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We know that introduced predators (rats, mice, possums, stoats, ferrets and weasels) create havoc on farms.

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They eat crops, spread diseases including bovine TB and Leptospirosis, damage equipment, and harm native plants and wildlife. They also breed fast: one pregnant rat can result in 400 more rats in just six months. The good news is that predator control can make a significant difference on your land, but knowing when and how is the secret to success and keeping costs down.  

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For information on what you can do to take your trapping to the next level, download a Predator Control Annual Calendar (PDF, 102KB) or buy an A2 print from our shop.