Shocking vision emerged from the mouse plague in New South Wales this year and, while the threat has plateaued in some areas, numbers are reportedly on the rise in parts of Victoria, southern NSW, southern Queensland and into South Australia.
- Australia’s mouse plague continues to affect crops, despite farmers spending months attempting to curb population growth
- Farmers are being told to stay vigilant and not bet on winter stopping the mice outbreak
- Rice growers in southern NSW are facing growing pressure from mice due to the inability to bait
Julian Cross has been battling the pests for months at his farm near Kumbia in Queensland and said a second wave of mice had emerged at Easter time.
“We’ve had a few in the past but…
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