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?
From the old days of blades to today’s guns, a lot has changed.
Chantel opens farm gates and woolsheds doors, inviting you to experience the on-farm wool practices of Australia.
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