The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) is evaluating the cost-benefits of cluster fences in order to advise future investment. Benefits are anticipated as producers get on top of their pest problems, pastures respond to reduced grazing by pests and livestock...
Background The seven existing Collaborative Area Management or ‘cluster’ groups  were formed as part of a South West NRM (SWNRM), QLD state government funded initiative. These groups of landmanagers came together and formed associations, allowing them to...
The sheep industry in central western Queensland is at a crossroad at the moment, the industry is shrinking throughout the region while Australia wide economic conditions and sheep indicate the possibility and reality of industry growth. Wild dog predation is seen by...
The use of new technology for water point monitoring.  Through the federal government CFOC programme, South West NRM are currently running a trial aimed at reducing the time that it takes to monitor watering points and storage using remote telemetry cameras that...
Wild dogs are a significant pest animal in Australia. They are widespread in Queensland, the Northern Territory and much of Western Australia and South Australia, as well as being present in parts of New South Wales and Victoria. Wild dogs are known to have a significant...
This a the abstracts from the presentations at the Carp Management Forum  Held June 2012 in Melbourne    
The 41 partners in the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre are proud to promote the forthcoming products developed or registered throughout their seven year funding life (2005-2012). All products have been developed with animal welfare, price, useability, target...
This factsheet is for general information purposes and is not legal advice. Important legal details have been omitted to provide a brief overview of this area of the law. If you require legal advice relating to your particular circumstances you should contact the EDO or your...
Report based on a study tour of sites near Bollon, Cunnamulla, Eulo, Toompine, Quilpie, and Mitchell 6–9 June 1994 A. J. Koch, Drought and Rural Development, DPI; W. J. Bryant, J. G. Herbert, A. D. Muller, and H. J. Gray Resource Management, DNR (South Region)...
In the past year, our team of scientists has continued to make significant progress in delivering innovative, quality research for improved management of Queensland’s weeds and pest animals. Key achievements from our four research programs are outlined
The impacts of introduced predators including wild dogs, the European Red Fox and the feral cat cost the Australian community in excess of 60 million dollars annually through stock losses and control programmes. These figures however don’t take into account the emotional...

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