You can always count on the former Republic of Danistan to come up with a deranged idea. Last week, they did not disappoint.
South Gippsland shire’s draft regulations sought to limit the height of grass to 30cm on rural and semi-rural properties. The Victorian Farmers’ Federation immediately pointed out that the proposed law would prevent farmers from making hay and silage.
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