the post with no regrets
The Scone Advocate - NSW
Through April and May the word has passed around That the post by name of plasmar’s here to stay.
There’ve been samples by the plenty dropped all about the town At vineyards, farms and studs along the way. And the interested locals, with a sniff of something new Mustered at the plasmar billboard when it stopped They jostled for position there were more than just a few On the plasmar billboard curious stares were locked And then without much fanfare a post came into view And it wasn’t what they thought that it would be For it looked a lot like hardwood with a greyish blackish hew And the folk that knew their postscould easily see.
Although it was all plastic it was a mighty robust log he white ants fled in terror just on sight In tough and arid landscape it would always do the job This post would hold its own in any fight And the knockers said it won’t last it’s a recycled plastic post And won’t the horses eat it just the same But plasmar will still be standing when they are just a ghost And the horses won’t touch plasmar that’s its fame It’s all been tried and tested by the CSIROAnd plasmar’s Aussie made and Aussie owned So its time to get on fencing no regrets for folks that know plasmar posts they are the answer, can’t be cloned.
A great fence postwith a fabulous recycling story now meeting so many fencing needs. No reason not to try some so just buy some!