Wild dog attacks increase

By Carla Wiese-Smith
Updated December 18 2015 - 12:27pm, first published October 18 2013 - 4:00am
CONTROL POINT: Many properties in SA no longer run sheep inside the dog fence, resulting an a lack of incentive for high-level controls.
CONTROL POINT: Many properties in SA no longer run sheep inside the dog fence, resulting an a lack of incentive for high-level controls.

PLANS to form a South Australian Wild Dog Advisory Group are underway, triggered by the need to combat the high dog numbers that are hurting pastoral livestock industries in the state.

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