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dylanwinter1

www.ifyoulikehorses.tv

www.ifyoulikehorses.tv – if you like horses you will like this website – www.ifyoulikehorses.tv
157 sec.

Peterborough Truckfest 05 – Wall of Death – www.truckingfantastic.com

the Wall of death – great bikes, great people, great venue, great spectacle – what more could you want?

Filmed at Truckfest East – www.truckfest.co.uk
615 sec.

Peterborough Truckfest 04 – Oshkosh Tank Transporter – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com – Oshkosh M 170 tank transporter- Filmed at Truckfest East – www.truckfest.co.uk
228 sec.

Peterborough Truckfest 03 American Wrecker – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com – Western Star wreck truck with 15 litre Cat engine- Filmed at Truckfest East – www.truckfest.co.uk
161 sec.

Peterborough Truckfest 01 Monster Truck arena accident – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com. Truckfest Peterborough has some amazing shows in the main arena. Not everything goes exactly according to plan. Filmed at Truckfest East – www.truckfest.co.uk
120 sec.

Peterborough Truckfest 02 Billy Bowie – the best Pickup in Scotland – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingFantastic.com. Billy Bowie – who runs a fleet of 90 trucks – most of them vacuum tankers – has an F650 pickup. It has a mere 15,000 miles on the clock, cost £60,000 and is a brilliant bit of kit. Filmed at Truckfest East – www.truckfest.co.uk
173 sec.

www.truckingFantastic.com

the best trucking films from around the World
37 sec.

Frederick Harvesting – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com for more great trucking films
http://www.amazon.com/Custom-Cutters-Thousand-Mile-Harvest/dp/1897136889 The opening sequence from the DVD Custom Cutters available through Amazon.
101 sec.

giant log truck – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com for more great trucking films. Loggers DVD also available from Amazon, Old Pond and Diamond farm
81 sec.

tough corner in fully laden log truck – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com for more great truckling films Some of the corners are really tough to negotiate for thse log truck truck drivers working on Vancouver Island.
www.truckingfantastic.com for more great trucking films. Loggers DVD also available from Amazon, Old Pond and Diamond farm
29 sec.

grain truckers unloading combines – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.TruckingFantastic.com for more great trucking films. Buy the “Custom Cutters” DVD from www.oldpond.com
chevrolet pick up truck converted to handle big bales – straight out of mad max

the truckers organise the unloading of the combines – seven combines – truck to field in 20 minutes – bloody amazing
175 sec.

Fredericks Custom Harvesters – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.TruckingFantastic.com for more great trucking films. Buy the “Custom Cutters” DVD from www.oldpond.com, Amazon and Diamond farm
103 sec.

three truck tow HD – www.truckingfantastic.com

www.truckingfantastic.com for more great trucking films. Loggers DVD also available from Amazon, Old Pond and Diamond farm

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/loggers-video.htm
Three 500hp log trucks push and pull a yarder to the top of the hill – amazing skills
186 sec.

The farmer, his wife and their dog – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 09

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
103 sec.

Kiwi care and attention – the Pratley gets it – twice – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 06

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
51 sec.

dangerous business – cultivating steep slopes in NZ – “sheep Station NZ” taster 10

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
116 sec.

A weird way to earn a living – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 07

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
60 sec.

Bendigo Merinos flow across the land – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 04

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
83 sec.

Shearing a Romney – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 08

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
117 sec.

Shearing a Merino – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 09

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it and more info here

http://rogergsmith.typepad.co.uk/publishing_days/2009/07/sheeo-farming-nz-dvd-advance-information.html

Sheep Station NZ is a new double-disc DVD by Dylan Winter running for 3 hours plus overs. Available end October from Old Pond at £19.95 (inc VAT).

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes on 68,000 hectares, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep. There’s a video taster linked to the blog of 19 February.

