IMAGINE $20,000 (including GST) worth of Universal Trailers and Feeders (UTF) Australia products rolling down your driveway.
Simply by being a current annual subscriber to WA’s biggest selling rural newspaper, Farm Weekly, it’s about to become more than just wishful thinking for one lucky reader.
Farm Weekly, in association with UTF Australia, Goomalling, is offering its readers the chance to win a $20,000 prize package of UTF products in its latest subscriber competition.
One lucky subscriber will win the opportunity to select from UTF Australia’s range of products.
It could be the company’s renowned “extreme strength” range of feeders or a trailer ranging in size from 2.5 to 6.5 metres in either tandem or tri-axle configuration and the option of tipping or flat-top design.
Or a combination of both.
Top up the package with a few of the newly patented, ratchet tiedown straps featuring a sliding D shackle to tie down and safely secure the UTF Australia products.
The composition of the $20,000 products package will be up to the lucky winner.
The competition starts today and will run for eight weeks, closing on Thursday, August 30.
The prize draw will take place at UTF Australia’s site at the Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days on Thursday, August 30.
Mail entries close on Monday, August 27, but entries will be accepted up until 1.30pm at the UTF Australia site at Dowerin on August 30.
For each of the eight weeks of the competition, Farm Weekly will run a competition entry form, the first entry forms appears on pages 33 and 81 of this week’s edition in the quartofold section.
Subscribers can enter as many times as they like, but it must be on an original entry form and conditions apply (see public notices-classified section in this week’s issue).
Launching the Farm Weekly/UTF Australia WIN $20,000 Products Package Competition this week, UTF Australia principals Bruce and Ben Clarke said by joining forces with Farm Weekly, the competition had given their company the opportunity to give something back to the farming community that continues to support its products so strongly.
The Clarkes said being former farmers, they understood what farmers demanded from their feeder and trailer products.
“Strength is of paramount importance to farmers and UTF Australia, through design and innovation, has become a leader in the supply of quality sheep and cattle feeders and trailers Australia-wide,” they said.
“All of UTF Australia products bring something new to the market and are innovative in their design and built strong to last and UTF continues to develop innovative products.”
The Clarkes said being a family-owned and operated business, they appreciated the challenges faced by farming families.
“With the company’s heritage in agriculture, farmers can be assured that UTF Australia products are not only of the highest quality but also the most farmer and livestock-friendly they can be,” the Clarkes said.
“UTF Australia offers quality products at realistic values.”
Farm Weekly general manager Trevor Emery said he was pleased to be again partnering with the Clarke family’s manufacturing business UTF Australia, to offer annual subscribers the chance to win a prize that is practical and of use to farmers in their day-to-day business.
“We offered a similar prize package with Bruce and Ben Clarke in 2013 giving away $10,000 in products and the response to the competition was overwhelming,” Mr Emery said.
“We have upped the ante considerably this year doubling the prize on offer to $20,000.
“The UTF feeder and trailer products are renowned for their strength in build and the practical and efficient design of both the feeder and trailer range.
“The lucky winner will have the choice between a feeder, trailer or perhaps a combination of product.
“Farm Weekly is proud to support a WA-owned family business that is based in Goomalling and providing local job opportunities and supporting the general farming community.”
To be eligible to enter the Farm Weekly/UTF Australia WIN $20,000 Products Package Competition, readers simply need to be a current annual subscriber to Farm Weekly, complete an original entry form and forward the entries to Farm Weekly, attention Kathy Nicholls, PO Box 1268, Victoria Park East, WA, 6981.
Postal entries close Monday, August 27, 2018, but entries can placed in the competition barrel at the UTF Australia display site at this year’s Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days on both days, up until 1.30pm on Thursday, August 30, 3018.