A view from readers and their paddocks

A view from readers and their paddocks


Take a look at some of our readers' photos from around the farm.


Wimmera photographer Amanda Brownsea has been busy capturing the start of the 2021 harvest in western Victoria.

Ms Brownsea, a nurse by profession, said she bought a drone as a "COVID-19 hobby", and has since focused her attention on capturing unique angles of agriculture from above.

She is one of several Stock & Land contributors who has captured photos with drones since the pandemic began.

Meanwhile, in Gippsland, high school student Hannah Perkins captured a photo of Gemma the Kelpie keeping a close eye on the sheep in the shearing shed.

The talented photographer has an Instagram account, The Kelpie Clan, which is certainly worth a follow.

Bindi Whitehead, Minhamite, also features this week with a shaggy-looking Highland cow.

Would you like your photo in Stock & Land?

Hashtag or @StockandLand on Instagram or email bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.


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