Local farmers who are in a position to help others are encouraged to register
A new project has allowed fire-ravaged farmers to connect with the help they need following this year's devastating bushfire season.
Farm management software company AgriWebb has launched 'The Helping Hand Project' which aims to connect farmers needing assistance with farmers willing to help.
Northern Victorian and Southern Riverina farmers are encouraged to sign up to assist other farmers, while those impacted by the fires can register for help - whether they need labour, agistment, feed or machinery.
"From there, our team will match up those who can help with those who need help," AgriWebb co-founder John Fargher explains.
"I hope the wider farming community gets on board.
"Nobody understands the needs of farmers like farmers. They have the equipment, supplies and know-how to make a difference, and quickly."