Contents:
DISC ONE
Introduction
Coronet Peak
Plant Invaders
Alastair Macdonald
Hedging
Glenaray
Ferry
Tim Grieve
Farmers Transport
Leicester Grey
Feilding Livestock Market
Hunterville Shemozzle
Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm
Royal Show
Livesey Brothers
Dan Steels pig hunt
Bendigo
Story of Shrek
Ben Innes
Irrigation
Mike Salvesen
The story of the 100 year old fence
206 sec.

through the pens – “Sheep Station NZ” taster

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
135 sec.

helicopter mustering – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 08

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
341 sec.

Royal New Zealand Show – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 08

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
253 sec.

NZ sheep dog at work – bringing down a lamb – “Sheep Station NZ” taster 02

http://www.oldpond.com/acatalog/sheep_station_nz.html

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

http://www.herding-dog-training-border-collie-sheepdog-dvd.com/dvd-sheep-station-nz-dylan-winter-herding-sheepdog-new-zealand.htm#buy

Amazon will also be selling it

Sheep Station NZ Two-disk DVD PAL format
Dylan Winter Released 2009
Running time approx 3 hours
plus extras

DVD £19.95 inc VAT

ISBN 978-1-906853-10-5

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep.

Contents:

DISC ONE
Introduction – Coronet Peak – Plant Invaders – Alastair Macdonald Hedging Glenaray Ferry – Tim Grieve – Farmers Transport – Leicester Grey – Feilding Livestock Market – Hunterville Shemozzle – Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm – Royal Show – Livesey Brothers – Dan Steels pig hunt Bendigo – Story of Shrek – Ben Innes Irrigation – Mike Salvesen – Blue ducks Farewell – Extra: The rabbit-proof fence
100 sec.

NZ sheep dog at work – just the right pressure – sheep station NZ taster 01

prices of DVD £19.95 in the UK ….. 22.95 euros ….. $ 34.95 US dollars …… $27.95 Aus dollars…. from here

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Amazon will also be selling it and more info here

http://rogergsmith.typepad.co.uk/publishing_days/2009/07/sheeo-farming-nz-dvd-advance-information.html

Sheep Station NZ is a new double-disc DVD by Dylan Winter running for 3 hours plus overs. Available end October from Old Pond at £19.95 (inc VAT).

Dylan spent three months in New Zealand recording a wide range of sheep farms and the background to them. Most of New Zealand gets plenty of rain its a good place to grow grass. Where you can grow grass you can grow sheep, and on one station in this DVD they run 40,000 ewes on 68,000 hectares, not to mention 1,500 cows and 4,000 deer hinds.

The breed names will be familiar to British viewers Romneys, Merinos and the Romney x Cheviots known as Perendales. Some of the sheep management will be less familiar, with mustering by huntaways or helicopter, fast-moving tailing crews and a complete lack of lambing sheds.

Dylan digs under the colourful surface of a variety of sheep enterprises from all parts of New Zealand. He explores the change in the meat/wool price, the part cattle play on sheep farms, the continuing importance of the UK Christmas lamb market and how the Kiwis have coped with the ending of their special relationship.

Dylan sets the farming scene in its context with some of the most wonderful scenery you will ever see, and includes features on livestock markets and transport, threats to indigenous flora and wildlife, how to trim 60 ft hedges, the NZ Royal Show and the high-energy lifestyle of New Zealand shepherds. His interviewees include recent farming immigrants from Scotland who compare their experiences.

This is Gods own country with a strong work ethic where the shearing gang and the grader are kings. A great place to grow sheep. There’s a video taster linked to the blog of 19 February.

Contents:
DISC ONE
Introduction
Coronet Peak
Plant Invaders
Alastair Macdonald
Hedging
Glenaray
Ferry
Tim Grieve
Farmers Transport
Leicester Grey
Feilding Livestock Market
Hunterville Shemozzle
Extra: Silage making

DISC TWO
Otiwhiti training farm
Royal Show
Livesey Brothers
Dan Steels pig hunt
Bendigo
Story of Shrek
Ben Innes
Irrigation
Mike Salvesen
The story of the 100 year old fence
98 sec.