An interesting thing about the halal market in American is how much meat, specifically lamb, doesn’t come from America, or even Canada, but is raised, slaughtered and certified "down under" in New Zealand and Australia. The temperate climate of that region makes it perfect for the raising of livestock. Consistently mild weather allows the grasses used to feed livestock to grow eight to twelve months out of the year. Further, the wide open pastures allow for natural rotational grazing instead of the use of feedlots. As a result agriculture and livestock remain one of the regions chief exports.

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