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Farmers and land owners have a large number of tasks and responsibilities to maintain their properties. 


One of these is to take all necessary measures to control feral pest animals on their property.  The Local Land Services Act 2013, states that all land managers in NSW, whether on public or private land have an obligation under the Act to control declared pest species on their land.


Whilst our native fauna is an essential and valued part of our environment, introduced species are not.  Introduced species have damaged the environment and the economy on a large scale.


Damage can range from crops, livestock, buildings, biodiversity and create disease and danger for people. 


Controlling these risks presents a challenge, both in practical terms and productive use of manpower.  Not everyone one the land has the time or necessary skills to do an effective job.

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 The Local Land Services Act 2013, states that all land managers in NSW, whether on public or private land have an obligation under the Act to control declared pest species on their land. 

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