A black-singleted presenter explains aspects of New Zealand farming life to an audience of tourists, assisted by a sheepdog and well-behaved sheep of various breeds, at the Agrodome, near Rotorua. The Agrodome was established in 1972 by Godfrey Bowen, a champion shearer, and farmer George Harford.
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