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My Daily Digest: May 28, 2021

Get yourself a WOF at Fieldays There’s nothing more precious than your health. But many people in rural communities, whether it be through barriers to care or procrastination, don’t get the help they need in time.

To help fix this problem, just a little, The Glob caravan has been taking healthcare to the people – at the sale yards, events and conferences where they congregate.

And it’ll be at this year’s Fieldays.

So if it’s been a while since you gave yourself the old warrant of fitness, drop in next month at Mystery Creek.

It could be the best investment you ever make, because stoicism is not a defence against illness.


Bryan Gibson


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Pastoral property sales bounce back

Rural real estate continues to perform strongly, with a swing in the total sales value of more than $1 billion for pastoral properties of more than 20ha in the rolling 12 months to April 2021.



Letter campaign gains momentum

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Free health checks at Fieldays

The Glob healthcare caravan will be at Fieldays, offering farmers free health checks.


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