Dunkeld farm manager Jack Kennedy keeps to the plan in managing sheep disease

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Updated December 14 2022 - 7:49am, first published 7:00am
Mount Surgeon farm manager Jack Kennedy, Dunkeld, says recent floods have taken their toll, but he is sticking to a well-defined plan. Picture by Philippe Perez.
Mount Surgeon farm manager Jack Kennedy, Dunkeld, says recent floods have taken their toll, but he is sticking to a well-defined plan. Picture by Philippe Perez.

Victorian sheep producers are being urged to avoid complacency in protecting their livestock from diseases after devastating floods and continuing rains throughout the state.

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Philippe Perez

Journalist

Philippe is a journalist for Australian Community Media's Stock & Land. He is based in Ballarat and covers all aspects of Victoria's farming community and industry. To get in contact, email philippe.perez@stockandland.com.au

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