Drought, live export ban hit Cloncurry hard

By Troy Rowling
Updated December 21 2015 - 11:11am, first published May 7 2013 - 8:42pm
Cloncurry grazier Robert Curley has been hit hard by drought and lack of access to live export markets.
Cloncurry grazier Robert Curley has been hit hard by drought and lack of access to live export markets.

ROBERT Curley estimates his business could lose almost $2 million in the coming months due to the drought, lack of market access to live export and BJD quarantine.

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