No relief from rabbit plague as impact of virus shortage felt by farmers

Jess Flint
May 12 2024 - 12:00pm
Hobby farmer Leonie Grice says rabbits have been desending on her property in the hundreds each night. Picture by Jess Flint. Inset: Picture from file.
Hobby farmer Leonie Grice says rabbits have been desending on her property in the hundreds each night. Picture by Jess Flint. Inset: Picture from file.

An influx of rabbits, driven by a nation-wide shortage of calicivirus is pushing farmers like Leonie Grice to their limits.

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Jess Flint

Jess Flint

Journalist

I'm a North-West raised journalist whose favourite things include Tassie wine, good music, and politics. Got a story? Send me an e-mail - Jess.Flint@theadvocate.com.au

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