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Crowds brave rain at second day of AgGrow

James and Kate French with Kimberley Schoo and Dusti Saunders.
James and Kate French with Kimberley Schoo and Dusti Saunders. Jessica Dorey

RAIN didn't deter crowds visiting the second day of AgGrow.

Thousands flocked to the event in Emerald which showcased goods and services from different industries.

Young and old travelled from across the region to attend the event.

AgGrow will conclude with a rodeo tomorrow night.


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