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Concerns raised over the rising costs of mulesing

Joely Mitchell
Cassandra Langley
Updated April 15 2021 - 12:16am, first published August 3 2020 - 3:00pm
CONCERNS: Digger's Mobile Crutching owner Michael Dignan is worried farmers might not carry out mulesing due to increased costs. Picture: PETER PICKERING
CONCERNS: Digger's Mobile Crutching owner Michael Dignan is worried farmers might not carry out mulesing due to increased costs. Picture: PETER PICKERING

A Callawadda sheep crutcher has raised concerns farmers might forego mulesing due to increased costs in the wake of the new Victorian laws that mandate the use of pain relief.

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Joely Mitchell

Joely Mitchell

Stock & Land editor

Joely started her career at Stock & Land as a cadet journalist in 2016. She is now the editor of the paper.

Cassandra Langley

Rural and regional story-telling is where my passion lies. Email: cassandra.langley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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