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Report No. 13

Feral Pigs: Pest Status and Prospects for Control - Proceedings of a Feral Pig Workshop held at James Cook University, Cairns, March 1999

Workshop Proceedings
Edited by Chris M. Johnson

Feral pigs pose ecological, economic, aesthetic, medical and veterinary threats, actual or potential, in north Queensland, and their management creates tension between the community and government.

This workshop was convened to bring together contributors and participants representing a range of issues relating to feral pig management in the region. This report contains the presentations that were given at the Workshop following a review to incorporate workshop findings.

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