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Media kit 2014-2015

 
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Features 2013-2014

 
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Welcome to Stock & Land advertising.

Serving the rural producer since 1914, Stock & Land offers a wide range of advertising options at a cost effective rate.

With our unique design, you can choose to advertise up front in our News section or perhaps directly target your market by selecting one of our specific commodity sections like Agribusiness, Sheep & Wool, Beef & Cattle, Cropping, Dairy, Pastures, Tasmania, Property, Classifieds and our leading Livestock Sales (markets) section.

Stock & Land also publishes many and varied Features along with our renowned Monthly AgTrader (formerly known as Machinery Trader/Rural Trader). We have very special packages allowing you to link your print advertising to our dedicated AgTrader buy & sell website: www.agtrader.com.au

We also publish annual stand alone Special Publications including Christmas Online, Beef & Cattle Directory, All Breeds Sheep Directory, Rural Events Guide, gloss Wall Calendar and more.

Give us a call today and one of our experienced and willing to assist representatives will point you in the right direction. Whilst others may focus on how big they are, we focus on you. Stock & Land – serving the rural producer since 1914.

See all of us under the About Us/Contact Us section on the homepage.

 

Advertising & Promotions

Craig Davidson
craig.davidson@fairfaxmedia.com.au
Phone: 03 8667 1096
Fax: 03 8667 1141
Mobile: 0457 633 416
 

Features Advertising

Patricia Samson
patricia.samson@fairfaxmedia.com.au
Phone: 03 8667 1104
Fax: 03 8667 1141

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