PIGOUT® baits for feral pig control

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Steve Lapidge is a Program Leader with the Invasive Animals CRC. In this video, Steve discusses and demonstrates the use of the PIGOUT® 1080 bait for feral pig control. Aspects such as bait station design and site selection, pre-feeding and toxic baiting are covered.

Pigs arrived in Australia with the First Fleet and today feral populations inhabit around 40% of Australia.Feral pigs cause agricultural damage through predation of newborn lambs, reduction in crop yields, damage to fences and water sources, and competition with stock for feed by consuming or damaging pasture. They also are considered a major threat to stock as a potential carrier of exotic diseases, with the major concern being their role as a reservoir for Foot-And-Mouth Disease should it ever become established in Australia or New Zealand.

Series title: PestSmart video
Author: Invasive Animals CRC
Year: 2012
Publisher: Invasive Animals CRC
Control method: 1080 (sodium monofluoroacetate)
Region: Australia - national
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