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The whakapapa of our cotton: From Field to Fibre. Chapter 4

The whakapapa of our cotton: From Field to Fibre. Chapter 4

From the Fields, we followed the cotton to the next stage of the process. Cotton Ginning is the process of separating the cotton fibers from the cotton seeds that they protect.
The 'Gin' is a massive complex where the the freshly picked cotton is taken by the sack for processing. As we approached the Gin, trucks and ox carts lined the road. Bulging and overflowing with cotton. 

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