Morven producers get special break
CHINCHILLA’S Drought Angels descended on Morven on Saturday, ready to look after farmers in need of a day off.
Their Farmers’ RDO (Rural Day Off ), now in its 11th iteration, is run wherever local producers ask the Angels to go, and Drought Angels director Jenny Gailey said that was why Morven farmers were chosen.
“Morven was one of the areas where we have seen a cluster of farmers come through requesting assistance from us, and we know that there hasn’t been a lot of assistance received in that area as well.
“So we decided to see what we could do to help the community and the response was just amazing,” she said.
Sometimes the little things like self-care get forgotten in the midst of life, which is why Drought Angels brought a myriad of people with them.
Hairdressing, beauty treatments, hay, food, entertainment and a whole host of other essentials and luxuries were brought out.
ANGEL CREW: RACQ staff lend a hand.