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Left Field call for expressions of interest from parents and guardians to pick vegetables | The Advocate



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A Gunns Plains mum has stepped into the workforce for the first time taking advantage of the job opportunities available on North-West farms. Mikalah Hingston started cutting cauliflower for Harvest Moon last week as farmers struggle to fill the positions. For the past eight year the 23-year-old has been caring for her children aged three, six and eight and has been surprised by her role in the paddock picking cauliflower and planting. “It is not as hard as what I was expecting, it is really good and they make it fun,” she said. “I was scared to come but they were really upfront and said, it is going to be hard and it is going to be unusual for you, and I didn’t come here scared because they told me what it was…

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