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Time to Relax

Gillian Morey came to Australia in the early ’70s, from her birthplace in Suffolk, England. She is married to a farmer in the south-west of Western Australia.

The couple’s farm is host to Merino sheep for fine wool, White-Faced Suffolk sheep for fat lambs, and Aberdeen Angus cattle. They also cultivate wheat, lupins, barley, oats, canola and oaten hay.

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