Integration key to wild dog control

THERE are very few things that occur in our Australian landscapes that happen in isolation, and wild dog control is no exception.
THERE are very few things that occur in our Australian landscapes that happen in isolation, and wild dog control is no exception.
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You're all brain washed cattle so vegans can't really blame you for thinking the way you do.
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Makka -- If were up to me there would be no such thing as live export -- it is up to you
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To those who say bring it on, you will halve the R&D effort, Joe Hockey is loving the work that
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