RU­RAL Aid has apol­o­gised to farm­ers who re­ceived mouldy hay on Wed­nes­day. This comes af­ter six trucks de­liv­ered 273 bales of hay to Stan­thorpe.

Stanthorpe Border Post - - NEWS YOUR SAY -

I DON’T un­der­stand?! I’m sure they are su­per grate­ful but re­ally what can they do with mouldy hay? Why not bring it to the at­ten­tion of Ru­ral Aid to stop it hap­pen­ing to other peo­ple? Se­ri­ously I don’t un­der­stand why peo­ple are jump­ing up and down that farm­ers are be­ing given as­sis­tance. — Steph Skin­ner

PER­HAPS gar­den­ers could buy it for mulch and re­place the bales with the money raised. — Sandy Haynes

GIVEN a hand­out. Some wasn’t needed but that’s be­side the point but now they jump up and down be­cause it’s not good enough. Re­ally. Be bloody grate­ful you got any­thing at all. — Chris Camp­bell

BAD hay poses both a health and biose­cu­rity risk to the an­i­mal and the farm. — Mar­i­anne Irvine

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