What are we doing about wild dogs

John Ley’s sheep and cattle farm backs onto the Jarvis Creek Plateau Regional Park about 20km from Albury Wodonga as the crow flies.

He recently had a wild dog in his house yard. It set off alarm bells – John lost 100 sheep four years ago to a rampaging pack of dogs but when he phoned up to get someone to set traps in the Park he was told it wasn’t possible – laying a trap disturbed the soil, and disturbing the soil affected the cultural integrity of the park. His only option is to dog fence his boundaries – 30km of fences.

For a longer read … https://billtilley.com.au/2023/04/11/wild-dogs-wild-farmer/

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