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Concerns for the futures of flood ravaged towns

As graziers continue to scramble to get fodder to cattle stranded by flood waters across huge swathes of northwest Queensland concerns are mounting for the towns that rely on them.

Many graziers are likely to be without any real income for up to three years which will have a flow on effect to businesses in local towns.

Rural Aid founder Charles Adler tells Mark the key is getting money to graziers to spend in their local communities.

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