Relentless rain and flooding has battered parts of Queensland and NSW over the past few months, taking its toll on many farmers – and Need For Feed has been doing all it can to help them get back on their feet.
With well over 40 trucks already set to take part in Need For Feed’s ANZAC Day Hay Run into northern NSW, the not-for-profit organisation is on the hunt for donated shipping containers that will be used to construct a semi-permanent depot in Casino, NSW.
As preparations ramp up for the upcoming ANZAC Day hay run to help flood-affected farmers in Northern NSW, Need For Feed is on the hunt for truckies who can help.
As the current flood emergency continues to wreak havoc, Need For Feed volunteers have already hit the road to deliver hay to some of the farmers who need it most.
Around 40 trucks have now hit the road as part of Need For Feed’s Queen’s Birthday weekend hay run, to offer a helping hand to flood-affected farmers still doing it tough.
When Sue Ryan lost her truckie husband last year, she thought her hay run days were behind her; but thanks to the generosity and support of those around her, she’s continuing his legacy.
Around 30 truckies have come together to help put smiles on the faces of flood affected farmers in NSW through the Need For Feed Disaster Relief Easter Hay Run.
Need For Feed is offering a helping hand to flood-affected farmers in NSW’s mid north coast, with six truckloads of hay already on its way – and more to come.