Australia: A $6-million Cannabis Farm With More Than 3,000 Plants Was Discovered In The Middle Of Nowhere

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NEWS A $6-million cannabis farm with more than 3,000 plants was discovered in the middle of nowhere A 20,000-acre property in the Australian outback was allegedly being used to grow marijuana to supply the entire region of New South Wales By Angela Stelmakowich Police seize 3,020 cannabis plants from farm and a loaded double-barrel shotgun and cannabis from a home on the property. NSW Police Force, Twitter Photo: NSW Police Force, Twitter NSW Police Force, Twitter

A farmer in Australia — apparently with more than his fair share of moxy — was taking advantage of the open space in his native country’s outback, until police discovered a large-scale cannabis operation containing thousands of plants in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW).

Todd Brendon Henderson, 34, was arrested after detectives with Strike Force Hyperion found a cannabis crop worth an estimated $6 million on a 20,000-acre property in Tindarey, NSW, 9News reports.

It is alleged the site was being used as a dedicated cannabis plantation and that the man was involved in the large-scale cultivation and supply of cannabis across the region.

Beyond seizing the plants, police also took away a loaded double-barrel shotgun and more cannabis from a home on the property.

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