The floods that swept across the northwest of Queensland wiped out an estimated half-a-million head of cattle.
It was a body blow for graziers who had spent the last seven years trying to keep their stock alive through the crippling drought.
The Rural Aid charity has been helping producers through the drought with its Buy-a-Bale program, now the charity’s CEO Charles Alder is urging people to help Buy-a-Cow.
- RURAL PHOTOS CAPTURE THE SPIRIT OF THE BUSH
- Rural Aid program the Gift of Music is asking for donations of old instruments
- Rural Aid will roll into Trundle on June 16 to help farmers
- COMMUNITIES THAT RUN SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGNS
- Relief road train rolls into town
- Drought: Tears and tough tales as hay arrives for farmers
- RURAL AID’S OUR TOWNS MAKEOVER IS COMING TO CUNNAMULLA QLD
- Drought driving demand for rural aid counsellors
- RURAL AID ANNOUNCES NATIONWIDE CONCERT
- FARMERS THE REAL WINNERS AT BUNDABERG’S ULTON RACE DAY