Keva Gocher from ABC South East New South Wales has done an excellent job compiling stories she has done on wild dogs. Her page wild dog killing spree shows some of the emotional as well as the economic strain.
Keva most recent interview shows one of the problems that should be most simply fixed: the expensive and time consuming need for farmers to undergo Chemcert chemical use training to undertake baiting. They have to pay $300 and take the time to do a training program that doesn't even address baiting - they come away will more knowledge about boom spraying!
Posted by Tony Peacock, founder of 'Feral Thoughts''