• MOLLY CORNISH

    Molly Cornish will make you want to get out there and grab life by the horns, or wool for that matter. I caught up with Molly at her dad’s farm, ‘Crenmore’, at  Oatlands, Tasmania. In the freezing cold temps she graciously braved them for me to get a few shots and humbly told me about her life, loves and what she’s got in store for the future. When most little girls hit their 12th birthday, planning for their future and laying down foundations for their career path goes as far as declaring that they want to be a vet one week and an actress the next. Something a little more…

  • MIA

    Meet Mia. Cute isn’t she? Don’t tell her that though. She’s a working girl, dedicating her life to penning up, guarding her ute and collecting bones. Starting her life in Hay, NSW, Mia moved in with her family in southern Qld when she was still soft and cuddly. Destined for a life in the woolsheds with her shearer dad and woolclasser mum, there’s hardly been a time in her 6 years that she hasn’t been around sheep. Starting in her shearing team at the bottom of the ranks, she was taken under the wing of the other team dogs and quickly learnt what this penning up gig is all about. She…

  • RICHARD COOLE

           Sheep have always been part of Richard’s Coole family and he is happily carrying on the tradition at ‘Glenerin’, Franklin WA. There was never a hesitation for Richard about what he wanted to do with his life. As soon as he finished his schooling, he knew he was going to be a woolgrower and that he was going to do it well. Armed with tertiary studies and agricultural knowledge passed down from his father, Richard had laid solid foundations for his farming future. Education is key for Richard and a heavy focus is on the science of his sheep make up, biology and animal health.  His stud sheep are…

  • CHLOE EDWARDS

      She’s not special, she’s not even unique. She’s just a farm girl doing what she loves. At least that is what Chloe will tell you. But, if you ask me this young rural woman is nothing short of inspirational and just what our future wool industry needs. Set deep in the wheatbelt just out of Kweda, WA is ‘Brooklands Park’ – Chloe’s 20,000 acre family sheep and cropping property. It’s also where she has chosen to settle with her family, partner and her ever growing furred and feathered brood.     Chloe left the family farm for boarding school in Perth (and hated it) and went on to study…

  • Naomi, Audrey, Kenny & Paddy

    Naomi McLennan

    Watching Naomi walking around her Terip Terip property, ‘Arrabri’ with her three dogs, Audrey, Kenny and Paddy, you can almost hear the land under her feet talking to her. She has a spiritual connection with the land, like they were meant to be. It’s the land she has known her whole life and the land that she has made a life from. Her parents, Bruce and Denise live just around the corner at Taradale. They too are running their own farm and still work closely with Naomi on a daily basis. While the general rule is, never work with friends or family, Naomi and her folks are a refreshing exception…

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