Anal probes at your local doctor are pure heaven compared to farming hey lynasThe last two years we've been on the receiving end of Mother Nature and a large strap-on and it's beginning to hurt!
Nail biting stuff, STO.We basically had 3 to 5 hours last night depending on elevation of below zero and lowest was a tad under minus 2
For Nth NSW and Sth QLD it will be dry until the end of the year, then a very wet start to next year. A tremendous season will follow after that, with record yields.Do we start taking bets on a summer flood in nthn nsw??
Looks ripe to me? Cruel i know but i remember being in walgett with eater far as the eye could see.
Even Portland is down on annual rainfall, we will struggle to crack 800mm at this rate.
Yeah! It's unreal over there. The subsidy distortion is incredible! You have a farmer with 20 acres of barley, 35 sheep and a Fendt Vario 360 tractor.Lets hope so Lynas, i feel for everyone up there, i couldnt do it....its a helpless situation until the water comes.
After driving around europe for a month and not seeing one bit if brown grass, it sh*ts me about subsidies and free market crap, they all got new kit, all carry on about climate yet purchase new iron like mad then cart all the grass to the cattle locked in a barn.???
There is no such thing as a free market on planet earth, this much i do know.
Nah it's still mostly ****, never any follow up rains to wash the mud off and then plagues of grasshoppers went through what did get growing. Channel country is going pretty good now though from what I've heard.Dumb question and posssibly touchy for those involved, but the areas that had shocking cattle deaths in qld earlier in year whats been the outcome? Good year oodles of feed but no cattle and or finance to buy any in