EXCITED... Peninsula Farming manager Dean Bruce lets Riley Nixon take the wheel while harvesting Sceptre wheat on Sunday, December 10. Right: Riley Nixon’s latest pair of legs, which will soon have Superman pictures, cost $6000. EXCITED... Peninsula Farming manager Dean Bruce lets Riley Nixon take the wheel while harvesting Sceptre wheat on Sunday, December 10. Right: Riley Nixon’s latest pair of legs, which will soon have Superman pictures, cost $6000.

Grain drive for Riley

GOOD yields and great lentil prices helped raise $40,000 for Riley Nixon in 2016.

Despite less-than-ideal conditions, grain drive organisers are hoping for a similar showing of community support this season.

Riley, 3, lost his limbs to meningococcal B in May last year.

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