Mulesing

Mulesing involves the removal of strips of wool-bearing skin from around the breech (buttocks) of a sheep to prevent flystrike (myiasis). The wool around the buttocks can retain feces and urine, so tissue that regrows in the place of the removed skin is less likely to attract flies. Mulesing is a common practice in Australia as a way to reduce the...
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Mulesing

a practice in Australia of cutting off wrinkles from the crutch area of Merinos, to prevent fly strike. Controversial, and illegal in some parts of the world. Named after a Mr Mules.
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mulesing

process of cutting the wrinkles of the crotch area to prevent fly strike. Not a common practice in the U.S.
Found on http://premierfarmdiary.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/glossary.html
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