Wolf taking down a sheep on Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada on May 27th 2016. A rare incredible sighting that we were fortunate enough to catch on camera. (sorry for the video quality the video was taken on iPhone camera)
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Today more than half the beef and livestock we produce is exported and part of the livestock exports success is driven by the growth of the cattle trade. Australia exports close to 1 million cattle a year contributing to an overall livestock export industry worth over 1 billion dollars annually. The welfare of the cattle exports is a big focus in the industry and Australia sets the global benchmark for animal welfare. Proof that todays livestock exporting practices maintaining a high level of animal welfare is in numbers with 99.9% of cattle arriving at their destination fit and healthy. http://www.liveexportcare.com.au/