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WAFarmers commends WA Agriculture Minister Alannah MacTiernan in the progression of allocating all funds for the Western Australian wild dog action plan.

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Western Local Land Services has worked with landholders and stakeholders including the Yetta Dhinnakkal Correctional Centre to protect several major Aboriginal burial and camp sites on “Templestowe Station”.

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Thursday, 26 October 2017 14:07

Wild dog fence funding boost for Murchison

The WA Government will invest $550,000 towards the construction of a vermin fence in the Murchison region as part of its ongoing commitment to action on wild dogs.

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Wednesday, 04 October 2017 10:27

Positive results for Cogoon Cluster

South West producers Tim and Jo Caskey are already reaping the benefits of the ‘Cogoon Cluster’ exclusion fence, with 3,200 hectares (7,900 acres) of land on their mixed enterprise re-opened for use in grazing goats.

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Tuesday, 12 September 2017 16:34

Significant investment in wild dog action

The WA Government will invest a record $18.6 million in wild dog activities across the State over four years to help support jobs in the pastoral industry.

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Sunday, 10 September 2017 17:41

EOI: Temporary Fencing Liquidation

Under Instructions from Mr Timothy Clifton and Mr Simon Miller of CliftonHall Joint & Several Liquidators of Visible Temporary Fencing Australia Pty Ltd & associated entities (in Liquidation) 

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Friday, 01 September 2017 10:39

Steel over hardwood for Whelans Run

After a bushfire tore through Whelans Run, property manager Trent Howell noticed the only surviving fences were made out of steel, and the hardwood posts had perished.

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Friday, 18 August 2017 13:47

Scientists assess feral controls

Invasive species are set for the chop and wetlands feeding into the Great Barrier Reef will benefit as James Cook University partners with a nationwide environmental organisation.

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Thursday, 17 August 2017 10:16

100 per cent exclusion at ‘Cooinda’

The strategic construction of an exclusion fence has allowed a southern Queensland sheep producer to reclaim parts of his property from wild dogs and return it to productive and profitable sheep grazing land.

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Thursday, 27 July 2017 09:22

Road safety prompts fence re-think

The safety of both the public and livestock came to the forefront of Kalgoorlie producer Justin Stevens’ operation when he lost thousands of dollars’ worth of cattle due to substandard fencing.

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