Beyond the bale - AWI quarterly magazine.
Central districts Farmer
"I saw a need for people to be using their traditional mechanical hand-piece as a portable unit".
"It's great for the lifestyle farmer or someone who has 100 lambs to crutch in the corner of the yard".
Weekly times now
August 10, 2009
"The first tradtional shearing handypiece that is battery operated, hangs in a small sling on a belt, and can be taken out in the yards or paddocks, has hit the Australian market!"
"Farmers can use it if they find a fly-blown sheep on the paddock, or they can dag lambs in a yard at the back of the farm".
"The inspiration to design and produce a portable hand piece occurred when...."
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
"What grabbed the farmer's is the flexibility of the Handypiece, which can be used with a belt battery, or attached to the quad battery, anywhere on the farm".
HB Country Scene
"Slim and comfortable to hold and operate, cost effective and waterproof".