A convoy of a dozen B-doubles rolled into Condobolin for another Farmers Community Connect event, gifting over 100 farmers with free A-grade hay bales.

More than 1,300 hay bales were distributed to farmers from Condobolin and surrounds who had been impacted by the recent record floods in the area.

More than 275 burgers and 245 coffees were served, with over 100 locals joining in on what a great day it was. Farmers also had access to mental health and support services on the day.

“It was a tremendous event and more than a hundred locals turned out for the Farmers Community Connect event on Friday,”

Director, Lester Sharples

Lachlan Shire General Manager Greg Tory paid compliment to RRT, saying the charity was well known for their efforts in the local community. He praised the Farmers Community Connect concept where local support services are provided including mental health support, rural financial counselling and veterinary support.

“I wanted to say thanks very much for your efforts here today, this is the fourth time that I am aware of that the Rapid Relief Team have come into our community and supported us in times of need."

Lachlan Shire General Manager, Greg Tory

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