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Welcome to Stock & Land Classified advertising. Serving the rural producer since 1914, Stock & Land offers a wide range of advertising options at a cost effective rate. You can choose from a simple line advertisement or you may opt for a larger display type ad. The choice is yours and we have a variety of little section headers that will help make sure your ad stands out and you have the option of including colour on both lineage and display advertisements. We also have our monthly Rural Trader which showcases a variety of rural products and services. The Rural Trader was formerly known as the Machinery Trader which was introduced in 2003 and remains the largest section of it’s type in Victoria. But, popular demand asked that we open it up to all forms of advertising hence the new face, Rural Trader. Extremely competitive display rates apply for strip ads, quarter pages, half pages and full pages. Give us a call today and one of our experienced and willing to assist representatives will point you in the right direction for all your Classifieds and Rural Trader advertising needs. Whilst others may focus on how big they are, we focus on you. Stock & Land – serving the rural producer since 1914.
 

Classifieds & Rural Trader

Tricia, Craig & Graeme
patricia.samson@fairfaxmedia.com.au
Phone: 03 8667 1200
Fax: 03 8667 1141

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Can't you boys find another playground to occupy? Same old punters, same old tired barbs and
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Another of the sacred scare stories comes undone for the agw
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He might well be a decent bloke Chick, however Jock is right on the money regarding Sterles
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