Dramatic jump in region’s lamb production linked to construction of thousands of kilometres of fencing to protect sheep from attacks

A fence-building spree to keep out wild dogs has created a booming birth rate for lambs in western Queensland.

The premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, linked a dramatic jump in the region’s lamb production over the last two years to the government-funded construction of thousands of kilometres of fencing to protect sheep from attacks.

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