Police have now released photos of a huge cannabis crop uncovered on a farm this week.
During the two-day operation, police uncovered more than $3 million worth of what they allege is cannabis on the farm in Upper Bingara.
Officers raided the property on Upper Bingara Road, about 2pm on Monday.
Police said they seized 1032 cannabis plants; 132 cannabis seedlings; a firearm and ammunition.
The items will be forensically examined while the cannabis plants have been destroyed.
Police claim the cannabis has an estimated potential street value of $3.1 million.
Investigations are continuing and no charges have been laid.
MORE THAN $3 million worth of cannabis has been seized in a raid on a property near Bingara.
Police spent two days scouring the farm after the illegal haul was first discovered on Monday.
The operation involved specialist police, uniformed officers and detectives who used a search warrant to raid the Upper Bingara property.
"During the operation, a substantial number of cannabis plants were located and destroyed, and a firearm was seized," New England Chief Inspector Rowan O'Brien said.
"Inverell detectives are interested in speaking with any persons who may have knowledge of this incident."
Police said the raid was sparked as part of an investigation into the cultivation of cannabis in the Upper Bingara area.
Investigations are continuing and anyone with information is urged to contact detectives on 6722 0599.