Six weeks after Cyclone Gabrielle ravaged the North Island, many people have barely made a dent in the massive clean-up. The Farmy Army has been enlisted and Hawkes Bay Feds provincial president Jim Galloway says every farm in Central Hawke’s Bay will be dealing with lost fences in some way, shape or form with one farmer having to replace 7 kilometers of fencing at a cost of around $100,000. Jim Galloway joins Mark Leishman on Round Up.
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