Victorian agriculture still looks to horses

Rebecca Nadge
August 18 2021 - 6:30pm
HORSEPOWER: Many of the bigger saleyards rely on horseriders such as Alexis Wilson, Northern Victoria Livestock Exchange, to move stock. (File photo)
HORSEPOWER: Many of the bigger saleyards rely on horseriders such as Alexis Wilson, Northern Victoria Livestock Exchange, to move stock. (File photo)

While many sectors in agriculture have adopted technologies to improve efficiency, there are some places where traditional horsepower is still the best way to go.

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Rebecca Nadge

Rebecca Nadge

Livestock editor

Bec is livestock editor for The Land. She has previously worked for Stock & Land in Victoria, the ABC in Kununurra, and newspapers in Kalgoorlie and New Zealand. Contact her at bec.nadge@theland.com.au

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