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SUN-1404390 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - The shearers take a nap during the lunch break. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404391 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Leo "The Legend" Kelly, retired farmer, wool classer. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404392 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - The hands of Brad Gilson. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404393 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Jessica Charles from France. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404394 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Adrian Barker (aka Nudge) with daughter Hayley Barker (17). Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404395 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - James Carr with Dusty (3 y.o. Kelpie) and Cruiser (6 month old kelpie). Picture: Daniel Wilkins.
SUN-1404396 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Greg Gray adds another sheep to the counter. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404397 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Tarryn Gray (20) watches on as Hayley Barker (17) has a go at shearing. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404398 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Jessica Charles from France, Hayley Barker and Greg Gray. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404399 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Tarryn Gray (20) hard at work, with dad Greg, Adrian Barker and Brad Gibson in the background. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404400 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Hayley Barker (17). Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1404401 © WestPix Scenes in a shearing shed in Witchcliffe, just past Margaret River. Pictured - Brad Gilson recently returned to shearing. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
CTY-0004451 © WestPix Rocklea station cattle manager John Forrester, of Parabadoo, bought his first Red Angus bulls to go over Droughtmaster cows to open up more marketing options. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004452 © WestPix Tara M38 is one of seven Limousin bulls on offer from the Tara stud at the Gingin Bull Sale on March 1. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004453 © WestPix Manager of Premium Grain Handlers John Orr is concerned about the effect of Indian tariffs on the industry. Picture: Megan Powell The West Australian.
CTY-0004454 © WestPix Rose De Bruin and Charles De Bruin with the noxious weed cotton bush around their Cardup property.  Picture: Ian Munro The West Australian 13/02/18
CTY-0004455 © WestPix Nuffield Scholars 2018 Boyd Carter (Wubin), Andrew Slade (West Kendenup), Dylan Hirsch (Latham), Luke McKay (Kununurra) and Dudley Mitchell (Bunbury). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004456 © WestPix Mukinbudin dorper producers Robin Smith and Clare Smith at farm located about 30km from the town. Picture: Rueben Hale
CTY-0004457 © WestPix Monterey stud co-principal Gary Buller, of Karridale, pictured with the $18,000 top-priced Murray Grey bull, Monterey Momentum M24, with Elders agent Michael Carroll, and Landmark agent Taaffe, looking on. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004458 © WestPix Monterey Mirage M101, sold for $15,500. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004459 © WestPix Monterey Murray Grey bulls reach a top-price of $18,000. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004460 © WestPix Harris Thompson, of Ventura Angus stud, Boyup Brook, secured a partnership in a PTIC cow/calf unit. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004461 © WestPix Manjimup superfine woolgrower Ron Niven, third left, pictured with his wife Jennifer Jones-Niven, daughter Tammy, Dyson Jones agent Peter Ryan, daughters Sarah and Rhonda. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004462 © WestPix Cookalabi M26 is one of ten Angus bulls to be offered from the stud at the Gingin Bull Sale on March 1. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004463 © WestPix Sheep farmers Dawson Bradford and Rob Mullan with Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan at Dumas House for the launch of LambEx. Picture: Mogens Johansen, The West Australian
CTY-0004464 © WestPix Mungatta Qandahar M44 is one of 12 Murray Grey bulls on offer at the Gingin Bull Sale on March 1. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004465 © WestPix Jonathan Green, whose great-grandfather Ernest Green established what is now Harvey Beef in 1919, has been appointed the livestock buyer for Ernest Green brand to be launched at Spud Shed, Farmer Jacks and IGA on the weekend. Picture: Rueben Hale
CTY-0004466 © WestPix With the $7750 top-priced bull, Jutland Morgan Z7JM10, were Jutland Park Red Angus stud co-principal Guy Jellicoe, of Serpentine, and buyer Adin Elliot, of Eneabba. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004426 © WestPix Displaying their best priced Merino fleece wool were Bridgetown sheep producer and woolgrower Ken Armstrong, right, pictured with his daughter, Belinda Meehan, of Roleystone, farming neighbor Bardy McFarlane, and Dyson Jones agent Lyndon Hosking. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004427 © WestPix Order of Australia Medal (general division) recipient John Henwood at his Gingin cattle farm. The 50-year Kimberley cattle industry veteran was awarded the honour for service to the cattle breeding industry. Picture: Reuben Hale
CTY-0004428 © WestPix Moora-based Cunninghmam Ag Services Mike Douthie is concerned about where they will be able to find trainee field technicians if the local high school closes as a result of the Moora Residential College closing.
