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Record farm conservation purchase

Two cattle stations in South West New South Wales have been sold for $55 million to a nature conservation group.

The owners will be using the land at the confluence of the Murumbidgee and Lachlan rivers for both protecting the natural habitat of more than one hundred bird species, and also sustainable agriculture.

To find out more, rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with The Nature Conservancy Director Rich Gilmore.

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