THE Bengalla Mining Company's generosity throughout the community, from sponsorship to financial assistance, is second-to-none.
And, now, the region's men and women on the land are seeing that big-heartedness first-hand, too.
Over the past few weeks, Bengalla, with the assistance of Singleton's Bower's Heavy Haulage, has shipped semi-trailer loads of hay to local famers in the Upper Hunter.
By the end of the month, that figure will have reached 350 bales.
"There's been some great work done by lots of other organisations to assist farmers - and we wanted to do our part," CEO Cam Halfpenny said.
"In this time of drought, it's an absolute pleasure to help where we are able to.
"And, the priority is to assist local farming families through the donation of the first hay grown at Bengalla Pastoral operations.
"Through the work of Acland Pastoral Company over the past few months, we've been able to donate 350 bales to just over 35 farmers across the Muswellbrook and Upper Hunter shires.
"With thanks to Bower's Heavy Haulage, we have had eight semi-trailers full of hay delivered to them.
"It is pleasing to see so many individuals, organisations and businesses all getting together to lend a hand."
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