‘Chooks coming home to roost’: Former senator warned of water deals years ago Australian Farmer Uses Water Divining To Overcome Drought Conditions

Australian Farmer Uses Water Divining To Overcome Drought Conditions

COBAR, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 21: A general view of a dam at Darling Downs on February 21, 2019 in Cobar, Australia. The property along with Tindarey is owned by 82-year-old Keith Francisco who is a water harvester and diviner using ancient methods particularly successful in dry environments. Whilst surrounding properties in the region have little or no water, Francisco's property has an abundance of clean water stored in land tanks and dams. Water divining, also known as dowsing, is believed to have originated in Germany in the 15th century. Dousing is the ancient practice of holding twigs or metal rods that are supposed to move in response to hidden objects and is often used to locate water. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images)
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