Local guys supporting show and our farms

EXPANDING: The Fine Arts section of the Stanthorpe Show is set to grow this year.
EXPANDING: The Fine Arts section of the Stanthorpe Show is set to grow this year. Contributed

BEST Harvest Labour is once again the major sponsor of the wall displays in the fruit and vegetable section at the Stanthorpe Show and the trays of apples.

"As each year goes by, we appreciate the support we receive from our farmers and our show society in turn appreciates the wonderful support from Best Harvest Labour,” a Stanthorpe Agricultural Show Society representative said.

"Linda Clutterbuck and her team provide a wonderful service to our region's workers seeking a job, particularly for our many backpackers who flock to the area for our harvesting season.

"The amazing producers on the Granite Belt take the poor growing seasons in their stride, the wild weather and hail damage and drought, but are encouraged by the good times and can always provide the most magnificent fruit and vegetables for display at the show.

"The show is a window to the region, which has so much to offer.

"Best Harvest Labour ease the problem for farmers by supplying the workers to them.

"All our farmers can be proud of the wall displays, their produce being used in such a way as to provide spectacular displays which are very unique,” the representative said.

Always a favourite of show attendees, be sure to head down to see what creative imaginings have been pieced together for this year's show.

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