The farmer would then be able to retrieve the affected sheep from the field and get it the necessary medical attention. The Sydney Morning Herald. Robinson says that if they are able to train the system well enough, a camera could be positioned at a water trough or other place where sheep congregate, and the system would be able to recognise any sheep which were in pain. Tilt your head to the side. Rachel Clun is a reporter at the Sydney Morning Herald. Department deny EID move is linked to food safety audit.
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Apply your favourite lippie. New research shows how to tell from their face. Ain't no time for serious poses. Hold the camera up high like you're at Big Day Out in and make sure you're the smallest person in the shot bend your knees if necessary. According to the SPFES, when a sheep is in pain, there are five main things which happen to their faces: