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South Island Agricultural Field Days

February 28, 2017

New Zealand’s specialist hoof care manufacturer is hoping to wrangle farmers into checking out an essential piece of farm equipment at South Island Agricultural Field Days this year.

The Wrangler is a Field Days stalwart, having introduced its flagship product, The Wrangler handling crush, at National Fieldays almost 20 years ago.

Two decades on and many awards later, the ever-evolving Wrangler is still New Zealand farmers’ favourite piece of equipment for all handling requirements, from hoof care to re-tagging, calving and caesareans.

Whether you are planning a new shed or updating an existing one, The Wrangler is an essential piece of farm equipment. Wilco and Waverley Klein-Ovink and the Wrangler team are experts at helping you choose the best Wrangler model for your requirements.

South Island Agricultural Field Days is the perfect place to check out the product in person before placing an order to ensure the product is on farm and ready to go on June 1.

The Wrangler is best-known for its flagship product, The Wrangler, but over time several incredible innovations have been added to The Wrangler family of products.

One of these is the Ride over Gate, also on display at South Island Agricultural Field Days. Winner of the National Fieldays Innovation Award, the Ride over Gate is the perfect tool for easily accessing paddocks in precarious places, such as those on the road or tanker track. Simply drive your farm vehicle over the top of the gate, which acts as a cattle stop before closing automatically.

Visit The Wrangler at South Island Agricultural Field Days, from March 29-31 in Kirwee.

 

 

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