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$75,000 grants available to fire-affected farmers

FARMERS affected by the bushfires may be eligible for grants of $75,000 as part of a recovery and emergency package offered by the Federal Government.

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 Grants of $75,000 have been announced for fire-affected farmers. Image courtesy DELWP Hume region.

Grants of $75,000 have been announced for fire-affected farmers. Image courtesy DELWP Hume region.

The funds can be used to repair infrastructure such as fences, for the disposal of stock and other infrastructure damaged or destroyed by bushfire. The grants are part of an initial $100 million in...

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