The world’s most expensive sheep fetched nearly £368,000 ($491,322 USD) at auction in Lanark, Scotland this week.BBC reports a bidding war ensued over the six-month-old Texel ram lamb. A consortium of farmers emerged victoriously.
The previous record, set in 2009, was a measly £230,000 ($307,076 USD). Originating from a tiny island off the coast of the Netherlands, Texel
sheep regularly fetch unbelievable prices.
'World's most expensive sheep' sells for £367,500 at auction https://t.co/yJLwwXHNom
— SkyNews (@SkyNews) August 28, 2020
Does anyone else find there to be anything odd about this?
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