After a variety of jobs, including three years milking, Richard Lumb decided to take a job driving milk tankers for Fonterra in South Otago. He’s never looked back. Photos and story by Karen Trebilcock. It’s 6.30am in mid-September and Richard Lumb is listening to the morning briefing with the rest of the red team at...
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