Farmers hit by frost come together before harvest kicks off

Following what has been described as the worst year for frost in Western Australia’s history, towns all over the grain-growing region are coming together to catch up before harvest kicks off.One of those towns is Narembeen, where the community got together for a pre-harvest sundowner next to a ski lake.Below freezing temperatures across the Wheatbelt, South West and Great Southern regions throughout September brought several frosts, damaging what was shaping up to be a bumper grain crop.Narembeen farmer Bevan Thomas said farmers in his area had been hit hard by frost.”It’s probably as bad a frost event as…

Source: Grain Sector
Farmers hit by frost come together before harvest kicks off