A view from readers and their paddocks

A view from readers and their paddocks

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GALLERY: Check out some of our readers' photos.

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Boggy conditions across parts of Victoria have made it challenging for some primary producers as soil moisture levels remain soaked.

Penshurst farmers Elle Moyle and Ben Schofield received more than 45 millimetres of rain on Saturday, making it almost impossible to navigate around their property, Gazette.

Ms Moyle said the quad bike became bogged twice when when she was trying to check on their sheep and cattle.

Another farmer nearby who has also been experiencing high rainfall totals is Bindi Whitehead at Minhamite, who said she had noticed the ground gradually getting softer due to recent rain.

Another photo to feature in this week's Webpics is from Karen Rees at Talangatuk East who captured a snap of her two energetic Kelpies in the yards.

Have your photo in Stock & Land by tagging @StockandLand on Instagram, email bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au or send it via Facebook.

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