The sheep consignment, which was given green signal at the time when it arrived at Pakistan, is now said to be infected. Therefore, Pakistan authorities have decided to cull as many as 21,000 sheep.
When the sheep batch was received at Bahrain, which was being sent from Fremantle, it was said that all are healthy. Further tests were taken and it was revealed that some of them are having scabby mouth disease and salmonella.
However, now it is being informed that the whole lot is having the disease and the authorities concerned will be euthanizing them. The news has raised concerns in Australia and Wellard Exporters, the company, which has shipped the order, has been making efforts to stop the Pakistan Government.
Mauro Balzarini, who is the managing director of Wellard, was of the view that they have been taking the help of the Australian Government to sort out the matter with Pakistan.
"They are from healthy Australian flocks that feed Australian and international consumers with chops and roasts on a daily basis with no risk to human health", he further asserted. If then also entire sheep are being culled then it will have a negative effect on Australia's live exports.
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