Madison Jeffries reaches out to farming families

With drought now affecting 96% of the land across NSW – local mother of three children (including baby), small farm owner/alpaca breeder, Madison Jeffries of Garra decided to hold a simple country day at the Molong Pony Club grounds to bring farming/grazing/town/village families together.

I just wanted to bring families together to enjoy an afternoon and to take time-out from the tough job of feeding out and from the worry that comes with drought” said Madison who organised a fantastic event with camp-fires, free sausage sizzle, entertainment and the best in live music. With the time organised from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. – families wandered in and out of the grounds as they could to support what was a very caring, heartfelt opportunity to be together.

Well done Madison on this worthwhile initiative which was wonderfully supported by donations from corporate, business, community to show support to this this area’s farming/grazing families and local communities.

(Photo) Hamish Brazier, Lachy Hobbs, Hunter Brazier, George Betts and Digby Brazier enjoying time together sitting around the campfire. Those who attended were overwhelmed with Madison’s thoughtfulness. See inside pages

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