CTY-0004429 © WestPix While Labor has reversed the cuts to School of the Air and Northam Residential, the fight to keep Moora Residential College open continues. Pictured: Local business owner Julie Walsh, Central Midlands Senior High School P&C president Tracey Errington and chairperson Melissa Cameron and Moora Shire chief executive Alan Leeson at the college sign, which wa
CTY-0004430 © WestPix Terraneil stud co-principal Terry Woods said cattle producers should consider the Poll Hereford for its highly productive and profitable crossbreeding influence suited to WA conditions. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004431 © WestPix Nathan King and Jodie King with daughters Matilda King and Darcy King . Picture: Laura Grubisa
CTY-0004432 © WestPix AWI woolgrower services manager Graham Curry, ICON Agriculture Andrew Ritchie, Wagin Football Club coach Paul Duffield, Wagin Woolorama merino steward Peter Foley. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004433 © WestPix Moora District High School students (back) Henry Lefroy, 9, Samuel Cameron, 13, Jack Crago, 13, James Partridge, 9, Zachary Cameron, 9, (front) Yerecoin student Eilidh Manning, 4, Moora student Lucy Cameron, 6, and Yerecoin student Aaron Manning, 5. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004403 © WestPix Will Higham (Williams) and Dylan Hirsch (Latham). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004404 © WestPix Katiejean Enright (York), Amy Pannell (Perth), Rebecca Hewton (Perth), and Veronika Crouch (Corrigin). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004405 © WestPix Kate Pannell (Perth), Kirra Thompson (Latham) and Laura Kerr (Carnamah). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004406 © WestPix Samantha Tohl (Kojonup), Raelene Parker (Kojonup), and Amy Richardson (Perth). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004407 © WestPix Cale Beard (Cunderdin), Phil Honey (Esperance), Elly McKenny (Lake Grace) and Tim Della Bosca (Westonia). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004408 © WestPix Landmark representatives Caitlin Farrell and Emma Crane, with Beachport Liquid Minerals representative Gemma Oldfield, and Landmark representatives Annika Pyle and Alanna Hoult. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004409 © WestPix Kapari Angus M37. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004410 © WestPix Kapari Angus stud principals Tony and Liz Sudlow, of Northampton. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004411 © WestPix Caroline Lindsell, Denise Lindsell and Tylyn Binckes, all of Kojonup. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004412 © WestPix Kapari M22, lot 17 will be on offer through the Sudlow family at the Gingin Bull Sale on Thursday, March 1. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004413 © WestPix Landmark agent Neil Brindley, Gibson Angus breeder Michael Whiting, and livestock manager Michael Krygger. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004414 © WestPix Landmark auctioneer Michael Altus, Quicksilver Charolais stud co-principal Doug Giles, of Newdegate, and buyer Barry Panizza, of Albany, who secured the $8750 top-priced bull, Quicksilver Macca. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004415 © WestPix Albany Angus breeder and bull buyer Phillip Marshall, Mason Valley Angus stud principals Darren and Narelle Burrow, of Youngs Siding, were pictured after the Blue Ribbon bull sale. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004416 © WestPix Landmark auctioneer Michael Altus offered and sold 44 bulls to a top of $8750 at the annual Great Southern Blue Ribbon Bull Sale at Mt Barker. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004417 © WestPix Vendor of the $3020 top-priced females, Gibson Angus breeder Michael Whiting, of Shepwok Downs, front, and buyer Luke Barstow, of Arizona Farms, Lake Grace, were pictured with Landmark agent Bob Pumphrey, Esperance agent Neil Brindley, Shepwok Downs livestock manager Michael Krygger, Arizona Farms Karen and Noel Barstow. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004418 © WestPix Liam Higgins, of Rocky Gully, readies to catch his family's Corranup wool which sold to a top-price of 2154 cents/kg greasy. Watching the thrill of the catch, was Bre Davis, of Kojonup, Aaron Higgins, Landmark Dalgety agent Mark Goodall and Ian Higgins. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004419 © WestPix Liam Higgins, of Rocky Gully, readies to catch his family's Corranup wool which sold to a top-price of 2154 cents/kg greasy. Watching the thrill of the catch, was Bre Davis, of Kojonup, Aaron Higgins, Landmark Dalgety agent Mark Goodall and Ian Higgins. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004420 © WestPix Stuart Putt, Jane Putt and their children Oscar Putt, 5 and Victoria Putt, 8 were one of many north-eastern farming families to receive rainfall in the past few weeks.
