2454 Fax 06 357 2455
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.electro-tek.co.nz
Buy Direct from
cattle sizes. Registered
designs. Stainless steel
handles. Top quality
'ZON' MARK 4
• Mechanical operation
• Piezo ignition
• LPG energy source
• 12 volt system
• LPG energy source
• Multi shot
• GT300 timer to
start/stop each day's
• 4MT08 timer. Multiple
Fits all previous model
• Standard 1.25 metres.
• Intermediate 1.8
• High Rise 2.3 metres.
XThis John Templin Trust was established to provide Scholarships for students in
Engineering & Horticulture.
Scholarship applications are invited by the Templin Scholarship Trust.
Graduates of the University of Canterbury or Lincoln University are eligible
according to the criteria set out below. The number of scholarships awarded
annually is unspecified
The award is tenable for research, higher studies or practical experience in
engineering or horticulture at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, or at any
other institution in the U.S.A. or Canada approved by the Trustee and Selection
Committee. Tenure is normally for one year but may be extended for a second
year. The scholar must return to New Zealand on expiry of the scholarship and
engage in engineering or horticulture.
Applications are invited from:
• University of Canterbury - Engineering Scholarships
To persons who have graduated at the University of Canterbury with a Degree
in Engineering in any one of its branches or who have qualified by
examination for the award of such a degree
• Lincoln University - Horticulture Scholarships
To persons who have graduated at the Lincoln University with a
- Bachelor of Science, Plant and Horticultural Major
- Bachelor of Agriculture/Bachelor of Agricultural Science
- Bachelor of Commerce (Agricultural) in Horticultural Management
- Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology
- Diploma in Horticultural Management (Level 6)
Scholarships cover tuition costs and reasonable costs of travel, accommodation
and related living expenses for the duration of the study period.
Any application must include conditional acceptance from the applicant's
preferred choice of University or Institute together with a full budget in support
of the amount applied for.
To qualify applicants must be under the age of thirty (30) years.
For further details and application forms, contact: www.jrtemplintrust.co.nz
Closing date is 31 October 2009
Gary Anderson, NZ GUARDIAN TRUST
P.O. Box 9 CHRISTCHURCH. Phone (03) 379 0645.
JOHN R. TEMPLIN SCHOLARSHIP TRUST Animal Handling Animal Handling Animal Handling
2 OCTOBER 2009
TOLL FREE 0800 55 55 44
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