Mouse poo spoiling last season’s grain
Despite mouse numbers declining during winter, farmers are beginning to see the telltale signs rodent populations are again beginning to build.
In cropping paddocks there’s been more active mice holes now than what there was 12 months ago.
Farmers are seeing last season’s grain being downgraded because of mouse contamination.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with New South Wales Farmers Vice President Xavier Martin
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