Research Report: Exclusion fencing fighting ferals

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 … Read more

Wild dog exclusion fencing: a practical guide

Well designed and constructed exclusion fences have been very effective at preventing wild dogs from entering properties or ‘clusters’ of properties, resulting in increased on-farm productivity and the ability for producers to run sheep without the stress of worrying about attacks. Having the capacity to keep dogs out of a property or properties, and get … Read more

Sheep and Wool Challenge Competition 2017

The Sheep and Wool Challenge is on, so it’s time to get your creative juices flowing! We want you to create a short, entertaining video showing a solution to a Queensland sheep and wool industry issue. Click here to view the flyer. What is it? The Sheep and Wool Challenge was designed to showcase innovative … Read more