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Land prices and high input costs uproot south-west's generational farms

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Updated August 19 2022 - 4:28pm, first published 4:15pm
DESTABILISED: Naringal's Charles Dillon said rising land prices, a lack of workers and high input costs were creating "turmoil" for south-west dairy farmers.
DESTABILISED: Naringal's Charles Dillon said rising land prices, a lack of workers and high input costs were creating "turmoil" for south-west dairy farmers.

Generational farmers are under threat of being priced out of the south-west market as land prices surge.

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Jessica Greenan

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Journalist at The Warrnambool Standard covering both Moyne Shire and Corangamite Shire Council. Sometimes court. Special interest in all things environment.

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