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Feral pig control ‘needs every tool we can get’ | Queensland Country Life

Traprock country grazier Alan Forrest says feral pigs populations can only be effectively controlled if landholders have access to tools including yellow phosphorus and 1080 poisons.

TRAPROCK country grazier Alan Forrest, Logancrail, Cement Mills, says rural Queensland needs every feral animal control tool it can get, if the destructive pests are to be kept under control.

Reacting to the Queensland Government’s announcement it was planning to ban the feral pig poison yellow phosphorus, Mr Forrest said a critical management tool was set to be removed just as feral animal numbers were…

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