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RRT BRINGS RELIEF TO 428 FARMERS IN CENTRAL WEST NSW

The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has donated 428 tons of livestock pellets to farmers financially affected by the drought in Cobar & Warren NSW.

Since August 2019, RRT has hosted six Farmers Community Connect events, donating more than 1,000 tons of livestock pellets to farmers in Tullamore, Nymagee, Condobolin and Narrabri.

Ron Arkcoll, RRT Chairman from the PBCC said Christian values of care and compassion motivated them to help farmers across drought-stricken NSW.

“Today’s Farmers Community Connect is about bringing together both farmers and the community to have a bite to eat, a chat with mates and support each other through some tough times,” Mr. Arckoll said.

FCC – Recipients

“Today was truly a team effort with vital support from Government and community services coming together to make today’s event possible.

“Our journey across the state to deliver feed for livestock and support for farmers and their families has been a humble one, and a real eye-opener to the goodness found in the power of community.”

RRT will continue to support farmers affected by drought, and will be heading to the following locations:

Farmers who would like to register for upcoming events can use the link below:


Over the past 18 months, RRT’s Operation Drought Relief has also seen 12,000 bales of hay, some 6,000+ tonnes, delivered to 10+ locations across NSW and Queensland, helping over 1,100 farmers and their families in need.

2 thoughts on “RRT BRINGS RELIEF TO 428 FARMERS IN CENTRAL WEST NSW

  1. Let’s engage or go on in giving a helping hand with RRT

  2. The giving of RRT is not motivated by the desire for recognition, or the desire for monetary gain. The money provided from businesses and individuals who give generously to persons in need. It is a great work and it is a pleasure to be able to assist those who have been affected by fires, floods and other disasters.

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