A good shovel is the basic tool everyone working in the country needs – it’s got to be light, strong and reliable to make life easier.
The last thing you want is for that dreaded “crack” to happen and another shovel to bite the dust while you’re halfway through an important job.
Thanks to Millbry Hill – The Country Store, you can win a Faulks Grain Shovel worth over £20 with our competition.
The team at Millbry Hill said:
“The Faulks Grain Shovel is a well-balanced, traditional grain shovel. It’s ideal for shifting debris, snow and mucking out stables. With a polypropylene head that makes shovelling easy, minimal effort is required as it is lighter than other typical shovels.”
Based in North Yorkshire, Millbry Hill has been supplying the equestrian community with horse equipment, horse rider clothing and equestrian supplies since 1925. Now Millbry Hill stocks an extensive range of saddlery and equestrian equipment, as well as being one of the largest horse feed merchants online, offering horse feed, balancers and supplements from leading brands.
In addition, its clothing range covers country sports and outdoor pursuits for men, women and children and you can expect to find brands from Hunter and Barbour to Alan Paine and Schoffel.
As well as clothing, you can select homeware and gifts which would look perfectly at home in any country property. So while you’re picking up a new gilet, you could buy a present for that upcoming special occasion while you’re at it.
Your animal pals won’t be left out either, as Millbry Hill have a range for pets small and large – of the furry, feathered or fishy variety.
See millbryhill.co.uk to buy everything you need for country life or please visit https://www.millbryhill.co.uk/equestrian-c4/faulks-grain-shovel-p7313#attribute%5B1%5D=2
To be in with a chance of winning a Faulks Grain Shovel worth over £20 from Millbry Hill, click on the Rafflecopter link below
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