Oberon Quickshear offers largest cash prize in the world

Samantha Townsend
Updated July 4 2022 - 11:44pm, first published January 12 2022 - 10:30am
One of the Oberon Quickshear organisers Aaron Booth who says people can nominate for the event by visiting the Oberon Quickshear Facebook page. Picture: Supplied
One of the Oberon Quickshear organisers Aaron Booth who says people can nominate for the event by visiting the Oberon Quickshear Facebook page. Picture: Supplied

Shearers across the Trans Tasman will be sharpening their blades to vie for the largest cash prize for a quick shearing event in the world.

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