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Beyond the Bale : March 2018
MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK Candice Nix sent in this photo of children Isla (3), Ruby (6) and Flynn (5) helping out on their grandparents farm at Boyup Brook in the south-west of WA. THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS Carolyn Charlton from Tintinara in the Murray Mallee region of South Australia sent in this cute photo of her twins Langley Gale and Amberley Gale feeding their very first pet orphaned lamb. ON THE ROAD HOME Josie Kingwill of Adjungbilly, 35km north-east of Tumut in NSW, sent in this photo of her dad, brother and sister walking the sheep to the shed for shearing. WRAPPED IN WOOL Hannah Marriott of ‘Yarallah’ at Goomalibee, near Benalla in north east Victoria, sent in this photo of her three-year-old nephew Max who she says loves being part of anything to do with the farm. NATURE KNOWS BEST Eric Chandler of Doodlakine, 220km east of Perth in the Central Wheat belt of WA, sent in this photo of a ground cuckoo-shrike family nesting on his farm. Eric says ground cuckoo-shrikes have nested twice on the farm this season and made extensive use of Merino wool as their nest lining. TIME FOR A TRIM? Fay Alexander of ‘Lochindhu’ at Byaduk North in the Southern Grampians of Victoria sent in this photo of Sam Alexander and son Jordie who is thinking his Dad's hair might need a trim. WHAT ARE YOU GOANNA DO? Ann Sloane of Savernake in the southern Riverina of NSW sent in this photo of her old long-haired Kelpie, Jette, with a goanna that briefly moved into her kennel – Ann says Jette barely moved a muscle throughout! Jette has done many years of loyal and obedient work, particularly in the yards, and still holds sheep well and is invaluable at drafting/loading time. UPSY-DAISY Wibke Tiemann from Kangaroo Island in South Australia sent in this photo of her pet lamb Daisy who had noticed that there was a little bit of grain left in the bucket, so she tipped it over and stuck her head in. 67 READERS' PHOTOS
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