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Burners

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  1. I just saw some crumpet put a video up of a piglet with rope tied to its back leg and a pup they are trying to sell jumping all over it and biting it - brain dead, what chance have we got.
  2. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-10-02/dogs-sent-to-darwin-in-response-to-african-swin-fever-pandemic/11567350
  3. I heard when this first was reported it had arrived in Timor that Darwin airport didn't have a detector dog, I did hear soon after that they were rushing a dog to Darwin, so hopefully that is the case to help catch those people out.
  4. Thanks for making the info easy to get, feels like its just a matter of time before it gets here, it will be a game changer.
  5. Welcome codydog, punch Bull Arab into the search engine, you will find lots of history there. I've only had one Arab some years ago, so can't offer much advice. You are on the right track trying to get a recommendation from people who use them, good luck.
  6. Survey done, not surprised how much I spend, a bit concerned that it does seem to rule my life.......
  7. I just replied to your other post, so thats it for my advice haha, plenty of advice here spiz from blokes who rely on their trackers, welcome to the site
  8. You've no doubt already worked it out Dylan, hunting hogs in WA is not the same as QLD. I did a lot of leg work when I was there trying to get access to properties, the only way I got on was if I did something for the farmer (in my case welding) and I hunted on my own, they didn't want car loads of blokes and dogs on there properties. Hunting in state forests was not allowed when I was there, I think this is still the case. Just my personnel experience. Good luck looking for a hunt.
  9. G'day NTmoilz, welcome to the site.
  10. Yeah I hope so Cactus. My mates Cat gets a bit too keen and has the scars to show it, he recently lost his lugger, so it'll be interesting to see if he backs off a bit on the big boars.
  11. Yep, crocs are a problem, I am trying to train the dogs to stay away from water (big ask hey), I carry a lot of water and have them drinking out of a water bottle I carry. This time of the year is the worst, we are making the most of the drying conditions and crocs may have moved into new areas over the wet, where they were not last year. It is my main concern with the dogs. I stay away from known croc spots, but they can be anywhere, I'd rather catch less pigs than lose a dog. Went out this morning with my 2 Catahoulas and a mates Cat, got a couple of small ones, my young dog Chilli has decided she wants to lug - not cool, guess I have to remind her she is a bailer....
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