Mr Frank Hadley, cotton farmer from Merced, California, was one to the two pioneers of a spectacular migration of Americans into a sheep raising district of NSW, where they are growing cotton. The property run by Frank Hadley, and a partner also from Merced, was a well known sheep station until the tow Americans took over. They now have 3,000 acres of cotton. Mr and Mrs Hadley took their two children with then when they settled at Wee Waa, NSW in 1962, after Mr Hadley had bought his half share of the sheep station a year earlier. Frank Hadley, right, talking over farming matters with his partner in Australia, Mr Paul Kahl, also a former cotton man from Merced.
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