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Date posted: 27 June 2014
Australia's first national plan aimed at controlling wild dogs will be launched in Armidale, New South Wales (NSW) next week.
The plan will coordinate local, regional and state wild dog management action plans and set out the best ways of eradicating the animals. Graziers, miners, Indigenous communities and conservationists will all be enlisted in the fight to eradicate the dogs.
Previous work in this area has assessed measures used to control the dogs and found ground and aerial baiting with sodium fluoroacetate to be the most cost effective.
Source: The Armidale Express