There are warnings this morning that the dairy industry could be devastated from the bushfires unless supermarkets raise milk prices and government assistance becomes available.
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A firefighter hosing down trees and flying embers in an effort to secure nearby houses from bushfires near the town of Nowra in the state of New South Wales AFP via Getty

Bushfires have killed as many as half a million animals this season… including livestock across the New South Wales South Coast and Gippsland in Victoria.

It adds to the woes of an industry already suffering from a crippling drought and persistently low milk prices.

Shaughn Morgan is head of the New South Wales farmers’ body Dairy Connect.

He’s told NewsRadio’s Matt O’Neil the impact of the bushfires on dairy farmers could compromise fresh milk supplies.

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