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Wild dogs or fertility diseases?

A NEW STUDY published by the CSIRO has revealed dingoes and wild dogs kill and harm calves, even in better than average seasons.

Kristy Moroney
Wild dogs or fertility diseases?

The study Dingo baiting did not reduce fetal/calf loss in beef cattle in northern South Australia was conducted over a two-to-four-year period and collected data in arid northern South Australia.  The...

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