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    Default Farm Photos.

    I have lots of share, but its very tideous(sp?) loading one after the other, so I'll do a few more later

    These are photos taken on my grandfathers sheep farm in Nangus NSW, population 200, which I talk about so much Nangus is half an hour out from Gundagai, and Gundagai is about an hour out from Wagga.
    I was down helping him prepare for shearing next week.
    Heres a photo of 'Oak Hill'. It gives a general idea of what the land is like around there(lots more photos coming).


    This is 11 year old Harmony(the paddock dog). The Kelpies get taken for a motorbike run everyday...except Harms. She only ever runs when theres sheep around


    This is 6 year old Ebony(the yards dog), also known as 'Bat'. She's very athletic, and runs up to 45km.


    And here is 1.5 year old Speck(hopeful all rounder dog). Speck is much like how Ebby was as a one year old. She is very leggy, and loves to run....and lick.


    As I said, more photos later
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    Great looking place and lovely work dogs
    Pets are forever

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    Lovely area around there.
    I thought it was greener atm though??? So patchy this rain we've been getting isn't it?
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    Honestly, I dream about living in a country with my dogs but I will be rubbish at it.

    Those kelpies.....love to have them!
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    The kelpies look nice and fit. The terrain is similar to some of the more hilly parts of where I live except our soil is very red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalacreek View Post
    The kelpies look nice and fit. The terrain is similar to some of the more hilly parts of where I live except our soil is very red.
    Similar to us also although our farms are on the flats but hills of liverpool ranges all around us. But it's very very green here atm which is a nice change as it's normally more like your pics feed wise.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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    No CD, not so green anymore, but the wet weather brought out all the thistles.
    Kala might be having the same issues, but the thorns are working their way into the wool and down to the skin and actually causing infections. He's also just givin a whole heap of drenching to his sheep that have a strange dermatitus issue going on.





    And my own little farm dog
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    Myf: it's still greener than WA at the moment

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    And im sure it always will be Peta!
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    I love how it sits inbetween the hills there so peaceful looking. Just buetiful.......
    Weeds are terrible things & can be cruel on the animals also. Bubba get's them in his coat 7 it takes heaps to get them out.
    Dogs make everyday life enjoyable...........

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