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Secure farm fencing for feral animal protection

Feral animals pose a risk to your property through direct impact on livestock and production by damaging fences.

Farmers at Wongwibinda in Armidale New South Wales high country decided it was time to stop wild dogs preventing them from running sheep and cattle on their farming properties.

Installation and regular maintenance of secure farm fencing can prevent feral animals from carrying disease onto and around your property.

Regularly inspect and mend broken fences to protect your property from feral animals.

This short video provides a practical overview of some farm biosecurity measures you can implement as part of your daily routine to minimise the risks associated with feral and wild animals and invasive weed species.

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This article was first published in The Fence magazine.

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