Inaya grew up on a family farm in the Wheatbelt and moved to Esperance, WA when she was a teenager. She has always loved agriculture and is currently studying a Bachelor of Agriculture through the University of New England. She studies via correspondence while working locally in the industry. Inaya’s Dad (Ross) and sister (Amelia) were a part of the first Farmers Across Borders hay run in 2014, so she jumped at the chance to be a part of the 2019 run. She is now the co-secretary of Farmers Across Borders and loves the role. Her favourite part of the hay runs is knowing that she can help those who need it, even if they don’t want to ask.
Farmers Across Borders – Hay from WA, is a group of farmers from Western Australia aiming to help farmers who have been affected by drought and other natural disasters. Following a successful trip to Bourke NSW in 2014, a call was made to do another run in September 2018 and so plans were started. On Australia Day 2019, 47 road trains rolled their way into Cobar, NSW. All hay was donated by generous West Aussie farmers, all eager to help their eastern state neighbours still struggling in drought.
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