There were dog trials, reduction sales, beef sales, field days and so much more, all happening in May 1959.
This is just a taste of what Stock Journal's camera's captured, with several Agricultural Bureau conferences held across the state, as well as WAB events.
Growers also got insight into the management of worms.
In the news that month, a Victorian stud set an all-breeds record price for cattle after a two-year-old bull sold for 8750 guineas.
A ram also set a state record price with JC&S 157 from Collinsville sold at 4000gns to The Bluff.
Farmers also heard that the spread of television was tipped to have an impact of agricultural extension work, particularly with the chance to visualise approaching weather patterns.
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