Kaladbro Station

The rise of intensive sheep feedlots

Kaladbro Station is an indoor intensive finishing feedlot for sheep, located in western Victoria near the South Australian border. With 8000 sheep packed tightly together, many were found in poor physical condition. The facility is owned by Thomas Brinkworth, one of Australia's wealthiest landowners, who has previously been convicted of illegal land-clearing and charged with over 100 counts of animal cruelty for allowing cattle to starve.

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