Dulacca crop up and away

By Neil Lyon
Updated December 18 2015 - 5:35pm, first published July 5 2013 - 4:00am
Farming manager John Stevens and Rohan Parkinson inspect a promising crop of Grimmet barley on the Parkinson family’s farm at Dulacca. Picture: RODNEY GREEN.
Farming manager John Stevens and Rohan Parkinson inspect a promising crop of Grimmet barley on the Parkinson family’s farm at Dulacca. Picture: RODNEY GREEN.

THEY might have missed out on a sorghum crop because of the dry summer, but the Parkinson family are making up for it with 2400 hectares of winter crop that is up and away on their farm at Dulacca on the western Downs.

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