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Monday, 17 August 2020 08:55

A good score!

Written by  Staff Reporters
Nigel Holt (left), Hustler territory manager, and David Acland shake hands at the handover of the bale feeder prior to its maiden run on the Mid Canterbury-based farm. Nigel Holt (left), Hustler territory manager, and David Acland shake hands at the handover of the bale feeder prior to its maiden run on the Mid Canterbury-based farm.

Mt Somers Station owners David And Kate Acland took ownership of their new Hustler Unrolla mounted bale feeder – first prize in the recent Rural News Group/Hustler reader competition.

David and Kate Acland run Mt Somers Station, a 3800-ha property that runs more than 13,000 breeding sheep, 3000 deer, 1300 dairy cows and 200 beef cattle.

The Aclands were drawn as the lucky winners Rural News Group/Hustler competition in July.

Read more about the Aclands' win and the Hustler Unrolla LX105 here.

 

 

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