Pest and Feral Animals
Council in conjunction with Biosecurity Queensland are participate in Coordinated Wild Dog and Pig Baiting Programs. Wild Dogs and Pigs can have a significant financial impact on land holders income and resources from loss of livestock, crops and attacks on domestic pets. They also impact on our environment and native fauna. Landholders have both a good neighbour and legislative responsibility to control declared pests on their land and participation in this program is an effective way to help meet this responsibility.
Please contact Council's Stock Route & Pest Officer on (07) 4189 9312 to register your interest in the next Wild Dog and Pig Baiting Program.
All participants must register their intention to conduct baiting and allow sufficient time to receive a baiting information pack and ensure all notification and administrative requirements are met prior to attending the baiting station.
Protection of Domestic and Working Dogs
Owners of domestic and working dogs are advised to restrain and or muzzle their dogs during the baiting program to minimise the risk of dogs wandering and coming into contact with poison baits.
Council in conjunction with the Bio-security Queensland are participating in a coordinated Wild Dog & Feral Pig Baiting Program. Failure to control wild dogs and feral pigs can result in livestock losses, attacks on domestic pets and the loss of native fauna. Landholders have a legislative responsibility to control declared pests on their land and participation in this program is an effective way to help meet this responsibility.
Baiting stations will be held throughout the South Burnett from the 21 to 25 May 2018. For further information and to register your intention of attending a baiting station please contact:
Council’s Stock Route and Pest Officer, Kerry Hayes on (07) 4189 9312
All participants must register their intention to conduct baiting.