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Feral herbivore control at Mount Zero-Taravale
There are no significant populations of feral herbivores on Mount Zero-Taravale.
Feral horses, cattle and donkeys are maintained at very low densities by shooting and mustering, as required. Additional boundary fencing will be undertaken to reduce future incursions of neighbouring stock.
Feral pigs are the focus of feral herbivore control including shooting and trapping. In 2014, 17 pigs were removed.