Working dogs are the backbone of many livestock businesses so it makes sense, they are producers’ top priority when planning feral predator control programs. Understanding this, the National Wild Dog […]
The National Wild Dog Action Plan, Australia’s blueprint for wild dog management, has added significant value to agriculture and communities through increasing confidence, leadership, capability and investment in wild dog […]
Agriculture Victoria is seeking help from public land managers and feral pig controllers for a research project. The project will focus on determining the population structure and disease status of […]
Meet Michael. Michael Schrag is AgForce’s newest Wild Dog Coordinator, dedicated to working with the rural communities in Queensland’s central west. As a Blackall local and an accomplished stockperson, fencing […]
Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) helps to facilitate veterinary and animal education programs in communities across Australia. Over the past 18 months they have seen a […]
July 2019 The $25 million project to repair South Australia’s ailing dog fence and restore pastoralists faith in their future is underway. This collaborative effort by Federal and State governments as […]
Article submitted by Tiffany Inglis, Project Officer – Biodiversity Response Planning, Parks Victoria On Lindsay Island, formed by anabranches in the Murray River, a new approach to feral pig control […]
The Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP) 2008-2012 was funded by the Australian Government and was concluded in June 2013. APARP funded research projects that developed and promoted improved management and monitoring of agricultural pest animals. Project reports are available from this page.