Subscribe and win Husqvarna Brushcutter

November 3, 2017

Subscribe here (or renew your subscription) to SA Forestry magazine NOW and you could win this fantastic Husqvarna 143R-II brushcutter worth over R7 000. This rugged machine is equipped with safety features and super comfortable harness and is designed for tough work. It weighs just 8 kg and the engine has a power output of 1.5 kW.

Competition rules
All new subscriptions and renewals received between 10th October and 20th November 2017 will be entered into a lucky-draw competition. The winner will be announced in the December 2017 issue of SA Forestry.

Last month's winner

Justen Osborne from ZAF Contracting, Kwambonambi, is the winner of of the beautiful coffee-table book, Guide to the Properties and Uses of Southern African Wood, published by Briza Publications. Congrats!

October edition

The October edition of SA Forestry magazine is out now, featuring in-depth features on forestry industrialization, the recent Agfo Expo, steep slope harvesting, sawmilling, silviculture as well as industry news and unique views from regular collumnists and specialists. Don't miss out, subscribe now.

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