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  1. Last Updated: 30th August, 2020 13:45 IST World's Most Expensive Sheep Sold For £367,500 At An Auction In Scotland A Texel lamb became the world’s most expensive sheep after it was sold for £367,500 at an auction in Scotland. The sheep is called Double Diamond. Written By Akanksha Arora A Texel lamb became the world’s most expensive sheep after it was sold for £367,500 at an auction in Scotland. Reports by Texel Sheep Society suggest that the sheep is called Double Diamond and was sold to 3 farmers at the Scottish National Texel Sale in Lanark on August 27. The bidding started at £10,500 and soon it turned into a fierce battle between different consortiums. World's most expensive sheep Jeff Aiken, who is one of the 3 buyers reportedly said that something special always turns up every once in a while and this time it was this Texel. He added that everyone wanted a part of it. Texels are a rare breed that comes from the small island of Texel, according to reports by Texel Sheep Society. The sheep was sold by Charlie Boden from his Sportsmans flock in Cheshire. Aiked had already partnered with another breeder to bid together for the rare Texel. However, when the demand for the Texel increased with a surge in price, that is when a third breeder joined in. Talking about the sheep, Aiken reportedly said that he is an outstanding animal with all the best genetics. He added that 7 to 8 people wanted him really badly and that led to the increase in price. Texels usually sell for five-figure sums. The previous record for a sheep sold at the auction is £230,000. It was set in the year 2009. In a recent developemnt, a few days back, thousands of sheep from Sudan that were found to have not have followed quarantine procedures while transporting them was sent back from Saudi Arabia and as a result many have died due to hunger and thirst. According to reports from a global media, 3,000 out of 58,000 sheep returned by Saudi Arabia died in the absence of food and water while others drowned during the journey.
  2. Oi, speak for yourself, I resemble that remark! 😉
  3. Interested as to why this thread is titled "Thai ban on International/American travel to Thailand". Surely "Thai ban on International travel to Thailand" would have sufficed, as presumably all travel from other countries is international?
  4. Just checked the recent traffic and 84 of the last 100 posts are in the USA Thread and that doesn't mean that 16 were about Thailand because only 8 were. I guess anyone thinking of joining Thai360 would take a look and realise that it's not about Thailand and just move on! Sad. Is it really worth keeping going when 84% of the traffic is 3 or 4 guys having pointless arguments about USA politics?!
  5. His donation page closed at midnight on Thursday at the end of his birthday, totalling £32,794,701 from more than 1.5m supporters. That's about Baht 1.3 billion.
  6. I would be very surprised if he doesn't. Over £23 million now!
  7. £20 million and counting!!!
  8. £14 million and counting!! 😲
  9. Coronavirus: Captain Tom Moore raises more than £9m for NHS This guy, who will be 100 years old on the 30th April, set out to raise £1,000 (Baht 41,000) for the NHS by completing 100 laps of his Bedfordshire garden, with the help of a walking frame, by tomorrow. As of now he has raised more than £9 million (Baht 370 million) !!!!! 😲😮😃😁
  10. Coronavirus: NZ health minister breaks lockdown at beach 1 hour ago Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic Image copyright Getty Images New Zealand's health minister has called himself an "idiot" after breaking the country's lockdown by driving his family to the beach. David Clark admitted the 12-mile (20km) drive was "a clear breach of the lockdown principles". He offered his resignation to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but kept his job because of the ongoing crisis. But he has been been demoted in cabinet rankings and also lost a secondary position of associate finance minister. On Sunday, Scotland's chief medical officer resigned for making two trips to her second home during the lockdown.
  11. I have got no idea why anyone would pay £130 for a bottle of blended whisky, no matter what colour the label is! I can get 3 quality single malts for that price, including my favourite Caol Ila 12 yo, and probably still have some change!
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