NSW drought: Farmers still languishing in the drought as spring approaches

By Bradley Jurd
Updated August 17 2019 - 9:35pm, first published 6:30pm
DRY TIMES: The coming months will be drier than average, meteorologists say. Photo: FILE
DRY TIMES: The coming months will be drier than average, meteorologists say. Photo: FILE

There's very little water left on many of the farms across the region and predictions are that the months ahead will be drier than average. Here's how our farmers are coping.

A LACK of rain through the winter months has left most of the Central West still languishing in drought as spring approaches.

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