Why pet food could hold the answer to Jack Carmody’s feral camel problem

Jack Carmody might finally have a solution to his camel problem.

Close to 800 wild camels are culled every year on his family-run cattle station, Prenti Downs, about 1,200 kilometres north-east of Perth.

Now, thanks to a new partnership with a company in the state’s south-west, meat from the notorious pests is being trucked to Albany and turned into pet food.

“We hate to see waste,” Mr Carmody said.

Jack Carmody thinks Prenti Downs could provide about 140 tonnes of camel meat a year.()

“It’s too good of an opportunity not to take, as opposed to the…

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