The definition of lamb is changing in Australia – from 1 July 2019.
The old definition of lamb was ‘A female, castrate or entire male that has 0 permanent incisor teeth’.
The new definition from 1st July is ‘an ovine animal that:
This means a lamb is able to cut one or both of its permanent central incisor teeth, as long as they are not in wear.
Full details here.
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