Listing #: 447266834
Business name: KG Agricultur­al Ltd
Location: Tai Tapu
About: Convention­al hay baling and wrapped balage service. 4ft - 5ft 6 Round hay baling and balage. Hedge Mulching and cultivatio­n.
Services offered: Mow rake and bale, convention­al hay/wrappe­d balaged - convention­al size. Round Hay baling and balage. (individua­lly wrapped)
Areas serviced: Selwyn area and christchur­ch.
Availability: Hedge/ditc­h muching - tidy up your property for the spring.
Owner/driver has over 12 years baling experience - willing to assess your property and provide advice and a quote. Offering lifesytle blocks and farmers with hay baling, can also make convential bales into haylage or baleage with a service of conventional wrapping good results and feed back from last season.
NOW running a Round baler for hay and balage requirements,

Willing to help with regrassing direct drilling and ground working all lifesytle cultivation tidy, up those paddocks for the spring ready for the summer hay season give us a call

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What can I say, But Thank you- you went above and beyond., Kieran came,had a look at my paddock on the odd chance I would cut it for small bales, I decided to cut it and take the risk that the weather was going to be great, at midday I called him to let him know that it looked like I wouldnt get my hay before the rain, he was flat out but sent his Father to bring the small wrapper, we had problems with our own baler and they waited patiently until we had it bailed then wrapped it. Great people!
kellyw (120 120 positive feedback)  Wed 10 Dec
Great service, certainly recommend for a great hay baling service. Excellent communication and they turn up when they say they will :0)
mad4hsv (91 91 positive feedback) Address Verified Mar 2017  Wed 15 Oct
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