More than 100 entrants took part in the The Run for Farmer Health – part of the Melbourne marathon on Sunday; one even donned a cow onesie.
The run aimed to raise the profile, and funding, for Hamilton’s National Centre for Farmer Health.
One runner, Edward Kus, completed 13km of the 42km course in a cow onesie.
The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) teamed up with the Centre to #Run4FarmerHealth in the marathon.
“We are committed to advocating for this centre and are prepared to literally ‘walk the talk’ and run in solidarity to support NCFH,” VFF
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