VOTE: Should more councils adopt wild pig, dog bounties?
HUNTERS in the Somerset region will be able to cash in on feral pigs, with the local council adopting a new bounty.
Hunters will be paid $10 per scalp in a bid to cull the wild pig numbers.
Despite recommendations not to adopt the policy, Somerset Regional Councillors agreed to kick-start the project.
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Some councils offer wild dog bounties, but Somerset Regional Council is hoping it will help cull the feral animal.
Do you think more south east Queensland councils need to adopt a wild pig and dog bounty program?
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Do you think more south east Queensland councils need to adopt wild pig and dog bounties?
This poll ended on 16 December 2019.
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.