Drought stricken dairy farmers seek south-west Victoria's greener pastures

Jackson Graham
Updated September 22 2019 - 11:54pm, first published 4:30pm
ESCAPE DROUGHT: Dairy farmer Greg Anderson has moved from Cobram to the south-west due to drought and pressures on the dairy industry in northern Victoria. Picture: Morgan Hancock
ESCAPE DROUGHT: Dairy farmer Greg Anderson has moved from Cobram to the south-west due to drought and pressures on the dairy industry in northern Victoria. Picture: Morgan Hancock

DROUGHT-STRICKEN dairy farmers are eyeing south-west Victoria's green pastures and moving to the region to save on soaring water costs.

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Jackson Graham

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