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Baker's dozen run revealed

BURRUMBUTTOCK Hay Run founder Brendan Farrell has posted a mysterious video online to shed some light on the next event.

Speaking directly into the camera Mr Farrell said the plans for the 13th run, or as he calls it, the "Bakers Dozen" were in the works.

"I'm looking around the first weekend in September," he said, however clarifies that that timing will depend on the season.

"We are upto about 87 prime movers and trailers now, alot of people have started to register already."

The driver and farmer did not however reveal the destination of the next deliver of hay.

"Now we are going to a drought affected area," he said.

"That's all I'm going to say for now."

The founder did however seem incredibly excited

"This will be huge, ginormous, absolutely insane, there is going to be that many activities for the farming communities up there, live entertainment, sportsmen," Mr Farrell said.

"It's going to be one hell of a show.

"Number 13 then take a good break."

Towards the end of the video which has now been watched by over 13000 people the message takes a political turn, warning politicians of the day, especially Malcolm Turnbull not to lose focus.

"They lose their focus on what they are actually their for," he said.

"I haven't lost my focus, I am a Burrumbuttock Hay Runner and thats what we do, we run hay, and s**t loads of it."

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