Take a tour through the Stock Journal archives as we head back to March 2006.
Flashback Friday – Back to March 2006 Melrose farmer Jeff McCallum was concerned by reports of cruelty in Egyptian abattoirs.
Eudunda farmer Malcolm Schutz.
Rosemary and Neil Pontifex were concerned about freight costs to transport grain from Kingscote to Port Adelaide.
Georgetown farmer Geoff Millard.
Mount Cooper graingrower Ian Gunn wanted to keep the wheat export single desk.
Parilla farmer James Foale lost four kilometres of fencing when a fire spread from the Ngarkat Conservation Park.
Andrew Johnson, Tintinara, used grain produced on-farm to feed his pigs.
Darren and Bill Sleep, Ceduna, at a Ceduna clearing sale.
Claire and Dale Hoffrichter, Denial Bay, with a Famson hydraulic auger which sold for $12,500 at a Ceduna clearing sale.
Hailee Skinner, Athena Downs, Ceduna, at a Ceduna clearing sale.
Frank Kuhlmann and Brenton Bergmann, Ceduna, at a Ceduna clearing sale.
Michael and Shaun Nicholls, Ceduna, were all smiles at a local clearing sale.
Barbara Harry and long-time Warooka livestock carrier Geoff Trengove.
Nick Crompton takes a break from maintenance work at his dairy with his son Jared and Tanya Weatherall.
Thomas Degaris & Clarkson’s Darren Maney, Penola, Peter and Sue Wooding, Penola, and Yerwal Estate’s Regan Burow.
Tony Gebhardt, Woollana, Mount Bryan, sold 173 ewes at Jamestown for $84.
Landmark Tonkin and George’s Peter George, Karana Holdings manager Buck Collings and owner John Kentish at a Mount Gambier sale.
Paul Kirkham, Port Augusta, hadn’t been to a Jamestown market in eight months, and was surprised by the high prices.
Kirby Thompson, Rachel Nitschke and Alyssa Spencley at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Hartley farmer Robin Harvey – pictured with his son David – supported the single desk model.
Temple Bruer Wines owner David Bruer.
Bordertown farmer Bill Hunt.
Wharminda grower Shane Malcolm believed the single desk was the best model for SA barley growers.
Craig Taylor, Murray Bridge, and Belinda Sydes, Adelaide at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Juliana Puccetti, Megan Horner, Kate Napper and Rebecca Lush, Adelaide, at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Megan Whitehead, Stirling, Marlon Coates, Heathfield, and Michael Stapleton, Verdun at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Jamie McKinnon and Andy Will, Adelaide, at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Former Coonawarra resident Helen Lynn and Damian Zwiersen, Adelaide, at the Stock Journal Hunks and Spunks party at Balaklava.
Lloyd and Christine Berry, MacGillivray.
Pat and Roger Cass, Parndana.
Lyall, Joz, Tara, Cliff and Vin Phelps, Allala Poll Merino stud, Kapinnie.
Parrakie feedlot manager Matthew Bekker.
At the Merino sheep breeders versus stock agents sports competition were Bill Richardson, Seamour Poll Merino stud, Tumby Bay, Tom Ashby, North Ashrose, Gulnare, and Ian Rowett, Mernowie stud, Marrabel.
At Cummins’ Wildeloo music festival were Jenna Letton and Charmaine Reynolds-Rowe, Cummins.
Jess Cave, Tumby Bay, Carlyn Pearson, Cummins, and Sophie Mullan, Cummins, at the Wildeloo music festival.
Amy Maddern, Yeelanna, and daughter Elsie at Cummins’ Wildeloo music festival.
At Cummins’ Wildeloo music festival were Sascha Millard, Sarah Dickinson, and Connie Rule, Cummins.
Kangaroo Island farmer Rick Morris.
Morchard sheep producer Robert Piggott.
Trevor Dreckow found pregnancy scanning ewes had lifted his flock profitability.
Health, rural roads and education were at the top of Neville Bussenschutz’s list of priorities before the 2006 election.
Minnipa farmer Matthew Cook believed Eyre Peninsula farmers would be at a disadvantage without the barley single desk.
Long Plains farmer Terry Jenkin.
Tim Vince used a portion of his hay production to feed lambs in this family’s 1.5ha feedlot.
Lock farmer Stuart Burrows cropped 1750ha with his parents Warren and Karen.
Stonerollers B&S Ball committee members Adam Wedding, Murray Bridge, Darren Dalitz, Monteith, and Scotty Jones, Tailem Bend.
Daniel and William Cleggett, Glencoe, with one of the scarecrows in the South East Field Days competition.
Zoe and Callum Richards, Adelaide, played with the Stock Journal’s Border Collie puppies at the South East Field Days.
Pete Barr, Barrkeel stud, Pinnaroo, put 9-10-week-old Kelpie pups through their paces at the South East Field Days.
Jason Schulz, Field.
Koppio farmer Mark Dennis planned to fence off native vegetation on his property.
Ken Inglis and Cathy Rowett, Bordertown, with son Dusty at the Mundulla show.
Jack Maxwell, Glenmax Holsteins, Charleston.
Baroota farmer Barry Mudge.
Jacki Mattey, Terowie, picks her son Sam up from the school bus.
A Wanderah farmer tows his ute through floodwaters after the banks of the Broughton River broke.
Wanderah farmer Anthony Duffield bore the the brunt of flash flooding after 150 millimetres of rain ravaged the district.
Nairne’s Andrew and Patrick Taylor with their Angus cattle.
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