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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.
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26B Esk Street, Invercargill • Ph/Fax 03 218 4221
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of experience and she
would love to meet all her
old clients and welcome
new clients to join her.
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Entertainment news and previews
Tastes of the world
Glorious food: Dhaba Indian Cuisine tandori chef Raju Sharma prepares food ahead of the Multicultural Food
Festival in Invercargill on Saturday.
Festival a chance to taste different foods
What: Multicultural Food
Where: James Hargest College
senior campus gymnasium
When: Saturday, March 16,
Cost: Free entry.
By LOUISE BERWICK
The world will be brought to
Invercargill this weekend.
The annual multicultural food
festival is on Saturday, with
food from throughout the world
being served up in Invercargill.
It is the fourth year the festival
has been held and was orig-
inally a way for the Southland
Multicultural Council to cel-
ebrate race relations day.
The group used to celebrate the
day by holding a concert, but
that only lasted a year after the
first act failed to show up, the
second was late, and the third
nearly set the stage on fire.
Organiser Violet Stewart
decided to throw away the idea
of having an annual concert and
opted to hold a food festival
instead, thinking it would be
easier to organise.
There have been no major
hiccups in the past four years
the festival has been held, but it
was a big job co-ordinating
dozens of groups and com-
munity organisations to make
sure it all went smoothly, she
She roped her husband in to
help her on the day, as well as
about 20 volunteers.
The festival had been growing
each year, and last year saw
thousands of people through its
Mrs Stewart said the event was
a great opportunity for South-
landers to experience a range of
foods from throughout the
world, as well as taste a bit of
Kiwi culture that people did not
have every day.
''The hangi always sells out.''
There would be everything from
sushi, Filipino cuisine, to tra-
ditional British dishes.
As well as a huge range of ethnic
foods, there would also be
It would be a great chance for
families to attend the event,
enjoy the atmosphere and grab a
bite to eat, she said.
Och aye, here come
Family memories: The McDonald family held a reunion in Invercargill to celebrate 150
years of living in New Zealand.
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 627727618
The McDonald family name may be
common but it is also has a rich
history in Southland.
Southland-based descendants of
John McDonald and Grace McQueen
celebrated 150 years since their
family made their way to New
Zealand in Invercargill at the
The family lived in Christchurch
when they arrived in 1863 before
moving to Lumsden, where they
were farmers. Today's McDonalds
live throughout the country but a
large number live in Southland. The
descendants try to meet annually but
this year was special because of the
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