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Fieldays intern plays in Ag Art Wear

Fieldays intern plays in Ag Art Wear

Playing dress ups in the rain is the life for Fieldays intern Milly Van Der Hoeven today, with Greenscape Landscaping employees joining in the fun.

Milly is wearing a Fieldays Ag Art Wear® garment made entirely from electric fence tape – although she doesn’t look too sure about her umbrella.

The backstage Ag Art Wear room down at Fieldays is abundant with many exciting and curious Ag Art Wear designs this year and the competition is ready for the runway.

Celebrating its 10th birthday this year, the Ag Art Wear competition showcases designers creations made from agricultural materials. From a peacock feather outfit to deer skin warrior armor Ag Art Wear has something for everybody visiting this agricultural event of the year.

Costumes will be modeled at 11am and 2pm daily at Fieldays on the 16 - 19 of June.

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