Freight slowdowns and cautious attitudes hitting farmers hard during pandemic

By Daniel Shirkie
Updated March 29 2020 - 9:30pm, first published 9:29pm
HARD LUCK: Katie O'Brien, of Dubbo's Aussie Helpers says there have been clear impacts from the COVID-19 outbreak. PHOTO: BELINDA SOOLE.

It's only been two short weeks since the COVID-19 outbreak forced many businesses and services to adapt to new restrictions and regulations in an effort to combat the spread of the virus, but the Central West's growers and producers are already feeling the strain.

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