When you think of the Australian wool industry, what images do you conjure up ?
Men in blue singlets chipping away at wrinkly merinos with blades?
What do you think happens to the wool once it is off the sheep’s back – that it’s bundled up and knitted into horrible itchy jumpers that your grandpa wears?
Between the old days of blades to today’s modern wool industry a lot has changed.
Chantel opens farm gates and woolsheds doors, inviting you to experience the on-farm wool practices of Australia. This is rural story telling at it’s best, in all of it’s raw, honest beauty.
FROM THE BLOG
Jack the Immortal
For most of the properties that I have worked at during my woolclassing career, there would be a 12 month stint between visits. While most of the woolgrowers are exceptional and a large chunk of them