Rabbit ( Oryctolagus Cuniculus ) Control with a Single Applicaton of 50 Ppm Brodifacoum Cereal Baits

@inproceedings{Bell2004RabbitO,
  title={Rabbit ( Oryctolagus Cuniculus ) Control with a Single Applicaton of 50 Ppm Brodifacoum Cereal Baits},
  author={Janine Bell and William D. Ross},
  year={2004}
}
The relationships between an index of rabbit density (number spotlighted), bait application rate and control effectiveness of a single application of a highly acceptable cereal bait (1250 baits/kg), containing 50 ppm brodifacoum, were investigated. The impact of this control on non-target species was also evaluated. Bait application rates >500 baits per spotlighted rabbit killed 97-100%, while rates averaging <300 baits/rabbit killed <65%. Provided application rates did not exceed about 800… CONTINUE READING

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