Farmers in South Gippsland who were cut off from electricity during storms last week are having to dry off cows a month early.
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Image: ABC Gippsland: Peter Somerville

At Macks Creek, dairy farmer Michael McKenzie has dried off 40 cows to help them recover after days of disrupted milking.

And that means he’s missing out on vital income at a time of year when he’s normally paid his highest price for milk.

Meanwhile, in central Victoria farmers are busy clearing huge cypress trees, uprooted in 140 km/hour winds on Wednesday night.

Farmer, Ross Hanson and his daughter Victoria are are still waiting for their power to come back on.

Shares of Saputo Inc. SAP, -0.63% dropped 2.76% to C$33.15 Monday, in what proved to be an all-around negative trading session for the Canadian market.

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