A dying artform: water diviners few and far between

QM
By Quinton McCallum
Updated January 29 2021 - 5:53am, first published 2:03am
BOWING OUT: Roger Fiebig has hung up his water divining rods after five decades of helping fellow farmers find water. The fascinating, and contentious, pursuit is considered an endangered artform by those who practice it.

WALKING across a parched paddock with a thick, hooped wire over one shoulder and a metal rod in one hand, Milendella farmer Roger Fiebig says he has received the odd quizzical look from passers by in the past five decades.

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