Spring Ridge will hold an event designed to provide farm management options during and after the drought on Monday, July 15.
Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will host its free Dealing with the Dry event at Spring Ridge Hall from 1pm-4pm, as part of the corporation's NSW roadshow.
GRDC's grower relations manager Susan McDonnell said the forum aimed to deliver a variety of practical advice, from talking about debt, to accessing government services, and supporting mental health issues.
"As growers we all know our long-term business goals have been put on hold due to our income changes with the drought, so this is about understanding the different ways we can effectively manage our debt and limited cash flow while planning for the future," Mrs McDonnell said.
"These forums aren't about having all the answers. Instead, they are about starting interactive discussions and offering opportunities to question experts and build on our knowledge."
A grain grower herself, Mrs McDonnell said specialist consultants would also offer guidance on how to manage dry conditions and evaluate farm planning for when the drought breaks.
"We have invited experienced local farm advisers at each event to be part of this session so we are hearing realistic options for local conditions," Mrs McDonnell said.
"Like many people involved with the GRDC, the drought is my daily reality too and while I know there is a limit to what we can do on-farm while it is dry, there are steps we can take to put ourselves in the best possible position to get through these tough times."
Growers, farm advisers and other community members are also welcome to attend the free event.