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TWA-0070982 © WestPix Dandaragan sheep farmer Hugh Roberts is worried he will run out of feed stock for his ewes and lambs within a couple of weeks due to the dry winter.  Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
CTY-0003880 © WestPix Dandaragan sheep farmer Hugh Roberts is worried he will run out of feed stock for his ewes and lambs within a couple of weeks due to the dry winter.  Picture: Steve Ferrier The West Australian.
CTY-0003861 © WestPix North Eneabba farmers Tammy Sandison and Kate Heal say the town would like the State Govermetnt to fund a memorial in the town to honour the men that opened the area up to agriculture after being alocated farming land in Eneabba after the Second World War. Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman. Pictured: Member for Moore Shane Love is shown by Mrs Sandison (whose
TWA-0070419 © WestPix Dry weather has played havoc with crops this season in Dalwallinu. Shire President Steven Carter and sons Todd Carter and Gavin Carter on the family farm. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0003857 © WestPix Darkan sheep farmer Jason Gibbs says the fields may look greener than the Wheatbelt, but are fairly pale and lifeless for the area at this time of the year.  Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003858 © WestPix The Sunday Times is looking at farming conditions in the Wheatbelt with some parts being very dry, while other parts are wet. Pictured is York farmer Duncan Young on his property near the town. Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper. The Sunday Times
CTY-0003859 © WestPix Dry weather has played havoc with crops this season in Dalwallinu. Shire President Steven Carter and sons Todd Carter and Gavin Carter on the family farm. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
SUN-1402195 © WestPix The Sunday Times is looking at farming conditions in the Wheatbelt with some  parts being very dry, while other parts are wet. Pictured is York farmer Duncan Young with dog Diesel on his property near the town. Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper. The Sunday Times
CTY-0003842 © WestPix Global food trends speaker David Hughes addresses audiences at the conference. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0003814 © WestPix CBH Group Kwinana Zone manager Gavin Bignell at the Kwinana Grain Terminal. Picture: Cally Dupe
TWA-0067302 © WestPix Assistant farm manager Sandra Dormont walks past inspirational chinese graffitti painted on one of the sheds at Connemara farm Lake King. 20th Nov 2013 Picture by Steve Ferrier / The West Australian.
CTY-0003777 © WestPix David Beard, of Cunderdin, with his kelpie Milo. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0003787 © WestPix The future of grain farming in the Brookton area is looking bright. Pictured is local grain farmer Murray Hall (right) with son Wil Hall (13), Murrays brother Ian Hall and Ians' son Toby Hall (11) at their farm near Brookton. Picture - Justin Benson-Cooper. The West Australian
TWA-0066110 © WestPix Bryce Roberts with a bio-urn, which you fill with ashes and then plant, ultimately growing a tree as a memorial to the loved one who passed. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
WAN-0029550 © WestPix EXACT DATE UNKNOWN (IMAGE TAKEN IN 1938) DOODLAKINE FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY LTD. 1938.
