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A worker at Neqi slaughterhouse, the only such facility in Greenland, operating the crane on the boat en route to collect flocks that have been rounded up for slaughter at the end of summer.

Flocks are collected annually from small scale farms in the surrounding fjord, and brought to Narsaq town, home to the country’s only slaughterhouse.

The town of Narsaq, a town in southern Greenland, and the heart of the sheep farming industry. Narsaq and the Narsaq fjord (background) have a more mild climate to other areas of Greenland, and have made it home to the country’s only slaughterhouse (NEQI), the majority of the sheep farming, and increasing agriculture, as well as Greenland’s culinary school, Inuili.
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A worker at Neqi slaughterhouse, the only such facility in Greenland, operating the crane on the boat en route to collect flocks that have been rounded up for slaughter at the end of summer.<br />
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Flocks are collected annually from small scale farms in the surrounding fjord, and brought to Narsaq town, home to the country’s only slaughterhouse. <br />
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The town of Narsaq, a town in southern Greenland, and the heart of the sheep farming industry. Narsaq and the Narsaq fjord (background) have a more mild climate to other areas of Greenland, and have made it home to the country’s only slaughterhouse (NEQI), the majority of the sheep farming, and increasing agriculture, as well as Greenland’s culinary school, Inuili.