Story: Shearing

Inside the Homebush Station woolshed (2nd of 2)

Inside the Homebush Station woolshed

The slatted floor and small pens for holding sheep before they are shorn are typical of late 19th century woolsheds.

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Des Williams, 'Shearing - Early shearing', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 5 December 2023)

Story by Des Williams, published 24 Nov 2008