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Man killed in truck crash

Man killed in truck rollover

A MAN has died after his truck rolled in southwestern Victoria.

Ex-AFL players go to the bush

AFl match

RETIRED and delisted AFL players are looking to country football as a place to hone their coaching skills.

Conservation farming pays off

Conservation farming pays off

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New Arion has a touch of Claas

New Arion has a touch of Claas

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Take a butcher’s hook

CL: Ivan the Butcher and his shop in Newry.

IVAN McNally’s butcher shop in Newry has two cash registers; the old one and the new one.

Going native one step at a time

Jindi Farm Bush Foods

LESLIE Smith wanders through her farm at Jindivick in Gippsland with daughter Leila.