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New Zealand's sheep vanish, overtaken by more profitable dairy cows

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BAA-D TIMES: Huge tracts of flatland once used for sheep farming have been converted to dairy pastures.

New York

ONCE upon a time there were 20 sheep to every Kiwi. Now it's more like seven to every New Zealander. Blame cows, which are now bringing homeĀ the bacon.

Huge tracts of flatland once used for sheep farming were converted to dairy pastures as the global priceĀ for butter and

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