Surging numbers of feral dogs, pigs and cats a growing concern for NSW farmers

Calls for ‘coordinated controls that everyone sticks to’ as feral animals attack livestock

Farmers in New South Wales say a surging number of feral animals including wild dogs, pigs and cats need to be better controlled.

The NSW Farmers Association said producers were reporting increased incursions by the feral animals on to agricultural land, while deer were also expanding their territory.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/aug/03/surging-numbers-of-feral-dogs-pigs-and-cats-a-growing-concern-for-nsw-farmers

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