Paul Kahl, from East Mariposa Way, Merced, California, began a new life in Australia as a migrant cotton grower, and more than 100 other Americans have followed his lead. He investigated the prospect of cotton growing in the sheep grazing district of Wee Waa, 370 miles inland from Sydney, decided to start the industry there, and I is snow a most important cotton growing area in Australia. Mr and Mrs Kahl have six young children. Paul Kahl is growing cotton on a former sheep station named 'Glencoe', in partnership with another Merced cotton man, Frank Hadley. They have about 3,000 acres under cotton. Paul Kahl left, with his partner, Frank Hadley, examining cotton from the 1965 crop.
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