TWA-0065429 © WestPix Aaron Day with his backyard aquaponics setup, currently farming Perch. The water from the fish tank is pumped up to the vegetable garden, where it waters the vegetables, with the cleaned excess water filtering back down into the fish tank.  Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0003694 © WestPix Wagin Woolorama, Countryman display awards. Best major exhibitor. AFGRI precision farming specialist Damian Herbert accepts the award from Rodeo patron Jo Kestral. Pic Mogens Johansen, Countryman
CTY-0003653 © WestPix Swan Wool Processors principal Paul Foley encourages woolgrowers to take pride in higher farmgate wool prices. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003659 © WestPix Wagin farming couple Luke Hall and Alexandra Hall have just finished their first wool harvest together has man and wife. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003664 © WestPix Bridgetown beef farmer Mike Introvigne  isnt happy about the proliferation of Bluegum platations around his district. Pic by Sharon Smith WA News 11 June 2008
CTY-0003672 © WestPix Larissa Taylor of Grains Industry Association of Western Australia and Mark Tucak of Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0003673 © WestPix Ken Flower of University of Western Australia and Dusty Severtson of Department of Agriculture and Food. Picture: Cally Dupe
TWA-0064281 © WestPix Autumn leaves at Michelle McManus and Jeff Pow's Balingup property. 11 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
TWA-0064306 © WestPix Autumn leaves at Michelle McManus and Jeff Pow's Balingup property. 11 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
CTY-0003650 © WestPix Global food trends speaker David Hughes addresses audiences at the conference. Picture: Cally Dupe
TWA-0063742 © WestPix Noel Burton and Kelly Burton and thier daughter Bree-Anna in Walpole. The beef farming family are venturing into honey and avacado production. Picture: Iain Gillespie The West Australian
CTY-0003570 © WestPix Tone Park L4 is one of eight Lincoln Red bulls on offer at the Narrogin Invitational Bull Sale to be held on February 21. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003571 © WestPix Primaries wool agent Mark Boxall displays the Westerdale wool consignment that sold for 1146 cents greasy at the Western Wool Centre. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003572 © WestPix Terraneil L52 is one of 18 bulls on offer from the Poll Hereford stud at the Countryman Invitational Bull Sale on February 21. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003578 © WestPix Elders agents Kerryn Mickle and Jamie Hart, top-price buyer Michael Collard, of Warringah Angus stud, Badgingarra, and Ardcairnie stud co-principal Jim McGregor, of Kojonup. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003579 © WestPix New buyers Jenny Cockman and Terry Cockman, of Tebco Fishing Company, Dongara, bought 11 bulls. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003580 © WestPix Ardcairnie Angus bull L110 sold for the $13,400 top-price to Warringah Angus stud, Badgingarra. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003527 © WestPix Koojan Hills Angus stud co-principals Pam Smit and Lew Smit pictured with Lew's sons Pete Smit, who lives in Sydney and Adrian Smit , who works and lives in London. The Smit family hosted their final bull sale in which prices reached a record top-price of $25,500, with all 52 bulls sold to a record average price of $10,788. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003528 © WestPix The Munda Reds bull pictured was bred on Mundabullangana station, but a tough season dictated its upkeep on grass at Glencoe's Gingin property would better prepare the rising two-year-old bull to work back at Port Hedland after the rain. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003529 © WestPix After an exceptional growing season, Ardcairnie Angus co-principal Jim McGregor gives thought to what will be during the 2017 bull selling season. The McGregors will offer 82 bulls at their Maybenup property at Kojonup on Tuesday, January 31. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003530 © WestPix Sale bull Jutland Park Z7JL35 is a low birthweight Red Angus bull which carries a deep body and would be suitable for heifers as it's 16 year-old dam has proven longevity after dropping 14 calves. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003531 © WestPix Jutland Park Red Angus stud principal Guy Jellicoe will offer 15 bulls at the WA Consolidated Red Angus Bull Sale on Monday, February 13. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003532 © WestPix At last year's Ardcairnie bull sale were Elders auctioneer Nathan King, centre, pictured with Will and Lewis Roe, of Benalong Grazing, Gingin, and the Ardcairnie Angus bull they purchased for $8200. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003533 © WestPix Graze about WA beef Harvey Beef operations manager Karl Sleeman is a big fan of beef, whether its 100 per cent grassfed or 100-day grain-fed, it's all clean, green and delicious.
