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PMF REJECTS INHUMANE TREATMENT OF ANIMALS

The Predation Management Forum (PMF) represents the National Woolgrowers’ Association of SA (NWGA), the Red Meat Producers’ Organisation (RPO), SA Mohair Growers’ Association (SAMGA) and Wildlife Ranching SA (WRSA)

The PMF supports the responsible management of damage causing animals and rejects the inhumane treatment of animals.

Best Practices for managing predators in South Africa was developed by the PMF in support of ethical and humane methods to protect livestock and game against predators.

This declaration follows incidents of alleged brutality associated with trapping methods in the Western Cape.

 

Predasiebestuurshandleiding

PREDASIEBESTUUR HANDLEIDING NOU BESKIKBAAR

Hierdie handleiding is 'n eenstopgids om produsente te help om die roofdierprobleem op hul plase asook die beste metode om dit te bestuur, binne die raamwerk van provinsiale- en nasionale omgewing, te identifiseer. Die oplossing is om 'n verskeidenheid metodes beskibaar te hê - 'n gereedskapkis van bestuurstoerusting. Die gids is nou beskikbaar by lidorganisasies van die Predation Management Forum (PMF), naamlik die Nasionale Wolkwekersvereniging van SA (NWKV), Rooivleisprodusente organisasie (RPO), Suid-Afrikaanse Sybokhaarkwekersvereniging (SAMGA) en Wilbedryf SA (WRSA).  Afrikaanse Gids

 

PREDATION MANAGEMENT MANUAL NOW AVAILABLE

This manual is a one-stop guide to help producers identify the problem of predators on their farms, as well as the best method to manage human-wildlife conflict, within the framework of provincial and national legislation.  The solution is to have a variety of methods available - a toolbox of management tools.  The guide is now available from all the member organisations of the Predation Management forum (PMF), namely the National Woolgrowers' Association of SA (NWGA), Red Meat Producers' Organisation (RPO), SA Mohair Growers' Association (SAMGA) and Wildlife Ranching SA (WRSA).  English Manual.

Best practices for managing predation in South Africa

Livestock farmers have a constitutional right and responsibility to take care of their animals and to protect it from all potential threats such as extreme weather conditions (cold, heat, droughts, fires etc.) as well as theft and predators of course.  This framework focuses on the best ways to manage predation.  This framework focuses on the best ways to manage predation.  Livestock farmers will find this helpful in their attempt to protect their animals against predators.  English version.