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Free Bait Injection Service

Free Bait Injection Service

The Living Flinders initiative from Natural Resources Northern and Yorke is offering a  for the Mid North and Flinders Communities. 

What’s involved?

NRM Authorised Officers will be on site to inject meat baits. Drying racks will be set up at each of the locations and we ask you to bring along your own meat to be injected on the day. It is preferred that the meat is semi-dried (the meat needs to have a slight ‘skin’ so that it can retain the 1080). If you are unable to access meat but would like to be involved with the program, please contact the Rack Co-ordinator.
Depending on weather and drying conditions, baits will need to remain on the rack for a short period after needling to allow sufficient drying. Following paperwork, baits are bagged, labelled and ready to be taken home in a suitable closed container (provided by landholder.) Poison labels will be supplied by NRM staff and all relevant paperwork associated with poison baits will be completed on site. Participants are asked to RSVP to the rack co-ordinator prior to the needling date to ensure enough poison is prepared.


Contact details:
Rack Coordinator: Perri Hendriks, 0447 455 384, Perri.Hendriks@sa.gov.au
NRM Authorised Officer: Kevin Smith, 0427 799 912, Kevin.Smith@sa.gov.au

See below for more details.
 Free Bait Injection Service(642 kb)
PO Box 94
Melrose SA 5483
Tel: 08 8666 2014| Fax: 08 8666 2169