Digging the dirt on quality wool

By Louise Preece
Updated August 21 2015 - 5:45am, first published June 30 2015 - 6:00pm
Greg Mortlock, Dunluce, with his nephews Leigh and Wayne, jillaroo Rachel Wood, and their new soil aerator, the Curse Buster. The machine was imported from the US, and the Mortlocks will be using it to aerate their paddocks, and in turn grow more feed and increase their wool clip.

PRODUCING quality wool starts with the soil at the Mortlock family's central Victorian farm.

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