High rainfall across parts of Victoria have delayed the sowing of crops in some sections of the sale as farmers juggle wet conditions and the occasional sunny day.
Telopea Downs farmer and contractor Mark Merrett, Merrett Contracting, said the wet conditions in the western half of the state had been challenging to navigate.
"We haven't done a lot of contracting this year but it's been a slog getting the crop in between being unorganised and rain delays," he said.
"It's been challenging."
Mr Merrett used a drone to capture the moment he started putting barley in the ground at Telopea Downs.
More than 50 millimetres of rain fell in the area last month.
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