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  • The history of Ray White Rural and Livestock

    From humble beginnings in 1902, Ray White built his business upon the sale of livestock and rural properties from a small town in rural Queensland, Crows Nest. Today, Ray White is still proudly a family owned and led company. His grandson Paul White is the chairman of Ray White … Read more

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  • Challenging stock agent Grant Elwin to raise funds for mental health

    One of Ray White Rural and Livestock’s leaders, Dale Keatley (Mt Gambier, SA), has publicly shared his story of an experience with depression. His story has been viewed by tens of thousands online and major newspapers have written about it too. His business Ray White Keatley are hosting a major … Read more

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  • Twynam Agricultural Group to sell three Lachlan River frontage properties

    Twynam Agricultural Group have announced that it will be offering for sale three of its Lachlan River frontage properties by way of expression of interests closing on the 12th March 2018 via Ray White Rural’s Bruce Gunning. The properties include Jemalong Station, Jemalong Citrus at Forbes and Merrowie at Hillston. … Read more

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  • Vale Tony Fountain: “has gavel, will travel”

    Tony Fountain, as you may be aware, passed away last weekend after suffering a stroke at the age of 72. There are many tributes to Tony on websites such as Ray White’s Whiteboard and Beef Central. Tony had a big impact on the progress of Ray White Rural and Livestock in the … Read more

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  • $20,000 donation to kick start the year for drought charity

    Ray White Rural and Livestock has made a pledge to donate $20,000 to Drought Angels to kick start the year in a new social media campaign. It’s been five years since drought was last officially declared in Queensland, and today two-thirds of the state (around 120 million hectares) and 35 … Read more

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  • The state of rural property sales in NSW

    Andrew Crauford, the CEO of Ray White NSW, says that rural property sales in his state are surprisingly strong given persistently dry weather. “Buyer interest in quality farm and grazing land has been consistent over the last few weeks with good sales occurring in key agricultural markets. In theory, this … Read more

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  • #AgDay proudly sponsored by Ray White Rural and Livestock

    Ray White Rural and Livestock are proud sponsors of the first ever National Agricultural Day in Australia. To celebrate, we got three rural agents to share a day in their respective lives. A day in the life of… one of our youngest agents who covers hundreds of kilometres daily, starting … Read more

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  • Ray White Rural and Livestock opens a new office in Lavington, NSW

    In the thriving agricultural community of Albury and surrounds, Ray White Rural and Livestock has opened a new office with a talented young agent James Brown. CEO of Ray White Rural, Stephen Nell, says James has had over 16 years experience in the livestock and agriculture industry, and this … Read more

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  • The state of cattle and sheep markets in Australia

    Ray White Livestock’s Bruce Birch says the volume of livestock transacting across the nation is growing, despite supply issues. “Throughout our agency network the turnover in numbers of both sheep and cattle continues to grow despite external factors influencing supply. Reaching from the Northern Territory, along the eastern seaboard as … Read more

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