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  • Dalby Stock Horse Sale results 2018

    Ray White Equine hosted the 44th annual Dalby Australian Stock Horse Sale, the largest sale of its kind in the nation, with bidders registered from as far afield as New York, Victoria, Northern Territory, Western Australia, New South Wales and across Queensland competing for 228 lots. Ray White Dalby’s Roger … Read more

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  • Tinder for livestock hits 1000 users

    An app that allows buyers to choose cattle and sheep for sale nearby has reached 1000 downloads by producers and graziers in Australia. The app – STOCKD – developed through funding at Ray White Rural and Livestock, with the company’s head of innovation Lyndsey Douglas at the helm, aggregates cattle and sheep for … Read more

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  • A message for drought-affected farmers: funds are available

    As we head towards the festive season, a time when giving and togetherness is central, it’s often a time for reflecting on the hardships being faced by others in our community. Drought affected producers are top of mind for us this year. Despite the media attention dropping off, extended dry … Read more

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  • Best sale of each month at Ray White Rural in 2018

    Some of our favourite sale stories from 2018. Calcannia, Clare SOUTH AUSTRALIA ($11.65m), November 2018 After being held by the same family for 177 years, the 905-hectare Calcannia has been sold at auction for $11.65 million. Located about seven kilometres north of Clare, the property attracted significant pre-sale interest from all states and … Read more

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  • 200 items sold in auction of collection created over 40 years

    Forty years of collecting quality antique furniture and collectables by Toowoomba man Ken Bullen and his family was cleared at auction on Sunday. All 200 lots from antique lamps to vases to paintings to a quality 12-seater polished hoop pine dining table went under the hammer at Clifford Park Racecourse. … Read more

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  • First sale for new business achieves $17million

    New business Ray White Rural NSW made its first sale today with Guyra’s “Tenterden Station” purchased for $17million at an auction held in Sydney. Directors Andrew Starr and Bruce Birch (pictured) sold the property to Miramar Trust and Riversleigh Trust in the Ray White Sydney Auction Rooms today, Friday 12 … Read more

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  • District record achieved for Kyeamba Valley grazing property

    A property in the Upper Kyeamba Valley, located midway between Wagga Wagga and Holbrook, has sold for $3.7million at auction. Ray White Rural Wagga Wagga agent Geoff Palmer says “Jandera” attracted interest due to its reputation as a pristine, low maintenance livestock production parcel. “The buyers were a private family … Read more

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  • Iconic Eastern Riverina property sold this week

    An historic and iconic Eastern Riverina aggregation sold this week, via a tender process, achieving one of the highest prices in the region this year. Lake Midgeon, known for its Australian pastoral history dating back to the 1860s, is today a modern cropping, cattle, sheep, wool and lamb production aggregation … Read more

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  • Stock Camp prepares next generation of stock and station agents

    The next generation of livestock and station agents travelled from hundreds of kilometres and several states to attain their first accreditation for a job in the industry. Stock Camp, hosted by Ray White Rural, and sponsored by Fairfax, SocietyOne and Brand Territory was held at Charles Sturt University in Wagga … Read more

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