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“You’re just in a world of pain”: Meet the people tackling mens’ mental health in the bush


At the age of 22, Warren Davies became a farmer. He had moved to the Goulburn Valley as a teenager to help his parents run a dairy farm and after many years of farm work, he decided to buy a few hundred acres adjacent to his parents’ property. “I knew that I was going into business with the bank, because they lent me the money,” said Davies. “But I also had a silent business partner in Mother Nature. She was going to throw me some curve balls and have probably the biggest impact on my business and on my mental…