CTY-0004421 © WestPix Welbungin farmers Stuart Putt and Jane Putt with their children Victoria Putt, 8, and Oscar Putt, 5. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004422 © WestPix Black Tara M41, sired by S Chisum, will be offered as lot 3 at the Gingin Bull Sale to be held on March 1.
CTY-0004423 © WestPix Sheron Farm M81, sired by Diamond Tree Hoover Dam J74, is one of 40 Angus bulls on offer at the Sheron Farm inaugural on-farm bull sale to be held on March 14, at Benger. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004424 © WestPix James Grant and Nel at Beacon. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004425 © WestPix Kayne Drew (Mogumber), Hayley Goad (Perth), and Jacinta Bolsenbroek (Moolanbeenee). Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004365 © WestPix McCormack family- Stuart and Michelle with children Henry (4) and Evelyn (2) with Harvey Beef livestock buyer Campbell Nettleton. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0081495 © WestPix LOOKING ACROSS THE BLACKWOOD RIVER TOWARDS THE ORCHARDS AT BRIDGETOWN.
CTY-0004326 © WestPix Harmony Agriculture and Food Company compliance and welfare manager Holly Ludeman, PGA member Karen Anderson of Jubilee Down, PGA member Joy Motter of Badgingarra. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004328 © WestPix CWA general secretary Gaynor Mitchell, CWA president Heather Alllen, PGA member Ros Gilliam. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004329 © WestPix PGA livestock committee chairman Chris Patmorem Austral Fisheries chief executive David Carter, PGA vice president Digby Stretch. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004330 © WestPix Austral Fisheries human resources manager Lesley Leyland, PGA member Jane McTaggart and PGA pastoral policy offier Doug Hall. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004331 © WestPix Ken Baston MLC and PGA executive member and Red Hill Station pastoralist Digby Corker. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004332 © WestPix Tammin farmer Tony York. 19/11/2013. Picture: Ian Munro The West Australian
CTY-0004333 © WestPix Warren-Blackwood MLA Terry Redman, Badginarra farmer and PGa member Keith Anderson, and PGA grain and livestock policy officer Tom Lamond. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004334 © WestPix Yalgoo pastoralist Ellen Rowe, PGA executive member and former president Rob Gillam. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004337 © WestPix Michelle Fitzpatrick and Mark Fitzpatrick with their crops. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004338 © WestPix Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development senior reserach scientist Dr Angelo Loi with Dandaragan farmer Zac Roberts in a paddock of Margarita Serradella.  Picture: The West Australian
CTY-0004339 © WestPix Grains Research and Development Corporation on-farm storage manager Ben White.
CTY-0004340 © WestPix Australian Grain Technologies marketing & seed production managerJosh Johnson, ConsultAg agronomist Andrew Smith and Planfarm agronomist Dani Whyte at 2017 GIWA Seeding Success forum, held at Perth Convention and Exibition Centre last Thursday.
CTY-0004341 © WestPix Nuseed Australia regional sales manager Andrew Suverijn at 2017 GIWA Seeding Success forum, held at Perth Convention and Exibition Centre last Thursday. Picture: Rueben Hale
CTY-0004342 © WestPix Heritage Seeds territory manager Tim O'Dea at 2017 GIWA Seeding Success forum, held at Perth Convention and Exibition Centre last Thursday. Picture: Rueben Hale
CTY-0004343 © WestPix Grains Research and Development Corporation on-farm storage manager Ben White and Planfarm graduate agronomist Nick McKenna at 2017 GIWA Seeding Success forum, held at Perth Convention and Exibition Centre last Thursday.
