Farmer wins at Fiel­d­ays

Bush Telegraph - - Focus On Farming - By CHRIS­TINE McKAY

Vis­it­ing the Mys­tery Creek Fiel­d­ays in Hamil­ton proved to be a lu­cra­tive move for a Dan­nevirke sheep and beef farmer.

Bruce Wil­liams, who farms at Te Uri, took up the of­fer to down­load an app onto his phone to go into the draw to win a Suzuki DR200 farm bike.

To his sur­prise, his name was drawn as the win­ner.

Bruce had won the two-wheeler, fourstroke farm bike, re­tail­ing at $6000, along with a safety hel­met.

“This is one of the most pop­u­lar farm bikes sold these days,” Stu Perry of Dan­nevirke Suzuki said. “Farm­ers are us­ing two-wheel­ers when they can these days. This is a great all-rounder farm bike.”

And Bruce reck­oned he’d col­lected a very good prize.

“In the sum­mer it will be great,” he said. “But the dogs will get a bit sick of it go­ing faster than them.”

Te Uri sheep and beef farmer Bruce Wil­liams, left, with Dan­nevirke Suzuki’s Stu Perry, and the Suzuki DR200 farm bike Mr Wil­liams won at the Mys­tery Creek Field Days in Hamil­ton.

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