Successful long-term management of pest animals relies on cooperation with neighbours and the coordination of control activities.
Some chemical and physical control techniques can be hazardous to people, stock and property, and current legislation enforces strict guidelines for their use. In choosing a control option, landowners may need to seek advice from their local government or Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) Land Protection Officer.
Control activities promoted by the DPI&F comply with the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001.
|Author||Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, QLD|
|Control method||Poison / Toxin|