Jack Kitchings, of Bakersfield, California, migrated to Wee Waa, NSW Australia in 1962, and is now a successful cotton farmer there. He has a 1,600 acre property, 'White Acres' farm at Wee Waa, 370 miles north west of Sydney, NSW. They had a most successful harvest this year, from 400 acres of the farm under cotton. The farm is well mechanised. Heavy cotton handling equipment imported form America is owned on a cooperative basis. Cotton from the white acres. Part of the 1965 harvesting from the cotton properties of Jack Hitchings and other American immigrant growers, about to be trucked to the ginnery.
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