Aussie Ark is returning Barrington Tops to its original state prior to European settlement with innovative Waratah Fencing.
This is on top of $15 million already announced to build dog fences and control weeds.
Feral animals pose a risk to your property through direct impact on livestock and production by damaging fences.
All fishers – commercial, recreation and charter – along with other boat and water users are being reminded to keep an eye out and report any suspicious aquatic pests including Asian Paddle Crab while fishing over the summer months.
The National Farmers’ Federation has called on governments to act immediately to control Australia’s 24 million-strong feral pig population.
It is believed that there are between 13 million and 23 million feral pigs spread across VIC, NSW, QLD and Northern Australia.
The $25 million project to repair South Australia’s ailing dog fence and restore pastoralists faith in their future is underway.
Exclusion fence cluster for protection from wild dogs near Armidale New South Wales.
Over the past year, Western Local Land Services and a number of its stakeholders have partnered to tackle the ongoing threat that introduced rabbits pose to the values of the Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area and at the same time, reduce the impact that rabbits have on primary production in the Western region.
The WA Government will invest $500,000 in five research projects that examine new and effective ways to reduce wild dog impacts on farming and pastoral businesses in Western Australia.