The rural wrap-up: From cheeky farmers to sheds in turmoil
Each week we aim to bring you the latest rural stories that have been making news across western NSW.
From shearing sheds in turmoil, to drought relief and naked farmers raising money for mental health, there is plenty happening in our region.
Below are some of the stories making headlines this week.
Shearing sheds in turmoil:
Cheeky way to raise money, awareness for rural mental health:
Photo: Emma Jane Industry.
Aussie Helpers offers aid to 22 central west farming families:
Gordon Tremain. Photo: Taylor Jurd.
Weekly workshops support farmers through dry times:
Expert advice: Central West Local Land Services Senior Bio-Security Officer Rhett Robinson, district veterinarian Evelyn Walker and biosecurity support officer Jason Gavenlock. Photo: Taylor Jurd.
Weekly drought drop-in sessions are offering central west producers free livestock and production advice to help them stay on top of things during the dry conditions.
Kailems memory lives on in annual fundraiser:
Kailems Dog a Hog and Family Day is in memory of Kailem Barwick (pictured). Photo: Contributed.
Kailems Dog a Hog and Family Day is in memory of Kailem Barwick. The fundraiser aims to raise money for the Chris OBrien Lifehouse Foundation and for families whose children have been touched by a terminal illness.
For more on these stories dont forget to grab the latest edition of the Western Magazine this coming week.