CTY-0003534 © WestPix Diamond Tree Long Haul, of one of # Angus bulls to be offered at the Gandy family's bull sale at Manjimup on Friday, February 17. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003535 © WestPix Diamond Tree Reserve L102 is an excellent represenative of the eight sons of VAR Reserve 1111 to be offered at the Gandy family's bull sale. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003537 © WestPix Harvey Beef operations manager Karl Sleeman with a GRAZE branded 100 per cent grass-fed carcase and a 100-day grain fed Harvey Beef branded carcase, both ready to be processed into the premium food sector. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003538 © WestPix Blackrock L50, sired by Lawsons Invincible C402 will be sale lot 11 at the MacLeay family's annual Angus bull sale, which will offer 56 bulls on Thursday, February 25. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003542 © WestPix Bullock Hills Simmentals is offering L97, a Black Simmental bull, in a sale team of 20 bulls, including both black and traditional bulls at the WA Supreme Bull Sale to be held at Brunswick on February 16. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003543 © WestPix Chris Metcalfe, of Koojan Hills Angus stud and Melaleuca Murray Grey stud, Manypeaks, will along with his family be hosting a combined bull sale on Monday, February 20. Picture: Bob Garnant
ALA-0000975 © WestPix South Stirling farmer John Howard and son Jack Howard finished their harvest last week after a frustrating finish to what began as a promising year. Picture: Malcolm Heberle
CTY-0003520 © WestPix Ray Fulwood and his son Ty Fulwood harvesting their bumper wheat crop on the farm at Southern Brook, east of Northam. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
CTY-0003521 © WestPix Eneabba sheep farmer Chris Patmore.
CTY-0003522 © WestPix Badgingarra cattle producer Mike Collard with his young Angus cattle that he hope may get a premium price on Chinese live cattle market in the future. Picture Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003523 © WestPix An auction under way at the Muchea Livestock Centre.  PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
CTY-0003524 © WestPix Livestock and Rural Transport Association of WA's new president Stephen Marley. Mr Marley is the general manager of Marleys Transport. PHOTO: DANELLA BEVIS
CTY-0003526 © WestPix Contractor Lance Clement harvesting Mace wheat at Marchagee. PICTURE: DANELLA BEVIS
CTY-0003512 © WestPix Former WAFarmers president and Murray Grey cattle farmer Dale Park at his Badingarra farm. Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003513 © WestPix Dr Richard Snowball in his quinoa trial at Cunderdin, said disappointing harvest results have illustrated the sensitivity of the quinoa to cold September temperatures. Picture: Jo Fulwood
CTY-0003514 © WestPix Tammin famer Oscar York, with Cunderdin farmer Frank O'Hare, Simon York (Tammin), WAFarmers Executive Officer Kim Haywood, WAFArmers Media and Communications Officer Melanie Dunn, WAFarmers Executive Officer Grady Powell, WAFarmers President Tony York, WAFarmers Executive Officer Maddison McNeil, WAFarmers Membership Co-ordinator Sara Andacic with Minister f
CTY-0003515 © WestPix Agriculture Minister Mark Lewis said reducing red tape and arresting the decline in the State budget allocation for agriculture were key priorities for him in the coming year. Picture: Jo Fulwood
CTY-0003516 © WestPix Bob Neuman and his grandson Tom Gibbs set their sights on a winning season after taking out a wins at the Wellard Star of the West Campdraft. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003498 © WestPix The O'Driscoll family, of Northam, wrapped up their 2016 harvest program on the afternoon before widespread rain across the State. From left; Damian O'Driscoll, Tim O'Driscoll, Bailey O'Driscoll (13), Jaxon O'Driscoll (18) and Glen O'Driscoll. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper
CTY-0003507 © WestPix Cunderdin farmer Frank O'Hare said despite the mixed bag harvest results, 2016 would be remembered as being an extremely encouraging and rewarding year. Picture: Jo Fulwood
CTY-0003509 © WestPix The O'Driscoll family, of Northam, wrapped up their 2016 harvest program on the afternoon before widespread rain across the State. From left; Damian O'Driscoll, Tim O'Driscoll, Bailey O'Driscoll (13), Jaxon O'Driscoll (18) and Glen O'Driscoll. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper
TWA-0059931 © WestPix No joy for Kondinin Farmers: Farmer Lindsay Tuckwell and her husband Grant have been hit hard by frost this year. Pic: Michael Wilson The West Australian.
