About D & M Rural - Your Local CRT Bloke in Bordertown
After having worked together for numerous years in the rural agribusiness industry, Mark Dolling and Glen Mead had decided that they would take an opportunity to work for themselves if it ever arose. That opportunity came in late 2007 and hence, D & M Rural was born. They secured the perfect premises for the new store at 10 Dukes Highway, Bordertown (previously a transport depot) and the store opened in March of 2008.
Kim & Glen Mead and Mark & Michelle Dolling, Directors of D & M Rural
Between all staff members at D & M Rural we have in excess of 90 years’ experience in the rural agribusiness industry. This amount of experience ensures we are able to offer expert and in depth knowledge about the products we sell and specialised recommendations on which products will work best for our clients’ requirements.
You will find a massive range of products at D & M Rural. The usual items a farmer might require (from your small items like pipe fittings through to your large items like storage silos) however you’ll also find a large range of items that a townie might need too (from vegetable peelers to kitty litter, laundry powder to Kincrome tools, shopping baskets to fire extinguishers, pet food to swags and BBQs).
We aim to provide you the best possible service with competitive prices, so have a browse through our product lists or if there’s something in particular that you are looking for and you’re unsure if we have it, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 08 8752 0099.
Locals Supporting Locals (and Beyond)
All our staff members are locals therefore we understand the importance of supporting the local community. Every year we donate products and monetary gifts to numerous events, sporting clubs and charities. To name just a few:
- Cancer Council
- Variety Bash
- Royal Flying Doctor Service
- Charla Lodge Aged Care
- Mundulla Show and Moot Yang Gunya Festival
- Mundulla Football and Netball Clubs
- Mundulla Hockey Club
- Mundulla Cricket Club
- Willalooka Hockey Club
- Bordertown Racing Club
- Bordertown Football Club
- Bordertown Golf Club
- Bordertown Lions Club
- Bordertown Rotary Club
- Western Flat Fireworks
- Local Schools and Kindergarten
- Tatiara Yard Dog Competition
- Telopea Downs Progress Association
- Mundulla Hogget Competition
Mark lives in Bordertown with his beautiful family (a wife and 3 kids) and spends his down time doing what any great Dad and hubby does – supporting and ferrying around his family to their various interests (family events, cricket, footy, tennis, netball).
Glen also lives in Bordertown with his family (wife and 2 daughters) and spends his time away from work at home with his family or on anything with a motor – racing go-carts, trail riding on his motorbike or doing jobs on his tractor & mower.
Outside of work Nat is a member of the Rotary Club, a member of the Bordertown A’Capella Singers, a board member, on-air presenter and football broadcast "techie" for local community radio station 5tcb, and a member of the Bordertown Lutheran Church where she is in the band and co-ordinates the powerpoint presentation each week.
Time away from D & M Rural for Bazz means time for Dirt carts, water skiing, basketball and hockey. Barry likes spending time with friends, he loves helping out when one of them is in need and he’s an invaluable member to our local community as he is currently an active member of the Bordertown CFS.
Outside of D & M Rural Josh is a busy man. He spends his time back on the farm seeding, mowing, baling and is also involved with Limek, a Limousin cattle stud which involves working with and breaking in the cattle, showing the cattle at various events and selling the Limousin bulls. When he gets a break from all of that, he enjoys the odd spot of fishing.
When Krysta is not working at D & M, she plays netball and enjoys horse riding.
In her spare time Jess likes to ride her horses and play netball.