The Tumut Advocate and Farmers and Settlers' Adviser

6 December 1921

Many of the Kiandra bullock teams are now going to Ganmain. Junee and Cootamundra for the hauling of wheat.

Years ago the bullock dray was a fairly small one.

It became necessary to double the size in order to carry sufficient bags to pay.

A modem bullock dray can shift a small stack in one load.

The growing of wheat out this way is nearly a thing of the past. Oats seem to have taken its place.

The hill slopes have been cleared for it.

During the last two weeks the reaper and binder have been going from day-light till dark.

The crop this season appears to be exceptionally good. The paddocks already cut are dotted over with thousands of little stooks.