Louise Winhall

29th May 2017


Vivienne Lewis is responsible for the results of one of the biggest shearing jobs in New Zealand and the work has won her the NZ Wool Classers Association crossbred wool merit award.

Her team handled the shearing of the 30,000 ewes, 10,000 two-tooths, 12,000 lambs and 700 rams on the sprawling Ngamatea Station near Taihape in the central North Island.

 

For the full article in Farmers Weekly, please click the below link:

Vivienne Lewis with her award.

 

https://farmersweekly.co.nz/section/sheep-2/view/lewis-shows-her-class

 

 

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