From Kelpies to lambs - isolation in the country ain't that bad

From Kelpies to lambs and everything in between - isolation ain't that bad

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Regional Victorians battened down the hatches last week as new stage three restrictions were introduced across the state.

Photos published to social media showed isolation was not really a problem for people on the land, busy with a range of tasks to complete about the farm.

Regular contributor and central Victorian farmer Martin Fasso, Mia Mia, was photographed with two lambs while he had the sheep were in the shed for a check-up last week.

In western Victoria, farmer and avid photographer Belinda Whitehead spent her last day of freedom before lockdown traipsing around the Grampians with her kids.

Romy Jean snapped snapped cute photo of Kelpies during a farm visit in NSW, while Sophie Healey, Ecklin South struggled to keep her distance from Jenny the alpaca.

Contributor Emma Devlin-Collins took a photo of a rather sad looking sheep in the Macedon Ranges.

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