Mark McGowan says that if the farming lobby has any concerns, it should take this up with Canberra

The Western Australia premier, Mark McGowan, says farmers in the state concerned about the decision to suspend the licence of Australia’s largest sheep exporter should “take it up with the federal government”.

The federal agriculture department announced on Friday it had suspended the live export licence of Perth-based Emanuel Exports pending the outcome of a review into the company’s response to a show cause notice, issued as part of a broader investigation into its animal welfare record.

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