Baladna said it would receive a further 4,000 cows from Australia and the US © Baladna
Baladna said it would receive a further 4,000 cows from Australia and the US © Baladna

Qatar’s first shipment of air-lifted cows lands

18 July 2017

Qatar has taken delivery of 165 cows that were airlifted into the Gulf state to ease a milk shortage caused by sanctions.

A spokesman for Qatari firm Power International Holding, which is importing the animals, said the first batch of cows were sourced from Germany and would be ready to produce milk immediately.

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