Locals aren't happy about the plan to re-introduce Dingos into the Grampians.
It’s been proposed to help manage kangaroo and wallaby species.
John and Ronda Crawford own a farm between Cavendish and Dunkeld, adjacent to the National park.
Ms Crawford says it poses a major threat to local farmer's livestock.
“Well it’s a huge threat, I think it’s just ludicrous, all predators pray on the easiest thing they can catch and that’s not going to be Kangaroos or Wallabies it will be sheep or calfs in the paddock.”
She's about to set up a change.org petition that will be placed in businesses across in the area for people to sign.
“Our sheep stud’s been going for over 180 years, we want it to continue with it … and what future is if half of your lambs are going to get eaten or livestock killed.”