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Drought prompts mass cattle exodus from N Queensland

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There is a mass exodus of cattle underway
in the western Queensland region, with tens of thousands of beasts being moved. The lack of a wet season has prompted graziers to de-stock, and road trains are moving through from the Northern Territory and the Barkly Tableland region. Conditions are becoming desperate. I'd say close to 100,000 cattle will be moving out of the northern part of Queensland and the Northern Territory.

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