Money for trapping wild dogs

THE state government will provide two full-time equivalent dog trappers to protect South Australia’s livestock industry.

The government will also invest $200,000 into a major wild dog baiting program.

The program will provide landholders with more than 100,000 manufactured and fresh meat baits in pastoral areas, in addition to the 180,000 baits supplied through the Biteback program this year.

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