Hay, it’s time to lend farmers a hand

By Olivia Lambert
Updated February 3 2014 - 11:48am, first published January 28 2014 - 12:00am
Brendan Farrell, with his son Sam, says he would love to have enough donated hay to help 400 drought-affected farmers feed their stock. Picture: BEN EYLES
Brendan Farrell, with his son Sam, says he would love to have enough donated hay to help 400 drought-affected farmers feed their stock. Picture: BEN EYLES

AS a truck driver, Brendan Farrell gets a pretty good idea of what’s going on around the countryside.

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