Wheatbelt wool classer inspires next generation in ag

Brooke Littlewood
Updated November 28 2023 - 9:26pm, first published November 27 2023 - 9:00pm
Tameka Baker works as a lead wool classer in sheds across the Wheatbelt and is paving the way for the next generation in agriculture.
Tameka Baker works as a lead wool classer in sheds across the Wheatbelt and is paving the way for the next generation in agriculture.

When Tameka Baker was just three-years-old, she was paid 50 cents by Perenjori farmer Barry McGlew to shear her first lamb.

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