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The rural wrap-up: Hay trucks roll into Condobolin, pubs support farmers in various ways

Each week we aim to bring you the latest rural stories that have been making news across western NSW.

From pubs in western NSW joining in the Buy A Bale initiative to help drought stricken farmers, to a Melbourne ukulele band paying tribute to David Bowie at Carinda there has been heaps happening across the region.

Eat up and help farmers:[hhmc]

Parma's helping farmers: Kellee Gersbach, from Wellingtons The Cow and Calf. Photo: Antonia O'Flaherty.

Yarnup receives support from western NSW federal ministers:[hhmc]

Pilot project: Federal member for Parkes, Mark Coulton and Federal Member for Calare Andrew Gee. Photo: File.

Pilot project: Federal member for Parkes, Mark Coulton and Federal Member for Calare Andrew Gee. Photo: File.

Coonamble pub helping to lighten the load for truckies:[hhmc]

Pictured is the Bucking Bull manager Trevor Taylor. Photo: Supplied.

Pictured is the Bucking Bull manager Trevor Taylor. Photo: Supplied.

Rapid Relief Team deliver 2000 bales of hay to farmers in the central west:[hhmc]

The convoy is lead by Gnowangerup farmer and Commodity Ag chief executive Alan Richardson, with the hay to be distributed to more than 200 farmers around Condobolin, Tullamore, Tottenham, Nymagee and Lake Cargelligo.

The convoy is lead by Gnowangerup farmer and Commodity Ag chief executive Alan Richardson, with the hay to be distributed to more than 200 farmers around Condobolin, Tullamore, Tottenham, Nymagee and Lake Cargelligo.

Wool classer recognised for 50 years of service: [hhmc]

Australian Wool Exhange (AWEX) CEO Mark Grave with Gollan wool classer Rob Yeo. Photo: Taylor Jurd.

Australian Wool Exhange (AWEX) CEO Mark Grave with Gollan wool classer Rob Yeo. Photo: Taylor Jurd.

Thin White Ukes to play at the Lets Dance Carinda Festival:[hhmc]

The Thin White Ukes. Photo: Youtube

The Thin White Ukes. Photo: Youtube

Today show to broadcast at Dubbo Showgrounds for drought telethon:[hhmc]

 Today show presenter Karl Stefanovic. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMS

Today show presenter Karl Stefanovic. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMS

Big win for Mudgee Angus stud at the Ekka:[hhmc]

Jack and Harry White (brothers, and stud Co-Managers). Photo: Supplied.

Jack and Harry White (brothers, and stud Co-Managers). Photo: Supplied.

Mudgees Coffin Creek Angus stud is owned and operated by the White family.

Jason Owen donates show profits to Burrumbuttock Hay Runners:[hhmc]

 A welcome donation: Singer Jason Owen. Photo: Contributed.

A welcome donation: Singer Jason Owen. Photo: Contributed.

Central west singer and X-Factor alumni, Jason Owen, will be donating all profits from his shows at Dubbo and Temora to the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners.

Riders start conversations about mental health in rural communities:[hhmc]

Peter Macpherson, Belmont and Ross Tinkler, Wagga Wagga. Photo: Jennifer Hoar

Peter Macpherson, Belmont and Ross Tinkler, Wagga Wagga. Photo: Jennifer Hoar

The sight of 100 motorcyclists riding through a small country town will surely start a conversation no matter what.

Life Charity Focus will host fundraiser ball to raise funds for children in Uganda:[hhmc]

Generous: Life Charity Focus sponsor children in Uganda are thankful to Dubbo solicitors Austen Brown and Boog donating $3500. Photo: Supplied.

Generous: Life Charity Focus sponsor children in Uganda are thankful to Dubbo solicitors Austen Brown and Boog donating $3500. Photo: Supplied.

LCF is a community based, non-profit organisation operating in Eastern Uganda in the Budaka district, that aims to help children and their communities be able to live a meaningful and sustainable life.

Ewe time forums help producers get more from their flock:[hhmc]

Helping producers: Two of the forums speakers Livestock consultant Hamish Dickson and Ben Swain from BCS Agribusiness. Photo: Taylor Jurd

Helping producers: Two of the forums speakers Livestock consultant Hamish Dickson and Ben Swain from BCS Agribusiness. Photo: Taylor Jurd

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