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‘A Harbinger of Things to Come’: Farmers in Australia Struggle With Its Hottest Drought Ever

Gus Bullen drags hay that will feed sheep on Dunmore Property near Pilliga in December 2018. He inherited the 4,000 acres, which have been in his family for 111 years, from his father. He and his wife Krystal havenÕt been able to plant wheat and barley in recent years. Gus has sought off-farm employment as a fencing contractor
Adam Ferguson for News time Gus Bullen drags hay that will feed sheep on Dunmore Property near Pilliga in December.

When the wind blows, Krystal Bullen’s home can vanish in an instant. It sits on 4,000 acres of dust outside Pilliga, a New South Wales town nearly 300 miles northwest of Sydney, and a good gust will engulf her homestead in a brown haze.

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