Baiting demand on the rise

By Sally Cripps
Updated December 21 2015 - 10:12am, first published May 23 2013 - 4:00am
Aerial baiting operator Alan MacDonald has a large range of mapping technology at his fingertips as he puts baits out, including previous flight paths, so that he can deliver meat according to instructions (INSET).
Aerial baiting operator Alan MacDonald has a large range of mapping technology at his fingertips as he puts baits out, including previous flight paths, so that he can deliver meat according to instructions (INSET).

CHARLEVILLE-based aerial baiting operator Alan MacDonald hopes to "do himself out of a job" - but that seems unlikely at the moment.

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