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This podcast was published on the 2GB network on the 9th November 2018.

Drought this year is expected to deliver catastrophic bushfire conditions.

Just out from the start of Summer, rural property owners are being reminded it’s not too late to start preparing.

Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with New South Wales Farmers Conservation Committee member Mitchell Clapham.

WARNING: Fire service bureaucrats are warned that this podcast may contain simple and common sense solutions.

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