Once a sheep has been shorn, a ‘rousie’ or woolhandler picks up the fleece and throws it onto a table so the dirty wool and scruffy ends can be removed. This shed hand is working at Glentanner station in the Mackenzie Country, in 2007.
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Photograph by Sarah Ivey
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