Farmer just north of Narrogin is happy with the fox management after 18 foxes were removed from his lambing paddocks over 6 nights on their 2000 acre property. All foxes were taken out using a rifle fitted with night vision scope equipment. This fox management strategy of not using visible light, ensures minimal disturbance to the flock while lambing is taking place. It is most important that the lamb to ewe bonding take place immediately after birth. Separation due to predator interference leads to a high mortality rate on the lambs.