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No butts about goat export growth

It may be a surprise to many but, until a couple of weeks ago, the goat was the world’s most widely eaten variety of meat.

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Carnarvon
Not bad for a declared feral pest that is consuming WA's southern rangelands at an unsustainable rate .The majority of our $51 million export comes from feral or rangelands goats that are being managed and exported off pastoral leases under the guise of conservation . The destruction that feral goat farming has done to the Ningaloo coastline over the last 10 years is phenomenal . Ningaloo , Gnaraloo and Quobba stations are major exporters of these declared feral pests . .But the returns are fantastic , DAFWA and DOL are turning a blind eye to the damage being caused by feral goat farming , its open slather on our environment with impunity . No one can be held accountable for en masse damage caused by feral goats yet its a $51 million per year unsustainable industry and growing .

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