Summer is a valuable time to reduce fox numbers.

January 25, 2017

Fox cubs have or are being weaned and forced to make their own way in the big wild world. With limited experience, a big appetite and inquisitive natures, this is the time we see far greater animal dispersal and visitation to the chook house and other domestic locations. So whether you are a livestock farmer, environmentalist or just love your pets and poultry, now is a great time to implement a control programme to take advantage of lower available environmental protein, hungry animals and increased fox movement.

 

If you need help, contact us: projects@blackwoodbiosecurity.org.au

be involved in our March Community Fox Shoot or talk to DAFWA Biosecurity Officer James Sheehan: 0427 449 103

 

 

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What can we do for you?

 

  • Identify your Pests.

  • Work with you to consider your best control options.

  • On-site and on-farm visits.

  • Devise strategic management plans on landscape scales to include the whole community.

  • Provide access to best practice equipment, expert advice and training, subsidised chemicals and control materials.

  • Workshops, demonstrations and field days.

  • Link you to funding opportunities as they arise.

 

 
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​Telephone : 0475 774 558

Email : projects@blackwoodbiosecurity.org.au

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