Nollsie tells us why its hard for farmers to walk away from worst drought in history
Shannon Noll reflects upon the hard times growing up in a small farming town, and how tough the current drought situation is during an interview on The Project.
The drought is the worst recorded in over 400 years of documented Australian history and has had devastating impacts for small rural towns and local farmers.
Shannon Noll has a history of speaking out for the farmers, recently telling Australia to “get off their bums and start doing something about it” at one of his performances.
He speaks from previous drought experience growing up in Condobolin, in western NSW.