Bale clamp sale helps coastguards

Last updated 08:06 25/02/2014
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Webbline Agriculture sales manager Glen Malcolm, left, and branch manager Scott Malcolm with the Balemaster bale clamp that was being auctioned to raise money for the Bluff Coastguards.

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Webbline Agriculture raised $1750 for Bluff Coastguards through the sale of their new bale clamp.

The company had a $1 reserve on their Balemaster bale clamp which was advertised on Trade Me and displayed at the Southern Field Days.

Webbline Agriculture Gore sales manager Glen Malcolm said he was pleased with the sale, which finished at 9pm on February 17.

"We had a good response to the bale clamp and we were pleased with the outcome," Mr Malcolm said.

The bale clamp was bought by Owen Begg, of Tuatapere.

Mr Malcolm said Webbline was keen to support a local organisation and had chosen Bluff Coastguards who were raising money for a new boat.

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- Otago Southland Farmer

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