Jul 22, 2011
What do a textile worker in North Carolina, a Lance Corporal in Iraq, a young father from Peru, and a restaurateur in New York have in common? Easy. Theyre all part of the thousands of workers in the United States that owe their livelihoods and sometimes their lives to Americas sheep industry.

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