Agriculture is essential to produce food and fibre. Extensive livestock grazing occurs across Australia, often in areas where dingoes live. Within these shared landscapes tensions can occur between grazing communities and predatory wildlife such as dingoes. One concern for graziers is how to keep livestock safe in an economically and environmentally viable way. To mitigate losses, many local dingo management plans aim to reduce or exterminate dingoes, yet this has detrimental ecological and social costs and can be counterproductive as a mitigation measure.

This guide aims to increase producers’ skills, knowledge and confidence to adopt tools and practices that are part of a wider movement towards sustainable and high welfare animal agriculture.


Read the guide here

Australian disaster response team dispatched to Türkiye to continue animal rescues Living with dingoes