SHEEP

New lamb definition expected by July

SHEEP producers across Australia will be looking forward to 1 July this year, the expected date the new definition of lamb will take effect, pending amendments to federal and state legislation.

 The new definition of lamb is ‘young sheep under 12 months of age or which do not have any permanent incisor teeth in wear’.

The new definition of lamb is ‘young sheep under 12 months of age or which do not have any permanent incisor teeth in wear’.

The new definition of lamb is ‘young sheep under 12 months of age or which do not have any permanent incisor teeth in wear'. Sheep Producers Australia Acting CEO Stephen Crisp said there has been substantial...

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