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HAY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: Roughly 40,000 Sheep are auctioned off at Elders / Landmark Saleyards October 19, 2007 in Hay New South Wales, Australia. While sheep auctions are commonplace in the spring, most of these sheep are being sold off in response to the drought that has plagued the Murray-Darling Basin of southeast Australia since the late 1990s. Many farmers reduced their stock in preparation for the predictions of no rain and long-term drought in the region. Overall the sheep population is 40% of what is was 10 years ago in the Riverina region. (Photo by Amy Toensing/ Reportage by Getty Images)..... _________________________________

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HAY, NSW, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: Roughly 40,000 Sheep are auctioned off at Elders / Landmark Saleyards October 19, 2007 in Hay New South Wales, Australia. While sheep auctions are commonplace in the spring, most of these sheep are being sold off in response to the drought that has plagued the Murray-Darling Basin of southeast Australia since the late 1990s. Many farmers reduced their stock in preparation for the predictions of no rain and long-term drought in the region. Overall the sheep population is 40% of what is was 10 years ago in the Riverina region.  (Photo by Amy Toensing/ Reportage by Getty Images)..... _________________________________<br />
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