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Beyond the Bale : September 2018
75 READERS' PHOTOS THE OVERSEER Codie Reynolds of Young in NSW sent in this photo of one of her daughters checking that all is well in the shearing shed. PROTECTING HER ICY POLE What’s a young girl to do when a naughty pet lamb tries to eat your icy pole? Hide in a spare tree guard! Thanks for sending in the photo, Coralie Nix from Boyup Brook in WA. IT’S RAINING! Andrea Mitchell of ‘Kilpa’ at Savernake in southern Riverina of NSW sent in this photo of an umbrella being held amongst the cockies and buyers at the Corowa Sale Yards. The photo was taken a couple of years ago and it would be nice to see a bit of rain again soon! YOUNG GUN SHEARER IN THE MAKING Astrid Rees posted this photo on Instagram (astridrees_station_photography) of her daughter in the shearing shed at ‘Bellevue Station’ at Ivanhoe in NSW. She is wearing a shearing singlet made especially for her by Just Shear (www.justshear.com) – a manufacturer of custom shearing singlets and hoodies. ALL HANDS, AND PAWS, ON DECK Here is a photo of working dog Jenny out helping feed the rams at ‘Possamunga Station’ at Quilpie in South West Queensland. Thanks to Christie Edwards for sending in the photo.
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