Ground Breaks on World’s Longest Wild Dog Fence

Ground Breaks on World’s Longest Wild Dog Fence

Ground has broken on construction of what when complete will be the world’s longest wild dog fence which will run along the NSW border with Queensland and South Australia. NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Minister for Agriculture and Western NSW Adam Marshall have turned the first sod on the first stage of a 742-kilometre extension of the New South Wales Border Wild Dog Fence.

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