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Stunning photos from the bush

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Ray Hadley has received a lovely email from a lady in the bush.

Dimity is a teacher but listens in when she’s helping her dad out on their property near Hay.

“On the holidays and over some weekends I work in our family property about 80km North of Hay with dad which is when I listen to your show the most.

I have spent this summer listening to your show a lot while feeding our 6000 odd merino ewes every second day.

I’ll attach a photo of how dry it is becoming at our farm, sheep are feeding on pellets we deliver to them.

I’ll also attach a cute breed of calves we are producing, they are known as speckle parks and these are embryo calves, many of their parents are from Canada.”

Check out the photos below

Image: A speckle parks calf at Hay


Image: Merino ewes feeding on pellets at Hay

The email also prompted our old mate Jane from Hillston to send in another incredible photo.

On Wednesday Jane was being chased home by a dust storm and has since received some desperately needed rain.

“Hi Ray.

On my way back from town this afternoon, a duststorm on my tail, I just made it home.

“We then got storms after it with some rain, still showering now and up to 10mm so far.”

Image: A dust storm at Hillston