Hustler farm Equipment hails from Hastings in Hawkes Bay and one of its machines has been made into a special edition to help raise funds for Breast Cancer research in Australia. The Hustler EzFeed silage wagon Pink special edition is making a splash in Oz in support of the McGrath Foundation set up by former Aussie Cricketer Glen McGrath. His wife Jane died of breast cancer in 2008 several years after setting up the McGrath Foundation which raises money to fund breast care nurses in rural and regional Australia, and to increase breast awareness in young women. The Hustler EzFeed silage wagon is now busy spreading the message and silage on a farm at Gendore Victoria.
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