Travel bubble hoped to deliver more shearers
Australia’s wool industry is optimistic the travel bubble with New Zealand will alleviate pressures on the sector.
For the first time in 13 months people are able to move freely between the two countries without completing two weeks hotel quarantine.
Border closures have played havoc with the wool industry, with most growers relying on Kiwi shearers.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Shearers Contractors Association Secretary Jason Letchford.
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