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Landline: Invisible Farmer/Outback Chefs/Full Circle
Invisible Farmer/Outback Chefs/Full Circle
ABC  |  February 25, 2018
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Invisible Farmer
In an overwhelmingly male-dominated industry, only around 3 percent of Australia's shearers are female. Nicki Guttler first picked up a handpiece just two-and-a-half years ago, she's now forging a career on the boards and encouraging other women in the sheds to step up beside her.

Outback Chefs
A couple of retired fine dining chefs fulfil their long-held dream to cook for the hungry crew of an outback cattle station. But for staff used to plenty of plain food, there might be a few changes needed to the menu.

Full Circle
Almost all of the donated fresh produce comes from rural Australia - broadacre farmers, fruit and vegetable growers and even meat processing companies. But in an ironic twist, a disproportionate amount of relief ends up back in the country.

Invisible Farmer
In an overwhelmingly male-dominated industry, only around 3 percent of Australia's shearers are female. Nicki Guttler first picked up a handpiece just two-and-a-half years ago, she's now forging a career on the boards and encouraging other women in the sheds to step up beside her.

Outback Chefs
A couple of retired fine dining chefs fulfil their long-held dream to cook for the hungry crew of an outback cattle station. But for staff used to plenty of plain food, there might be a few changes needed to the menu.

Full Circle
Almost all of the donated fresh produce comes from rural Australia - broadacre farmers, fruit and vegetable growers and even meat processing companies. But in an ironic twist, a disproportionate amount of relief ends up back in the country.

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