This Australian farmer showing love to his late aunt by unbelievable style 

In Australian A sheep farmer named by Ben Jackson was unable to attend the funeral of his beloved aunt due to the coronavirus epidemic in the country. 

For the coronavirus epidemic border of the country was closed and Jackson was kept at his home in Guyra, New South Wales, 200 miles from his funeral in Brisbane, Queensland. Her aunt died after battling cancer for two years. 

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Unable to say goodbye in person, Jackson still wanted to honor him in a memorable way. 

When she fed her pregnant eves (this is a female sheep) this week, she decorated dozens of her animals in the shape of hearts. Spreading the grain with his hands in his desired shape, his hungry beasts went out to do the rest. 

From the sky, a drone captured video of sheep as they gathered around the grain, looking like white moving particles in the pasture. 

I hope when I did this, he peeked through the clouds and was able to see it,” Jackson told 7News in Sydney

According to ABC News, he called it the “sheep industry” and this is the first time he has used his cattle to tell stories. .