Border and North East farmers baiting to keep mice at bay, but no plague just yet

By Telden Nelson
April 16 2021 - 5:30pm
BIG PROBLEM: Rand farmer Roy Hamilton says mice have slowed down around the house and sheds but there is still an extremely strong presence in the paddocks. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

As a mice plague continues to rip its way through western NSW, Border and North East farmers are preparing to control populations on their own properties.

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