BS, you forgot to mention the award winning snot blocks, or was that on purpose?Ahhhh your right, did they win the Vanilla Slice comp one year.......... ........any how it's closer to your territory, didn't want to go poaching. ......Donald, Charlton and Birchip..big cropping area, fingers crossed for em' all.
https://www.mailtimes.com.au/story/6248236/rainy-weekend-for-the-region/?cs=225The BoMs Three Month Outlook is a little bleak.
The rainfall dept, has been quite reasonable across the region for the past month, given the very dry start to the year, as can be seen by the below link for BOM.
They don't need a lot of rain in the next couple of months, just a few top-ups.Yep spot on, Donald, in my post, the bureau predicts Horsham is a 72% chance of getting 100ml over the next 3 months, if that is the case it should make quite a good season, however if they copped 150ml ( 30% chance ) a great harvest will be in order.
Need an inch late September/early October to fill the heads. This is what makes it a good or average season.
And if there's a big harvest this year, it'll be chaos. Remember too that Nth Geelong is much harder now for BG trains too....with so few choochoos operating on this line, crossing loops will not be a problem.SSR taking the Kensington grainy up to Sea Lake tonight. Will have to cross the hay train somewhere – it’s peak hour up there!There probably regretting now removing all BG Loops between Dunolly and Ballarat...