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Hoof Proof Shallow Feeder/Multi Purpose Bucket : Pink
TRLAFL0240

£5.25
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HOOF PROOF SHALLOW FEEDER/MULTI PURPOSE BUCKET 15 LT

This bucket can withstand kicks and stomping and can be easily pushed back into shape without breaking. Extremely durable and reliable.

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