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NSW farmers begin their first harvest since the drought ended | ABC News

After years of disappointment, grain growers in New South Wales are finally harvesting their first crops since the drought ended.
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Fifteen million tonnes of grain is expected to be removed from crops this season, starting in the state’s north.

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