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Sorry did i get it wrong..? Rankins Springs is still open..?!
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No doubt a few frosted Freddies out there who will wish they had taken a closer look at the AGC
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Matthew, I was wondering if you had followed up this story with the farmer after the whole

STOCK & Land has featured plenty of agri-political faces over the years, including the first dairy farmer president of the Victorian Farmers Federation, Alex Arbuthnot. 
The Gippsland producer and VFF stalwart remembers his time at the top in the late 80s as 'hands-on' and says his focus was always on the industry of tomorrow.13 Jul 14 STOCK & Land has featured plenty of agri-political faces over the years, including the first dairy farmer president...
THE year is 1976. Malcolm Fraser is Prime Minister - and nearly 10,000 dairy farmers are marching from Flagstaff Gardens up to Parliament House in Spring Street, Melbourne.
12 Jul 14 THE year is 1976. Malcolm Fraser is Prime Minister - and nearly 10,000 dairy farmers are marching from Flagstaff...