Rainfall chart our gift to you

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Meckering farmers Rebekah and Russell Burges with their three-year-old daughter Rylie.
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Good news rain-lovers, the Countryman’s annual rainfall chart will be published in next week’s edition.

The office phone has been ringing off the hook with farmers wanting to know when the chart will be published, and we have been busy fine-tuning the product.

A thoughtful present for Valentine’s Day, the calendar will be wrapped around next week’s paper on February 14 and is perfect for pinning on the wall.

This year’s chart is broughtto you by CSBP and Countryman.

Countryman sales manager Shelley Hodgetts said the annual rainfall chart was loved by the rural community.

“The easy to read chart is perfect for pinning on a wall in the shed, home office, or inside the house,” she said.

“Our phone has been ringing with people wanting to know what date the chart will be around the paper.

“It is great to have CSBP on board as our sponsor and we look forward to working with them in the future.”

CSBP agronomist lead Scott Nelson said he was pleased to support the rainfall chart this year.

“We have been supporting farmers for over 100 years, and understand how valuable recording and reviewing rainfall totals are to making good farming decisions,” he said.

“We are always looking for ways to make this process easier and more effective.

“So whether it’s as advanced as a remote weather station or as simple as this handwritten rainfall chart we hope you know that CSBP is here to help you plan, manage and grow throughout the season.”

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