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Animal production and livestock

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The major aim of the trial was to assess the effectiveness of permanent trapyards as a system for managing total grazing pressure. Permanent trapyards potentially offer a cost-effective system of controlling domestic stock, feral goats and kangaroos.


Pimbee Station (W.A.), Wild goats, Range management, Sheep, Kangaroos, Vertebrate pests, Yards, Grazing, Traps, Grazing intensity, Control methods, Rangelands, Western Australia, Carnarvon region (W.A.)


Agriculture | Animal Studies | Sheep and Goat Science

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