Recent comments by: The Blunt Bushman

Agribusiness

If pastorals were fair dink-um about wild dogs there would be a ban on ownership of dogs north and east of the emu proof fence after all these dogs are not all dingo, some of you have yourselves to blame. Cell fencing will directly impact on kangaroos and emus migrating, especially in times of drought. If not they will be shot voiding these areas of these species. I question the self-centred thinking of a few otherwise known as back packer station owners who can't afford the lifestyle they pursue. With this sort of attitude you don't deserve to live there. It’s not farm land its bush land.

General

We all know this is just political rhetoric verses a Liberal Federal government and a Labor State Minister sadly lacking any real opposition from State Parliament.
Yet the Labor Minister Alannah MacTiernan has recently this year implemented the carbon farming con in pastoral bush land and subsidised cell fencing, which are both more about kangaroo exclusion fencing rather than carbon farming or wild dog control and continues to spend millions in these pastoral areas that heavily relies on live exports for sheep and goats.
Go figure on the reasoning of that agenda or the future.

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