CTY-0003493 © WestPix Tamara Carter and Neil Carter, with Neil's father Rod, baby Aiden and dog Pugs, were last week harvesting barley, which was acheiving good results despite some small frost damage. If Aiden chooses to pursue farming, he will be the sixth generation on the Meckering farm. Picture: Jenne Brammer
CTY-0003496 © WestPix An auction under way at the Muchea Livestock Centre.  PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWA-0054437 © WestPix Perth Royal Show senior vet, Peter Arnold, aged 70, with five-year-old Nugget, a Highland Cow from Bindoon. It is the first year Highlands Cows have been shown at the show. peter has been head vet for 10 years. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
CTY-0003416 © WestPix Andrew Wilson and Graeme Pretty from Greenham and Co, at the Muchea cattle yards. Picture; Michael O'Brien The West Australian
CTY-0003417 © WestPix Moora farmer and 2016 Rural Community Achiever Award recipient Desmond Seymour. Picture: Matt Jelonek
CTY-0003418 © WestPix Winners of the Future Sheep Breeders Challenge, were WA College of Agriculture, Narrogin, students Haidee Boxer, Lauren Rayner.James Batterbee and Emma Bentley. The students were under the watchful eye of AWI sheep industry specilist Stuart Hodgson, judge Grantley Mullan, and Stud Merino Breeders Association of WA president Steven Bolt. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003419 © WestPix Winners in the Merino Sheep Judging Championships were Lauren Rayner (first), Hayden Baker (second), and Emma Bentley (third), who were under the watchful eye of Federal Council of Agriculture Societies of Australia president Bill Trend and judge Darren Chapman, of Boyup Brook. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003420 © WestPix WA College of Agriculture, Cunderdin students Danny Halligan, Grace Davy, Kiden Johnston, Jadan Smith and Shannon McLean were the team winners of the RAS Young Sheep Producers Challenge. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003421 © WestPix Longtime Square Meaters breeder and 30 year Royal Show vetran Maureen Giglia with her senior champion and grand champion female Meta Park Heidi. Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003422 © WestPix With the supreme senior champion all-breeds dairy female, Acero Shottle Ruby, were judge Pat Nicholson, Rural Ambassador of the year Brad Kupsch, of Allanooka, handler Susan Lutey, and owner Wayne Owston, of Broselinda Park stud, of Donnybrook. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003423 © WestPix With the supreme intermediate champion all-breeds dairy female, Broselinda Park Aftershock Madge, were judge Pat Nicholson and owner Wayne Owston, of Donnybrook. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003424 © WestPix With the supreme champion all-breeds junior dairy female, were judge Pat Nicholson, and WA College of Agriculture student Sam Hall. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003425 © WestPix Brandon Baker with his champion Rouen. Picture: Matt Jelonek
CTY-0003426 © WestPix Alaric Korb who helped co-ordinate the coastal group exhibit, with produce that will be donated.  Picture: Matt Jelonek
CTY-0003427 © WestPix Repeat buyer Brendon Duncan, of Glen Park White Dorper stud, Wentworth, SA, secured Seven UltraWhite rams to a top of $4500. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003428 © WestPix With the $5000 Navanvale top-priced ram, were Mitchell and Chris Hogg, of Navanvale stud, Williams, and Elders agent Nathan King who secured the ram for account PT & EA Brady, of Victoria. Picture: Bob Garnant
TWA-0055456 © WestPix Grant Cooke, Grass Valley local and Chairman of thr Supreme Organising Committee, as well as one of the two State Representatives in the Interstate Challenge and captain of the Australian team in the upcoming Trans-Tasman Test. Each year Australia and New Zealand compete against each other for the Wayleggo Cup. Picture: Simon Santi
CTY-0003375 © WestPix With the interbreed champion ram, were judges Chris Marr, Daryl Dixon, Callum O'Neil, Denam Cater, and Shirlee Downs Poll Dorset stud co-principal Chris Squiers, of Quairading. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003376 © WestPix Judge Denam Carter with Andrew Greenup and Tamesha Gardner and Andrew Greenup of the Ida Vale Stud, with the Supreme Champion White Dorper. Picture Jenne Brammer
