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Marrakech sold for Rs 15 lakh at auction

On Wednesday, the goat was put up for sale in Cobar, a town in western New South Wales, where the highest bid was $ 21,000 or 15 15 million. Earlier, the most expensive goat in Australia was priced at 12 12,000. Andrew Mosley, who paid such a hefty price for the goat, said that Andrew Mosley, who bought the goat, said that it was a very stylish reindeer, and that it was very well kept. Its movement is very good. It’s not too big. But it is well developed

Mosle is fond of buying good goats

Mosle is fond of buying good goats

Last month, a goat named Brock sold for ,000 12,000. Prior to Marrakech, Andrew Mosley bought another goat for 9000 last year. According to ABC News, Moselle raises sheep, cattle as well as goats, and has built a fence to protect his herd from wild animals.

Why is Marrakech so expensive?

Why is Marrakech so expensive?

Mosle said goats like the Marrakesh are expensive because their numbers are so small. He said that the farmers of this area wanted to raise good quality goats so that the demand for meat could be met. Marrakech was raised in the Rungland Red Stud in Guduga, near the Queensland border. There were 17 of them at the time of sale of cobras and these goats grow very fast and mature quickly. Mosle said that the large size of the goat’s body does not mean that its quality will be good. However, she bought Marrakech because she looks very healthy and can produce good quality babies. Mosley said the goats have not yet been well fed to cope with the dire situation in western New South Wales. Andrew’s wife Megan said on her Facebook page Etiwanda Property that the goats we have raised have been great for us. Etiwanda is located about 80 km south of Kobar and is commonly used for raising sheep and cattle.

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