What began as an Australian family-owned business, will continue to be locally owned and operated, supporting local businesses and employing five Manilla locals from farming backgrounds.
The company has recently undergone a change of ownership, and M&Ms is now owned by Charlie Hart, and his wife Lucy.
The company will continue to be run with the same enthusiasm, friendliness and expertise that customers have grown to expect , and the team at M&Ms are looking to continue to deliver stockyards and steel fabrications of the highest quality in Australia.
"Our designs are proven to work, having sold over three thousand complete sets of yards, hundreds of yard extensions and thousands of individual panels," Mr Hart said.
"We may be a small regional manufacturing business, but we pack a powerful punch.
"We have delivered our yards all over the eastern states of Australia for the last 30 years.
"That speaks to our reputation for quality of design and product.
"Over the years we have modified our designs to grow with the changing needs in safe cattle handling."
Quality and customer satisfaction is the focus of M&M Stockyards.
"When you deal with us, you deal directly with the manufacturer," Mr Hart said.
"This way your yards can be modified and customised to suit specific needs.
"Lucy and I live in Barraba with our children, and love supporting the local community where we can.
"It is with great pleasure that we welcome M&M Stockyards into the Hart Rural business group.
Our designs are proven to work, having sold over three thousand complete sets of yards and hundreds of yard extensions.
"We are directors of Hart Rural Agencies, with branches in Barraba and Manilla and an employ of 30 local residents.
"I work primarily in the Barraba area as a stock and station agent.
"We look forward to a promising future at M&M Stockyards, and hope to count on the support of the local and Australian community of new and returning customers."