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Rabbits can have significant impacts on agricultural producers in southern Queensland. The Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board (DDMRB) is a State Government agency responsible for the maintenance of 555 km of rabbit-proof fence running from Mt Gipps to Goombi. The fence protects agricultural land in southern Queensland from the northern migration of rabbits and is complemented by the DDMRB’s monitoring, enforcement, and education activities in the protected area.

The DDMRB and Fence is being reviewed to understand how these initiatives should best be funded. To support this, Synergies Economic Consulting (Synergies) is surveying agricultural and livestock producers in southern Queensland to understand the role that the DDMRB and Fence plays in controlling rabbits and the benefits that are delivered to landholders and the community more broadly. If you are not an agricultural or livestock producer, please do not complete this survey.

The survey should take around 5 minutes to complete. There is also an opportunity to provide additional comments on the DDMRB and Fence at the end of the survey. All survey responses are anonymous and will be non-identifiable.

This survey is being delivered on behalf of the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) and the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.
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