In the neighborhood of Australian Canberra, a farmer has been breeding merino sheep for many years: The wool of these sheep is very much appreciated since it is quite thin, durable and grows fast:
It’s necessary to shave these sheep once every three months. Otherwise, parasites may appear in thick and long wool.
This story happened to one of the sheep from the Australian farmer’s farm.
The sheep lost during one of the regular walks. Farm workers have been looking for it for a very long time but with no luck. They hoped that the sheep would soon return to the farm, but it didn’t happen.
The farmer soon accepted sheep’s death and stopped looking for it.
But miracles happen! In the fifth year, the lost sheep returned to the farm.
The farmer had barely recognized it. For all these years, the wool has turned into a dense, dirty full of parasites spacesuit. The farmer invited the most experienced sheep shearer to shear it.
It took 6 hours. As a result, 42 kg of wool was cut off from the unfortunate animal.
The animal must have experienced tremendous relief and felt better.