Rawlinna shears 64,000 sheep

By Aidan Smith
Updated September 27 2018 - 2:22am, first published April 9 2018 - 8:00pm
Rawlinna station mustering and yard crew take a break from work to pose on some of the 1500 bales of Merino wool shorn over the past 10 weeks. On the top row is Lino Dauderp (left), Niklas Peter, Ben Cais, Joseph Daykin and Martin Oestergaard. Bottom row is Depot outstation overseers Glenn Rogers (left) and wife Judy (cook), with Jessica Charles, Rosie Hazlewood, Mia Howley, John ‘Panda’ Carn, A

THE largest pastoral shearing operation in Australia, Rawlinna station, has pushed through about 64,000 head of Merinos in the past 10 weeks for a total wool clip of 1500 bales.

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