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RABBITS IN N.S.W.

The rabbit inspector at Bathurst, New South Wales, says that the •good work being done by freezing works in diminishing the rabbit pest is counteracted by the rabbit farmers and fosterers which these establishments bring into existence. This class, he saj-s, is confined to land

holders who do not cultivate their land, and graze only a few head of stock. The inspector thinks that if thtse men would only enter into the destruction of rabbits by poisoning and trapping with more energy, and if the rabbit farms were done away with, there would be a considerable decrease in the pest.

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RABBITS IN N.S.W., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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RABBITS IN N.S.W. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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