North Burnett Regional Council is conducting a coordinated Wild Dog and Feral Pig Baiting Control Program. Please note, to take advantage of this baiting program all participants must pre-register with Council before close of business on Thursday 27 April 2023.
|Tuesday 2 May 2023||Mundubbera||Treatment Plant Road – stockpile area|
|Wednesday 3 May 2023||Eidsvold||Redbank/Eidsvold-Theodore Road corner|
|Thursday 4 May 2023||Monto||Langs Road gravel pit|
|Friday 5 May 2023||Biggenden||Bull Pen – Isis Highway|
|Tuesday 9 May 2023||Gayndah||Brian Pastures Road|
|Wednesday 10 May 2023||Gayndah||Mount Perry-Taylors Road corner|
The following conditions must be adhered to:
- Landholders must bring their rates notice to the baiting centre
- Baits must not be placed closer than 3 km distance from a town
- Landholders are required to supply their own meat (cut to size)
- Wild Dog meat baits are 250g
- Feral Pig baits are 500g
Meat must not be frozen or contain fat, bone or fur.
- All participants must bring sealed and labelled containers to carry the baits.
- Notification should be given in writing/email/phone call and must be given to all adjoining landholders at least 72 hours in advance.
- A record of the notifications must be kept and presented to the Land Protection Officer (LPO) on the day.
- An “Authority to Sign” form is required if you intend to pick up baits on behalf of properties owned by different landholders.
Landholders that do not comply with these conditions will NOT have their intended meat baits injected with 1080. All conditions must be adhered to as per S7 Departmental Standard – (Dealing with Restricted S7 poison invasive animal control).
If you wish to bait at a different time in the program, or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact NBRC’s Environment Admin, by contacting 1300 696 272 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1300 696 272 | email@example.com