CTY-0004344 © WestPix Tambellup Merino sheep producer Mark Diprose, pictured with Elders agents Russell McKay and Peter Wharton, topped the Elders Kojonup Special Ewe Sale with his family's offering of 107 April shorn Willemenup blood 1.5 year-old ewes which sold for $186/head. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004345 © WestPix Quindanning sheep producer Len Little, pictured with Elders agent Graeme Alexander, secured the $166 per head second top-priced pen of ewes to increase his production of quality wool. Picture: Bob Garnant
TWA-0081186 © WestPix Mark Fitzpatrick and Michelle Fitzpatrick at Gabbin. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004301 © WestPix Kondinin grower Lindsay Tuckwell amongst the farms biggest ever wheat crop, planted this year. Picture: Rueben Hale.
CTY-0004306 © WestPix Beverley farmer Duncan Young in one of his Spartacus Barley fields. Carlton and United Breweries have started using WA barley to produce Victoria Bitter. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0004307 © WestPix Beverley farmer Duncan Young in one of his Spartacus Barley fields. Carlton and United Breweries have started using WA barley to produce Victoria Bitter. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0004308 © WestPix Peter Keeble and son Andrew Keeble on their farm during harvest. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0004309 © WestPix Walebing famer Kristin Lefroy in a hail affected field of Canola where the canola pods are smashed open, leaving it unharvestable with the seeds scattered on the ground. Heavy hail and rain yesterday destroyed hundreds of hectares of crop on Lefroy's family farm. Thankfully insurance should cover the damage, though it's not a great start to harvest. Picture:
CTY-0004271 © WestPix Harmony Agriculture and Food Comapny manager western operations Ivan Rogers pictured with dorpers at Woottatting. 31 OCTOBER 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
CTY-0004279 © WestPix Harmony Agriculture and Food Company chief executive officer Steve Meerwald, centre, western operations manager Ivan Rogers and strategy and business development director Richard Pearce. Pictured at Woottatting. 31 OCTOBER 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
CTY-0004281 © WestPix Planfarm director Graeme McConnell with the Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks report 2016 - 2017. Pictured at Northam. 31 OCTOBER 2017 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
KGM-0036443 © WestPix Scott Pickering, of Derella Downs and Pyramid Poll Merino studs will host his family's on-property ram sale on Wednesday, September 9 at Cascade. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004269 © WestPix COUNTRYMAN. CBH grower services coordinator Chris Badgery-Parker pictured at Esperance. PHOTO: DANELLA BEVIS
CTY-0004258 © WestPix Ex shearers Terry Wilkinson, John Moore, Peter Letch, Doug Kennedy, Darryl Grey, David Sears, Barry Mainwaring with an old circa 1950's Bedford truck with family members. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
CTY-0004229 © WestPix Lake Grace farmers Michelle Slarke, Yvette Downey, Claire Gray and Katelyn King. Picture: Cally Dupe
ALA-0002262 © WestPix South Stirling's farmer Derek Curwen in a barley crop that has been affected by heavy rain. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
CTY-0004169 © WestPix South Stirling's farmer Derek Curwen in a barley crop that has been affected by heavy rain. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
ALA-0002282 © WestPix South Stirling's farmer Derek Curwen in a barley crop that has been affected by heavy rain. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
ALA-0002283 © WestPix South Stirling's farmer Derek Curwen in a barley crop that has been affected by heavy rain. Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
ALA-0002285 © WestPix A barley crop on South Stirling farmer Derek Curwen's property that has been affected by heavy rain.  Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
ALA-0002286 © WestPix A barley crop on South Stirling farmer Derek Curwen's property that has been affected by heavy rain.  Picture: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser
CTY-0004123 © WestPix Cale Beard. Picture: Cally Dupe
CTY-0004124 © WestPix With the $3200 top-priced Anglesey ram, were stud co-principal Geoff Shepherdson, of Gnowangerup, buyer Clint Dolan, of Nyabing, and Landmark agent Mitchell Crosby. Picture: Bob Garnant
CTY-0004125 © WestPix With the $6000 Anglesey ram sold privately were Brendan Hickey, Anglesey stud co-principal Geoff Shepherdson, of Gnowangerup, and buyer Joe Hickey, of Narembeen. Picture: Bob Garnant
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