There used to be a bounty on the scalp of every dingo.
Now, a recent study by the University of Adelaide has revealed that dingoes can actually deliver economic gain to cattle stations.
The report demonstrates that in optimum conditions the cattle farmers could gain up to $0.83 per hectare each year; that’s $83,000 per 100,000-hectare station – simply by dingoes' natural control of kangaroos and goats.
When there are too many herbivores on the land, the cattle will eat less pasture, grow more slowly and sell for a lower price at the market.
Obviously you wouldn’t encourage dingoes in sheep farming country.
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