Inspector alleges sheep unable to lie down without being trampled but federal department of agriculture says conditions comply with Australian standards
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The federal department of agriculture says a live export ship that departed Fremantle with 75,000 sheep on board has complied with Australian standards, despite the Western Australian government describing conditions on board as “serious cause for concern”.

An inspector from the WA department of agriculture inspected the Livestock Shipping Services (LSS) ship Maysora on 11 April, shortly before it left Fremantle bound for Turkey.

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