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Long considered a pest by farmers, the humble goat is changing the face of Australian agriculture.

Now known as rangeland goats, pastoralists and communities alike are quickly turning a profit as the global demand for goat meat continues to rise.

Wilcannia, a small town in North Western New South Wales has taken to goat farming, hoping to provide a massive economic boost for the community.

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