The image used by Morgan Feed Supplies is from a property now known as Taltarni on the Mortlock river in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. This property was owned by Sir James Mitchell who became the Premier of Western Australia in 1919. The small cottage was a shepherds' hut used by stock drovers until the land was officially taken up by free landholders. Sir James Mitchell is credited with being the first to admit women into Parliament in 1920, developing a group settlement scheme that in 1921 saw unemployed men in Western Australia and 15,000 British migrants placed on the land to clear and develop farming properties, and in 1931 during the heart of the Great Depression pushed through the Farmers' Debts Adjustment Act, allowing farmers to stay on their properties while working off their liabilities. The northern section of Perth's metropolitan freeway is named after him.