Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 354

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but I have not been able to sell all the rams I breed;  I however supply my own stations in Riverina with rams;  and I go on in the hope of effecting an improvement in the "Camden Merinos", as well as in the quality of the fleece of my own Riverina flocks.

If you find sheep thrive again at Camden I should think that wool and mutton growing would be as profitable as the dairy and there would be less labour required.

We had extremely hot weather last week which passed away without the usual fall of rain that generally takes place on the change of wind, but it has been very cool for the last few days.

My Eldest son & his wife & family of six, goes home for a year

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