Farmers worry native wildlife, pigs, and even their pet canine may die if a brand new poison is permitted to be used to regulate the mice plague.
The New South Wales Authorities is pushing for Bromadiolone to be permitted by the Commonwealth regulator.
However the chemical was banned to be used in Australia in 2017 as a result of it kills animals aside from mice.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with New South Wales Farmers Vice President Xavier Martin
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