Leeton's Burrumbuttock Hay Runners have safely delivered gold in the form of hay to the Armidale area.
Leeton trucks and drivers were part of the recent run to the drought-stricken area, and there was also the added bonus of rain along the way.
More than 720 farmers farmers were the beneficiaries of the latest run.
One Leeton resident taking part was Sandi Jones, who was thrilled to see the support once again while on the road.
"Our trip through Sydney surprised me pleasantly," she said.
"The crowds on the streets, corners and overpasses waving and wishing us safe travels.
"It's great to have that feeling of support from the city.
"Most overwhelming though was Tamworth.
"Tamworth really turned it on for us.
"We delivered our donated load of hay about 50 kilometres out of Armidale and we're lucky enough to have a tour of the property with David, the semi-retired owner.
"We are very grateful to be able to help out those who have been struggling with the ongoing drought and recent bushfires.
"It's something very special to be a part of the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners."
Burrumbuttock Hay Runners organiser Brendan Farrell said the next delivery would head way out into the outback.
The group has thanked all those who took part once again and for the donations received.