MOUSE ALERT... Paskeville farmer Sam Bussenschutt and Alford farmer Ryan Price inspect a mouse hole, as local farmers are already starting to report signs of mice this year. MOUSE ALERT... Paskeville farmer Sam Bussenschutt and Alford farmer Ryan Price inspect a mouse hole, as local farmers are already starting to report signs of mice this year.

Getting on top of mice early

FARMERS are being warned to take precautions against mice as they are again being spotted in local paddocks.

“Most clients are reporting increased mice activity around the farm and in sheds,” Kadina agronomist Chris Davey said.

“I wouldn’t say farmers are having problems with them yet, but it is a strong indicator they will pose problems again towards seeding time.”

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