Our drought-gripped titans

By Jim Pola
Updated December 18 2015 - 1:20pm, first published October 1 2013 - 12:10pm
If producers can actually source fodder, they now have to pay double the prices since the start of the drought.
If producers can actually source fodder, they now have to pay double the prices since the start of the drought.

WE are all aware by now that sixty percent of the state is in drought, lets spare a thought for those severely affected by drought and the ongoing disasters that have occurred over the last few years through no fault of the graziers or producers.

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