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Australian Farmer Rejoices Over Heavy Rain On His Drought-Stricken Property

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Australian Farmer Rejoices Over Heavy Rain On His Drought-Stricken Property

Truly, it’s time to get wet!


A farmer couldn’t hold back his excitement as torrential downpour fell on his drought-stricken property in New South Wales.

The heart-touching footage posted to social media featured the happy farmer welcoming the rain on his farmland in NSW, having experienced a severe drought.

A farmer couldn’t hold back his excitement as torrential downpour fell on his drought-stricken property

The farmer stepped outside and celebrated the rainfall by showing off the downpour on his brown farm.

As he rejoices, the farmer took off his hat and looked up into the sky as the rain directly fell on his face.



The farmer stepped outside and celebrated the rainfall by showing off the downpour on his brown farm

‘Send it down. Let’s get wet.’ The farmer said as he continues to celebrate the rain.

He then showed off his cows standing out in the rain as well as puddles scattered around his property.

The farmer said to his herd: ‘My cows, here’s some rain to give you feed.’

As he rejoices, the farmer took off his hat and looked up into the sky as the rain directly fell on his face

January 17th, however, saw a second heavy downpour falling on some parts of Australia’s bushfires, including the drought-stricken east coast.



The first rain poured on Thursday, drenching parts of Victoria and putting out over 32 bushfires in New South Wales.

January 17th saw a second heavy downpour falling on some parts of Australia’s bushfires



Rain is again forecasted by the Bureau of Meteorology to fall this weekend with the heaviest downpour happening around Sydney, Brisbane, and NSW Mid-North Coast.

With the rain relieving already exhausted firefighters, there are present concerns the wet weather could result in landslides, flash flooding as well as contaminated water.



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