Virtual fences a farming 'game-changer'

By Sam McKeith
Updated October 21 2022 - 4:53pm, first published 4:50pm
"Virtual" stock fencing is banned in NSW due to animal cruelty concerns. (Maria Zsoldos/AAP PHOTOS)
"Virtual" stock fencing is banned in NSW due to animal cruelty concerns. (Maria Zsoldos/AAP PHOTOS)

Farmers struggling after years of drought and floods could save millions of dollars in farm costs if NSW allowed controversial virtual fences to be set up on rural properties, a state MP says.

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