Fence gap causes wild dog woes

By Aidan Smith
Updated October 29 2019 - 10:56am, first published October 28 2019 - 10:00pm
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development confirmed that an 11km section of fence south of Yalgoo was removed and not replaced for six days. Landowners are concerned how many dogs may have penetrated the area in that time.

SHEEP and goat producers in the Morawa area are ropeable after an 11 kilometre stretch of the State Barrier Fence (SBF) was removed by government funded contractors, leaving a gaping hole for wild dogs to run wild on their properties.

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