Close shave: Grant Smith of Ravenstone Farms in Qualicum demonstrates sheep shearing to homeschool students at Simms Creek Farm in Campbell River. Smith travels the North Island shearing sheep for farmers. The former RCMP officer showed the students how to shear the sheep and care for the fleece properly.

Close shave

Grant Smith of Ravenstone Farms in Qualicum demonstrates sheep shearing to homeschool students at Simms Creek Farm in Campbell River. Smith travels the North Island shearing sheep for farmers. The former RCMP officer showed the students how to shear the sheep and care for the fleece properly.

  • Jun. 9, 2011 6:00 a.m.

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