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Australia has just over 137 million sheep, all woolled, of which 75% are Merino and 22% have some Merino blood. A further 3% are other pure breeds, mainly British breeds used in lamb production. Australian Merinos are of several genetically distinct strains, ranging from fine-wool (19 microns or less in average fibre diameter) through medium-wool (average 21 microns) to strong (24 microns or more). Medium-wool strains are in the majority. The main product is still wool, though meat is increasing in importance. Management is with year-round open-air grazing on fenced pastures; there is no shepherding, but dogs are widely used in ...
A BLIND man who won a lawsuit after his guide dog was refused entry into a taxi is happy with the result – even though it means he lost a potential windfall. Peter Ellson was today awarded $2300 in compensation and damages after the Equal Opportunity Tribunal found he had been discriminated against by a cabbie working for PBL Taxis in February 2006. However, Mr Ellson could have made $25,000 more by settling out of court. Mr Ellson said he took the legal action on behalf of all blind people who have experienced problems getting their guide dogs into cabs. “Every single guide ... Read More
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