By the time December rolls around, it can be difficult to remember just what happened in the past 12 months.
Stock Journal is taking a look back at what stories you were clicking on throughout the year, with a look back at our most popular stories of 2021.
The history of the Ashrose pre-fix within SA is a long and storied one.
The stud was first started by the Ashby family in 1910, and it has returned to its roots, with the sale of the Ashrose name and ewes to Tom and Matt Ashby, North Ashrose, Gulnare.
A 7.6 tonne a hectare crop is something pretty impressive.
Even more so when that crop is canola.
Shearing can be an important time on many farms but it took on special note in the past 24 months, with concerns about shearer shortages.
But there was also plenty of interest in the innovations in the shearing world, including one on display in the South East.
It would be fair to say the topic of land prices has cropped up more than one or twice in conversations across rural Australia in the past year.
But what really got people talking was the prices.
Almost anyone who has spent time on the land will have some memory related to the art of water divining - whether that is watching an expert at work, or picking up a rod and having a try themselves.
But what does it take to be a water diviner?
Dogs are well-known to be man's best friend, so the concern is very obvious when news came of a potentially deadly dog disease spreading across Australia.
The situation was made even worse as the country began to reopen after periods of lockdown, and tourists - keen to see more of their country - were warned they could unwittingly speed up the spread.
There's something about a good news story - especially one that could have nearly gone the other way.
And that's why so many people clicked on the amazing story about a chance discovery that saved a man's life.
You can also read the follow-up story here.
Pests were a major recurring theme throughout the year - particularly how to deal with them.
The state governments offer of a fox bounty, certainly attracted plenty of attention, as did the debate about which pest animal was worst out of kangaroos, rabbits and feral pigs.
But it was the feral pigs that came out on top in this list, with a massive response.
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