FARMERS AFFECTED BY SHATTERCANE URGED TO COME FORWARD

North West farmers who say they were sold contaminated sorghum seeds have met overnight, as a class action law suit progresses in the Queensland Supreme Court.

Lawyers representing the farmers are now urging any others to come forward.

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