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Farmers’ chance to play

WINDMILL Ag held its annual ride and drive day at Stony Creek last Wednesday, showcasing the new 6000 series of John Deere tractors.
Leongatha South Windmill Ag dealer principal Travers Scott said the ride and drive days are held each year, for both the Leongatha and Maffra dealerships.
“It was a good day. We had a good number of people turn up. We will have two more days, one at Yarram on April 8 and one in Loch on April 10,” he said.
“We will also be at Farm World at the end of March.”
The ride and drive days allow interested people to view a range of John Deere tractors and Kuhn implements, see demonstrations and test drive machinery.

Tractor talk: David Blackshaw and David Hotchkin from Thorpdale talk tractors with Windmill Ag’s Mark Le Page and Kuhn’s Andrew Snape last Wednesday.

Tractor talk: David Blackshaw and David Hotchkin from Thorpdale talk tractors with Windmill Ag’s Mark Le Page and Kuhn’s Andrew Snape last Wednesday.

Top tractors: Glen Vernon (left) and Travers Scott from Windmill Ag in Leongatha South at the ride and drive day held at Stony Creek last Wednesday.

Top tractors: Glen Vernon (left) and Travers Scott from Windmill Ag in Leongatha South at the ride and drive day held at Stony Creek last Wednesday.

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