National parks biggest stumbling block for giant cluster scheme

The Thargomindah cluster fence links with two established wild dog fences.

ANALYSIS suggests a 370km netting fence to enclose just over 2m hectares around two national parks in Bulloo shire is economically feasible. A $33,000 feasibility study by Grant Consultants, commissioned by graziers ...

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