After cancelling last year's draft due to drought, Augathella hosted a very successful weekend.
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30 Oct 14 After cancelling last year's draft due to drought, Augathella hosted a very successful weekend.
The tickets sold out fast for this year's charity black-tie ball event held in Brisbane.
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30 Oct 14 The tickets sold out fast for this year's charity black-tie ball event held in Brisbane.
Livestock agent Budgie Schiller donned a pink leotard and tutu to raise funds for breast cancer.
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30 Oct 14 Livestock agent Budgie Schiller donned a pink leotard and tutu to raise funds for breast cancer.
It was more than just tea and scones at the 92nd annual state conference in Ipswich this week.
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30 Oct 14 It was more than just tea and scones at the 92nd annual state conference in Ipswich this week.
CIAA auctioneer Budgie Schiller dressed in a pink fairy costume to raise money for cancer research.
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30 Oct 14 CIAA auctioneer Budgie Schiller dressed in a pink fairy costume to raise money for cancer research.
A total of 43 participants attended the camp, with half of them coming from non-farming backgrounds.
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29 Oct 14 A total of 43 participants attended the camp, with half of them coming from non-farming backgrounds.
Australian Grain Technologies hosted a field day at their Roseworthy breeding centre recently.
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29 Oct 14 Australian Grain Technologies hosted a field day at their Roseworthy breeding centre recently.
The 2014 annual NCC Brahman sale set a cracking pace.
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28 Oct 14 The 2014 annual NCC Brahman sale set a cracking pace.
THIS year's Dandy Cup was won by Foreign News, ridden by Anthony Cavallo, Sydney.
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28 Oct 14 THIS year's Dandy Cup was won by Foreign News, ridden by Anthony Cavallo, Sydney.
The Bombala and District Jockey Club's annual Bombala Cup was another success.
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28 Oct 14 The Bombala and District Jockey Club's annual Bombala Cup was another success.
A wrap of the Hay spring sheep sale held on October 24.
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28 Oct 14 A wrap of the Hay spring sheep sale held on October 24.
Seventy-seven rams topped at $2800 twice and averaged $1273 on Saturday, October 25.
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28 Oct 14 Seventy-seven rams topped at $2800 twice and averaged $1273 on Saturday, October 25.
It's just a small country show, but the quality of the competition was top notch at Carcoar.
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27 Oct 14 It's just a small country show, but the quality of the competition was top notch at Carcoar.
Just some of the faces at the 2014 Lancefield Brahman sale.
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27 Oct 14 Just some of the faces at the 2014 Lancefield Brahman sale.
Eighty of 90 rams topped at $2800 and averaged $1273, a rise of  $231 on last year's average.
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27 Oct 14 Eighty of 90 rams topped at $2800 and averaged $1273, a rise of $231 on last year's average.
Young ewes made to $180 a head in warm conditions Friday at Hay Merino breeders' October sheep  sale
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27 Oct 14 Young ewes made to $180 a head in warm conditions Friday at Hay Merino breeders' October sheep sale
Patrons came to the Richmond Turf Club track dressed to rival Flemington.
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27 Oct 14 Patrons came to the Richmond Turf Club track dressed to rival Flemington.
Trading strong at the Australian National Field Days.
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27 Oct 14 Trading strong at the Australian National Field Days.
The Hay Merino Breeders Inc annual spring sheep sale was held on October 24.
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27 Oct 14 The Hay Merino Breeders Inc annual spring sheep sale was held on October 24.
The competition was hot in the arena at the Warwick Gold Cup Campdraft and Rodeo on Friday.
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25 Oct 14 The competition was hot in the arena at the Warwick Gold Cup Campdraft and Rodeo on Friday.
Tips on buying a tractor from Mark Francis at the Austrlian National Field Days.
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25 Oct 14 Tips on buying a tractor from Mark Francis at the Austrlian National Field Days.
Hosting their first royal, Tattersall's Club came alive for Princess Anne and conference delegates.
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25 Oct 14 Hosting their first royal, Tattersall's Club came alive for Princess Anne and conference delegates.
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Katrina - that doesn't answer my question, Australia is trying it's best to educate these
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One of the best decisions an Australian government has ever made. When you have to resort to
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I think we have bushie boy worked out argis. A know it all city slicker.
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