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Riverton , 5 Jetty Street , 03 234 8162
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Who we are...
A Southland company with over 30 years
trading in the Meat Industry and 10 years in
Homekill looking to provide a clean, fast and
efficient service with a personal touch and
value for money. Our slaughterman Kevin
has 28 years experience and will provide
you with service second to none.
What you do...
Call us to advise your needs and on the
appointed day either be available to identify
the stock or have them separated for ease of
access and identification.
What we do...
Organise a date that is suitable to you and
arrive with all the equipment to slaughter the
required animals. They are then transported
to our modern hygienic premises for hanging.
We then contact you in the following days
to discuss your processing needs and call
you once the product is finished, frozen and
ready for collection.
You may also call in and drop off your own
stock and game meats as long as it is clean,
free from foreign matter and skinned.
We can provide a full range of extras for
your processing such as kebabs, french
racks, stirfry and dicing with the option of
marinating as well.
Homekill $115 + Hide
Offal removal (if required) $20
Processing Charges $1.00 per kilo
Homekill $20 + Pelt
Offal removal -- no charge
Processing Charge $20
Offal Removal -- no charge
Processing Charge $80
(Our pigs are skinned not scolded and all offal and
waste must be left on your property)
Fresh Pork $90 • Baconer $110
Basic $3.30kg -- minimum 5kg
Sausages • Saveloys • Chippolatas
• Cherrios • Luncheon • Meat Patties
Gourmet $3.95kg -- minimum 10kg
Swiss Roll • Pork & Chive • Cheese &
Bacon • Cheese & Onion-Herb & Garlic
• Frankfurters • Steak & Onion • Lamb Mint
Rosemary • Merlot & Cracked Pepper
We also offer a full range of Gluten
and Allergy Free range.
All prices are GST inclusive.
AVAILABLE NOW CALL GARY
Cnr Deveron & Spey Sts
Ph/Fax: 03 214 3455
• Raw Frozen Meats
• Premium Dry Food
• Quality Bird Seed
• Treats and Chews
• Toys and Accessories
• Crates and Cages
• Collars and Leads
P: 03 2177506
56 Elles Road, Invercargill
SO YOU CAN TOO...
WATCH this space...
Female Change Rooms are CLOSED for
refurbishment from 4th March for approx 4 weeks.
With the Male rooms to follow
(Temp. change rooms available).
Steam room is closed for refurbishment -- check
Splashpalace.co.nz or facebook for more details
New reflooring project with new safety measures
including anti-slip surfacing
Ride fun for Fergus
Green monster: Fergus Lange, 2, at the Plunket duathlon in Otatara on Saturday.
Photo: NICOLE GOURLEY / FAIRFAX NZ 627695983
A significant award
for all the hard work
By LOUISE BERWICK
A blooming winner: Joyce Robins
stands in her country garden, which has
just been awarded the title of A Garden
of Significance by the New Zealand
What started as a plan scribbled
on grease proof paper has
blossomed into an award-
Joyce Robins' garden has been a
labour of love for 17 years and
now her thousands of hours of
hard work have paid off.
Mrs Robins' property, Tudor
Park Country Stay and Gardens,
has been awarded the title of a
Garden of Significance by the
New Zealand Gardens Trust.
The award is not given out
lightly and is the third highest
in the Gardens Trust tier
system. Her garden is only one
tier below Queens Park, which
holds the title of a Garden of
The title came as a shock for the
Ryal Bush woman, who had not
been expecting to be given such
high recognition for her four-
acre labour of love.
The garden is her passion and
she was known to spend nearly
all day ''pottering around out
there'', she said.
When she and late husband
John bought the property, they
decided to expand the garden.
As time went on, the garden
became a bigger part of her life.
The initial plans were created
on a piece of grease proof paper
and the landscaping and plant-
ing were the hard work of the
''It was really a garden designed
for two people in their retire-
When John died two years ago
the garden was let go, running
away on Mrs Robins, but it held
so many memories for her that
she found herself enjoying it
more and more, she said.
She is very modest about her
colourful and flowering prop-
erty, which is often admired by
guests and occasionally opened
to the public.
''It's never going to be pristinely
tidy,'' she said.
That was part of the country
garden style, emphasised by the
sheep poking their heads
through the wooden gates at the
end of the property and that is
how she liked it, she said.
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