Victoria experienced some of its coldest nights last week as the mercury dipped well below 0°C.
At Mansfield, shearing contractor Hannah Mitchell, Savage Shearing, had a cool start to the morning shearing at Delatite Station, and despite some of the team wearing T-shirts, they said it was "sub-zero and frosty".
First-time contributor Mitchell Clark, Tarrayoukyan, snapped a photo of his Border Collie in the shearing shed, as did Elyssa Storey, Temora, NSW, who took a photo of Tambo the Kelpie.
Other photos to feature in this week's social media snapshot include fourth-generation central Victorian farmer Martin Fasso, Mia Mia, who was pictured with a ewe lamb.
Meanwhile, Bindi Whitehead, Spring Creek, Minhamite, took a photo of her two daughters, Sophie and Matilda, labeling it "double trouble seeing double trouble".
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