CTY-0003377 © WestPix With the winning interbreed group of three rams, were Lachlan Sutherland, Zach White, Graham Sutherland and Les Sutherland, of Sandown Prime SAMM stud, Perenjori, and handler Randal Levett. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003378 © WestPix Dongadilling Poll Dorset stud co-principal Sascha Squiers, of Quairading, judges Clint Westphal and Chris Marr, displayed the supreme champion exhibit of the Poll Dorset breed judging, a Dongadilling ewe. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003379 © WestPix With the champion Poll Dorset ram, were judges Chris Marr and Clint Westphal, Agriculture Minister Mark Lewis, and Shirlee Downs stud co-principal Chris Squiers, of Quariading. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003380 © WestPix Adrian Squiers and Chris Squiers, of Shirlee Downs Poll Dorset stud, Quairading, displayed their champion ewe and ram lamb exhibits. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003381 © WestPix Border Leicester champion and supreme champion ram with handler Harriet Moss and judge Colin Holmes.  Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003382 © WestPix Champion and supreme champion ram with owner Nathan Patterson and judge Colin Holmes.   Picture: Rueben Hale Countryman
CTY-0003383 © WestPix Wellard representative Harold Sealey back, presented the IGA Perth Royal Show prime lamb carcase awards to Laurie Fairclough, of Stockdale stud, York, Jim Glover, of JimJan stud, Boyup Brook, and Adrian Squiers, of Shirlee Downs stud, Quairading. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003384 © WestPix With the $13,500 top-priced ram, were Shirlee Downs Poll Dorset stud principals Adrian Squiers and Chris Squiers, of Quairading, buyer George Pearce, of Orrvale stud, Kojonup, Landmark agents Roy Addis and Troy Hornby. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003385 © WestPix Spencer Morris (8) from Morrisvale Farm in Donnybrook shows the Bull who the boss is at The Perth Royal Show 2016. Picture Ian Munro The West Australian 27/09/2016
CTY-0003386 © WestPix Judge Denam Carter with Andrew Greenup and Tamesha Gardner of the Ida Vale Stud, with the Supreme Champion Dorper. Picture Jenne Brammer
CTY-0003387 © WestPix Judge Daryl Dixon and GoldenOver's Ray Batt, pictured with the Surpreme Champion of the Ile De France breed
CTY-0003388 © WestPix Doug and Erin Wilcock, of Preston Rise Square Meters stud, Noggerup, with their bull, PR Lycett Jax, which was sashed supreme interbreed exhibit at the specialty breeds judging after which its full brother was sashed grand champion carcase, the Wilcock's first at the IGA Perth Royal Show. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003389 © WestPix IGA Perth Royal Show volunteer Josh Percival-Evison, who looked after all the farm pigs at the Tom Wilding pavilion, visited the Perth Royal Flower show exhibition with piglet in hand. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003390 © WestPix IGA Perth Royal Show volunteer Josh Percival-Evison, who looked after all the pigs at the Tom Wilding pavilion, visited the Perth Royal Flower show exhibition with piglet in hand. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003392 © WestPix Graham Manning with his Holstein-Friesian dairy herd at Harvey. PHOTO: DANELLA BEVIS
CTY-0003393 © WestPix Dr Shahab Pathan demonstrates the significant difference in plant biomass between canola plants taken from ripped and un-ripped trial plots.  PHOTO CREDIT JO FULWOOD
CTY-0003394 © WestPix CSIRO's Dr Greg Rebetzke in one of 200 different lines in wheat breeding trials at the Managed Environment facility near Merredin.  PHOTO CREDIT JO FULWOOD
CTY-0003395 © WestPix With the supreme fleece of the IGA Perth Royal Show, were Elders wool agent Tim Burgess, fleece exhibitors Darrel and Glenys McIlroy, of Glendawn stud, Pitharra, and their grandson Cooper Jones. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003396 © WestPix With the grand champion bull of the Salers breed juding, Alsha Baylee Lateef, were handler Asher Goddard and judge David Hobbs. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0003397 © WestPix With the supreme exhibit of the Speckle Park breed judging, Tungamah Sally Sue, were Nichole Maindock, judge Craig Gapes, Albie Bookman and Teinoe Coombe. Picture: Bob Garnant
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