fruit growing in Queensland's Granite Belt - Lino Vetoretto, 34, and single, migrated to Australia in 1957 and now works as a farm hand in the Biltmore Orchard, the biggest in the Granite Belt. It is owned by brothers Gino and Bruno Zanatta, at Pozieres. The orchard produces up to 45, 000 boxes of apples, pears, peaches, and plums a year. Lino plans to make a holiday trip to Italy in the near future. His parents Mr and Mrs Antonio Vetoretto live at Fiume Veneto, Province of Udine. He is seen driving one of the tractors on the modern Biltmore property. .
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