Australian sheep left without clippers as Covid stops traveling from New Zealand | World news

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It’s a tradition that goes back decades. Hundreds of New Zealanders travel to Australia for the spring mowing season every year – a huge mobilization of workers critical to the success of the country’s wool industry.In the dusty sheds of outback farms, they team up with local shearers and, together, relieve five million sheep of their fleeces in eight weeks.

But this year, there is a key in the works.

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