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It took the likes of Sydney’s Wiradjuri Raffles and the West Australian Wiradjuri Raffles at Wagga Wagga’s to find the perfect Australian lamb and it’s a far cry from the city’s usual lamb stock.

When the owners learned they would be hosting some of Asia’s finest lamb meat to open Wagga Wagga in December, they asked how the Australian product got there, before offering up some historical perspective.

“The first lamb was here in 1835,” explained Steve O’Connor, head chef. “The first Australian lamb that died in that fire was sold a year earlier by the Wiradjuri, on the advice of their butcher – they had got nothing else to sell for a lamb that was being transported in crates and packed as if it were grain”.

It was not until the arrival of Australian beef in the 1850s that the lamb industry developed into a national and international export industry in the 1930s.

“In Australia, every region of the country can tell the story of what happened when they decided to be a part of the Western world,” said O’Connor.

Wagga Wagga has been in operation for over 30 years but it has been taking pride of place with the best in the nation’s lamb industry for quite some time.

“We’ve got a strong reputation for quality,” O’Connor added. “It’s all about the animals. So the Australian style lamb really is as good as anywhere else in the world.”

It’s been a very different story for Australian Wagga Wagga’s namesake lamb.

It was in 1846 when a man named Robert Blanchard started his cattle farm near Canberra, located off the state’s south c더킹카지노oast, where a herd of sapronxheep were fed by a local woman to increase their size.

Robert’s livestock continued to improve and with each new lamb they became healthier, bigger and heavier. However, it soon began to develop a problem, with each animal coming under a different brand name. By the 1860s, Blanchard was unable to pay the costs.

“He said ‘I’m going to need the best lamb here. I can’t p카지노 사이트ay the wages. I can’t pay your people and your expenses’,” recalled O’Connor, recalling how Blanchar