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March 06, 2007
May McKeown pushes a wheelbarrow full of feed for her Charalais Bull and horses in the early morning...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
McKeown pushes a wheelbarrow full of feed for her Charalais Bull and horses in the early morning on her...
May McKeown pushes a wheelbarrow full of feed for her Charalais Bull and horses in the early morning on her 6000 acre (2400 hectare) property of 'Long View' near the town of Come-by-Chance, located over 700 kilometres north-west of Sydney March 6, 2007. McKeown, aged 68-years-old, lives and works on her property alone due to her son having to find work in the city as a result of the financial difficulties caused by the drought which experts have said is the worst on record. She daily inspects the property and hand-feeds her cattle, writing poems in her spare time about her lonely life on the flat north-west plains, so that when she is dead, her family will understand why she stayed. International Women's Day will occur on March 8. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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