Dairy farmers at Oxley Island are in need of carpet for cows, impacted by the flood, to stand on.
Karen Polson was in Taree on Tuesday searching for wet and damaged carpet. Her brother is one of many farmers across the area impacted by the floods.
"With cows standing in water for days on end, it's like us being in the bath where our fingers wrinkle up and get very soft," Karen explained.
"Cows are very sore and lame."
Anyone willing to donated wet and damaged carpet is urged to contact Karen via Facebook or the Mid North Coast flood emergency Facebook page.
Twice unlucky with floods
Fred Martin believes he was "twice unlucky" with flood damage to a building on Pulteney Street.
In 1978, he constructed the building, which contains Bamara Taree and Alcorn Sports. It suffered flood damage then as well as this past weekend.
"During the big flood (1978), I thought I was smart because I only just built the fitting so I put 30cm onto that building to find out that had gone under by 350cm (2021)," Fred said.
A building across the street, which houses Healthe Care Community Mayo Home Nursing, was built just after the 1929 flood.
He believed flood water rose one foot at the entrance.
"I believe this is the record flood, one in 100," Fred added.