Farmers across southern Australia have begun sowing with expectations yield returns could be far greater this season given the wet start to 2020.
Photos shared on Instagram to #StockandLand show farmers are well underway to planting a variety of crops across Victoria, southern NSW and eastern SA.
Mark Merrett, Merret Contracting, shared a photo of a trial at Kavina in Victoria's far west where he was rolling harrows on the back of his discs preparing a paddock to be sown with barley.
Regular photo contributor Miles Parry, Powlett Plains, snapped a photo of of his setup ready to plant oats, similar to Katie Doyle, Ardlethan, NSW, whose family planted oats in the western Riverina.
Meanwhile, SA farmer Carly McCallum shared a snap of dry sowing at Willowie with hopes plenty of rain will fall after two ordinary, dry and dusty years.
In central Gippsland, mixed farmer Stu Jennings shared a photo from the cabin of his tractor levelling a paddock, preparing it to be sown with a grass in the coming weeks.
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