New Zealand sheep farmers use drones to shepherd

Shepherding is one of the oldest professions in the world, but sheep farmers in New Zealand are finding innovative ways to bring the job into the modern era. The use of drones is revolutionising the work life of farmers in the country.

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    Alexandra - Shepherding is one of the oldest professions in the world, but sheep farmers in New Zealand are finding innovative ways to bring the job into the modern era.

    The use of drones is revolutionising the work life of farmers in the country.


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