An engaging woman-against-the-odds story about an entrepreneurial South Island sheep farmer.
When occupational therapist Beverley Forrester’s husband died suddenly she was left to run a farm she had barely worked. She set to, and learnt to farm it. She got serious about her wool and set up shop in the UK. She started exhibiting at trade fairs in England and exporting to Japan and Brazil and visited woollen mills in China. She joined the mission to save wool.
|Dimensions||25 × 12 × 3 cm|