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What you put in is what you get out. You get paid per sheep so if you louis vuitton purses new orleans stuff around you aren't going to make much money." READ MORE:Cummings shears record Frew has been placing well this season and won two out of 10 competitions he has entered in. Cummings, who also owns a restaurant in Pleasant Point and a dairy effluent disposal business, says he is over air yeezy louis vuitton shoes committed and hasn't competed so well. "Ants [Anthony] has done a few more comps than me this season," he says. "I get a bit tied up with my other jobs. I've only done five comps and I haven't even made the finals this year. I'm just not getting enough shearing in." A few years ago Cummings broke an unofficial world record by shearing 810 sheep in a nine hour day to raise money for the Christchurch earthquake appeal. "It quotes about louis vuitton bags was unofficial because there weren't judges and we belly crutched them beforehand," he said. "The sheep were chosen verycarefully. We ran 4000 through the race and chose 800 odd Mt Somers Station merinos. We picked the two tooths and four tooths because the others were too heavy. Even so, the sheep were still 65 kilograms." Ewe Need Us Shearing originated 14 months ago and employs two other shearers besides Cummings and Frew, two shedhands and a wool presser. "I was working with another older shearer and Ant was working for a shearer in [Pleasant] Point," says Cummings. "We wanted a change and thought we would team up and take this wee run louis vuitton hiring atlanta on and build it up. We have since picked up a lot of sheds. "The last year and a half have been really enjoyable. Good farmers, and a good crew. Sometimes you get a farmer who will make things difficult, but ours have all been good," he says. Last week they were at Glenariff Station up the Rakaia Gorge. "We went up there Monday morning and spent the week," says Frew. "Glenariff is the only place left on the south side of the Rakaia that still has shearers staying on the farm. Everywhere else they travel daily from Ashburton or Timaru. That's up to two hours travel each way. We would like to do more high country places like this." "We've picked up a lot of sheds. Doing the competitions that's a bonus for us because the quality of our shearing is good," Frew says. The pair thinks the standard of shearing nationwide has dropped. Shearers don't appear to take so muchpride in their work, Cummings says. Competition numbers are less than before. He has been competing for 23 years, ever since he started shearing, and Frew has been competing for 12 years. Cummings says he got into it with the encouragement of older shearers. "They took me to the shows. Then you get addicted to it," he says. Frew says he was the same. " It was the guys I was working with at the time [in Oamaru]," he says. "Ken Ferguson and Justin Meikle they were representing New Zealand. They were judges as well and would always go to the shows. They took me under their wing and I started out as a junior." There's no encouragement to go in the competitions anymore, Cummings says. When the "newbies" do enter they don't do very well and lose confidence.
"The other day we were at Methven [show] and there was only one senior shearer there," Frew says. "When I was a senior [he is now in the open grade] I won that competition and there were 15 to 20 competitors. That was only seven years ago.
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