Safe shearing shed plea as farmers are urged to use QR codes

Victoria Nugent
Bryce Eishold
Updated August 25 2021 - 11:27am, first published 6:30am
SHEARER SAFETY: Steve Wishart, Burnbrae Pastoral, Inverleigh, has implemented QR codes in his shearing shed ahead of spring.
SHEARER SAFETY: Steve Wishart, Burnbrae Pastoral, Inverleigh, has implemented QR codes in his shearing shed ahead of spring.

Sixth-generation Inverleigh woolgrower Steven Wishart says using QR codes in his family's shearing shed was a "no-brainer".

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Victoria Nugent

Victoria Nugent

National sheep and wool writer

National sheep and wool writer for ACM's agricultural publications. Former livestock editor for Queensland Country Life. Send your story tips to vnugent@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Bryce Eishold

Bryce Eishold

Senior journalist

Bryce is a senior journalist with Australian Community Media's Stock & Land where he reports on all aspects of agriculture. Bryce is also the president of the Rural Press Club of Victoria. Email Bryce at bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.

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