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Floods kill up to 300,000 cattle costing drought-ravaged farmers $300 million

By Toby Crockford
February 8 2019 - 3:05pm

The north-west Queensland floods caused by the same monsoonal rain that put Townsville underwater, have killed up to 300,000 cattle and costs drought-ravaged farmers $300 million.

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