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Feral Pig Strategy launched in Western Australia

The Western Australian government has stepped up its efforts to control feral pigs announcing almost $300,000 for community-led projects.

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 Feral pig control efforts have been boosted in WA. Image courtesy PestSmart.

Feral pig control efforts have been boosted in WA. Image courtesy PestSmart.

The government funding is part of the state's Feral Pig Strategy which aims to help minimise the damage caused by feral pigs to native plants, animals and agriculture. Feral pigs also pose a huge threat...

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