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Beyond the Bale : March 2019
PHOTOS! READERS’ WIN!!! If you submit a photo that gets published in Readers’ Photos, you’ll receive a copy of Dan McIntosh’s ‘Outback Mates’. This 208-page hardback book is a celebration of outback Australia and the bonds of friendship that are forged living and working on the land. Have you got any interesting photos that you’d like to share with other readers of Beyond the Bale? If so, please email the image and a brief description to the editor of Beyond the Bale Richard Smith at email@example.com. Beyond the Bale has its very own Instagram account. You can follow @beyondthebale on Instagram and also tag us in your photos for your chance to be featured. We will also be showcasing on Instagram some photos emailed in to Readers’ Photos (we’ll ask your permission first), so you can keep emailing them in. 62 READERS' PHOTOS SHEARING FINISHED FOR THE YEAR Jo Fraser of ‘Heatherlie’ in the Tallangatta Valley of north-eastern Victoria sent in this photo after they had finished shearing 10,500 sheep – showing their team of shedhands, all family comprising her three children and five cousins. Jo said that with six shearers and a happy young crew it had been a most enjoyable shearing – they are all looking forward to next year! With running sheep through the hills and valleys, the entire property has a seven wire electric dog fence around it and six Maremmas to keep wild dogs out. THE STORM CLOUDS ARE COMING Markdale Station, a working sheep and cattle station with self catered farmstay accommodation, at Crooked Corner in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, posted on Instagram this photo of an approaching storm. We hope you had a drenching! HELPING OUT IN THE SHED This is Phoenix, the 21⁄2 year old grand-daughter of James and Donna Thomson, who was helping shear at ‘Belowra Station’ in south east NSW.
In the Shops - March 2019