FARMERS in the North East are now able to bait for wild dogs outside their properties.
But they are restricted to a three-kilometre buffer zone adjoining their farms.
The member for Benalla and parliamentary secretary for wild dogs, Bill Sykes, said yesterday he wanted to clarify new guidelines that have come into force.
Baiting can be done in the buffer zone on Crown land adjoining private property.
This new provision is subject to basic requirements such as holding an agricultural chemical users permit.
Dr Sykes said dog control baiting beyond the three-kilometre buffer will be left to Department of Primary Industries dogmen.
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