Pest control freeze threatens biosecurity.


Farmers are warning the New South Wales government to urgently resume pest management control on public land or risk major biosecurity risks.

Feral animal shooting has been paused in National Parks for the past six weeks following reports of a cull being carried out near park users.

Rural editor Sophie Clarke caught up with New South Wales Farmers chief executive Peter Arkle to hear about the potential repercussions the freeze could have.

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