A sharemilker works on someone else’s dairy farm for a share of the profits, and may own part or all of the dairy herd. Often dairy farms have a modest cottage like the one circled to accommodate the sharemilker’s family. Behind it is the more substantial farmhouse.
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Photograph by Nic Gorman
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