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PHASING OUT OF SHORT TERM GRAZING PERMITS PUTS STRAIN ON LOCAL DROVERS

With the drought’s impact continuing to be felt, one droving family has been on the road for nine-months keeping cattle alive.

But short term grazing permits for Travelling Stock Reserves are being phased out, with future options limited.

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About Olivia Portell

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Olivia began working as a journalist with NBN in Tamworth in May 2018. Born and bred in the North West, Olivia grew up in Armidale, before moving to Newcastle in to study a Bachelor of Communication.

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