Posted October 31, 2017 13:45:13
A small Western Australian community has banded together to rake, cut and cart 60 hectares of silage for a dairy farmer who has just been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
For 45-year-old Brett Milner and his family, who live in Acton Park, just outside of Busselton in the state’s south west, the diagnosis came as quite a shock.
“It’s very unusual as a mid-40-year-old man to be diagnosed with prostate cancer,” he said.
“I myself thought it was just one for the old fellas.
“But the more I’ve gone through the testing just made me realise it’s really important that you listen to your body.”
According to figures from Cancer Australia, the most common age to get …