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Revolutionary Wool Harvesting Takes Off

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June 26, 1998
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Australian scientists have developed a biological way to shear sheep.

Australian science and industry have notched up another world first with the commercialisation of a wool harvesting process without the use of a mechanical handpiece, according to an announcement today by the Minister for Industry, Science and Tourism, John Moore.


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