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Good Morning At the Rural Bachelor Of the Year

Good Morning At the Rural Bachelor Of the Year


It’s the biggest party of the farming year, and Good Morning is invited!

Good Morning will air live from Mystery Creek to mark 40 years of Fieldays when the gates swing open on Wednesday, June 11. Join Steve Gray in his bush shirt and gumboots, along with Country Calendar’s Frank Torley as they mingle with a host of good keen special guests. Meet this year’s beefy line-up competing in the Fieldays Rural Bachelor of the Year 2008 – they’re the cream of the country crop!

Steve tries his hand at cattle-cutting and “Hunger for the Wild” celebrity chef Al Brown will be cooking for the crowds. We take front row seats at the farm fashion show Ag Art Wear 2008, and meet canny farmers with cunning inventions. And we help celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the Gallagher electric fence! Meanwhile city slickers Sir Bob Jones and our very own Astar will be back in the studio with Sarah Bradley and Brendon Pongia to keep the townies happy.

Watch and win a heap of outdoorsy prizes from Skellerup, Swanndri and Stihl. So chuck the dog on the back of the ute and join Good Morning as we get in behind Fieldays!

Good Morning – weekdays at 9am on TV One.

ENDS

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