New Bourke goatworks to kick into gear next week

5 Storewoman-cleaner Lorraine Viles and kill floor manager Grant Hawkins sweep the path to the abattoir's main entrance.

CHARLEVILLE’S Western Meat Exporters faces a gleaming new competitor. The 22-year-old plant, the first in Australia to specialise in goats, is about to be usurped by the $60 million Darling River Meats factory, the biggest, most-modern goat abattoir in the world.

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