The traditional approach to fencing has been containment, but a growing number of farmers, frustrated by stock losses or reduced grazing capacity, are turning to exclusion, or feral fencing. Many exclusion fencing designs were pioneered in Queensland, and are attracting keen interest from farmers in other states with their own feral animal issues. For this reason, Kondinin Group engineers Ben White and Josh Giumelli travelled through south western Queensland, inspecting several fences and talking to the farmers who built them.
For more information refer to the 14-page Kondinin Group Research Report No. 288: Exclusion Fencing, Fighting Ferals (PDF 4MB). This report was published in January 2016.