Drought has gripped the state hard and fast and farmers, rural businesses and the like are grappling with their newfound reality.
Namoi Valley Independent Journalist Billy Jupp caught up with Wallawong Premium Beef’s Kate James to discuss the severity of the situation and the impact it is having on stud producers.
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He spoke to Mrs Kate at Wallwong’s 21st annual sale in Gunnedah.
Mrs James and her husband Lachlan, operate several cattle properties around the district and gave an overview of the impact the drought is having on their business.
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