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Need help with pest animals?

We provide a free service

We provide a free service

Farmers and landholders do not need to pay to register for the program and there is no fee for our members' pest control services.

You have total control

You have total control

Farmers and landholders have total control over who comes onto their property and what conditions our members must follow.

 Accredited shooters only

Accredited shooters only

SSAA members registered for this program have undertaken a shooting skill test that is equivalent to tests undertaken by professional shooters.

Covered by insurance

Covered by insurance

All SSAA members participating in this program are covered by the association's $20 million public liability and personal accident cover.

Testimonials

I have found the Farmer Assist program to be extremely helpful in controlling feral animals on our drought stricken property. I would recommend the program to other farmers.

Pat H, Longreach

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BY: SSAA    |    May 17, 2017

Farmer Assist at AVPC

Farmer Assist promoted at the 17th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference SSAA National†...
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BY: SSAA    |    May 17, 2017

SSAA National meets TSC

SSAA meets the Threatened Species Commissioner (TSC) SSAA National’s CEO Tim Bannister a ...
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BY: SSAA    |    May 17, 2017

War on Feral Cats

War on feral cats: Australia aims to cull 2 million The Sydney Morning Herald  reported t ...
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BY: SSAA    |    May 17, 2017

Farmer Assist in ACT

ABC promotes Farmer Assist as answer for deer problem ABC reporter Nick Haggarty wrote a g ...

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We have recently made some adjustments to our new website to make it more secure. You may need to refresh the homepage if the login screen looks different like the below image. You can do this by pressing Crtl-F5 or Shift-F5 depending on what browser you are using. This will then allow you to login through the correct method. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. ... See MoreSee Less

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After a huge amount of effort we are pleased to announce our new look SSAA Farmer Assist website is now live. It provides lots of information about our program and how landholders with pest animal problems can find assistance. ... See MoreSee Less

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The team from SSAA NSW is currently promoting the Farmer Assist program to delegates at the NSW Farmers conference. ... See MoreSee Less

SSAA NSW is exhibiting at the NSW Farmers Annual Conference - a perfect opportunity to promote our various programs like SSAA Farmer Assist that provide farmers & landowners with accredited SSAA membe...

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Competition closed. Congratulations to the winners who have been notified on their comment. WIN! Australian Hunter magazine is proud to be a media partner of the Brisbane SSAA Shot Expo on August 2...

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The SSAA Farmer Assist program was developed as part of SSAA National's 'Be Part of the Solution' campaign that included billboards in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Canberra, Launceston and Brisbane. We developed this program as a way for farmers to use our members for pest control activities on their properties. It good to see SSAA branches around the country taking our lead and promoting SSAA members as a tool for pest management. ... See MoreSee Less

How good does this look! SSAA Sydney's new billboard at the corner of Hume Hwy and Roberts Road, Strathfield, was installed over the weekend. This is our 3rd billboard promoting our members as 'THE S...

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SSAA National will be attending the Threatened Species Community Roundtable this week to discuss how we can help save more threatened species. ... See MoreSee Less

Kudos to volunteer shooters at Arid Recovery in South Australia who removed over 200 #FeralCats in the past year from this high-value conservation area and saved the equivalent of over 370,000 native ...

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