Matong’s wheat feat

By Jacinta Cummins
Updated December 31 2015 - 10:41am, first published November 19 2012 - 4:00am
Stephen Hatty (pictured with wife Michelle), who farms near Ganmain in the Riverina, normally receives about 460mm of rain annually, with 350mm  during the growing season.
Stephen Hatty (pictured with wife Michelle), who farms near Ganmain in the Riverina, normally receives about 460mm of rain annually, with 350mm during the growing season.

GREGORY wheat has once again proven a winner after Matong father and son farmers Rodney and Stephen Hatty won the western section of the 2012 Agricultural Societies Council (ASC) NAB Agfarm Dryland Western Region Field Wheat Competition with a 55 hectare crop last week.

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