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Commercialisation of feral rabbits in New Zealand : implications for rabbit control
(Lincoln University, 1994)
This dissertation was concerned with the decision to recommercialise feral rabbits under the Biosecurity Act 1993. While commercialisation is argued to present a conflict with rabbit control, it was found that this decision ...
Proceedings of the 1981 Hill and High Country Seminar, Lincoln College, 9-10 July, 1981
(Lincoln College. Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute., 1982)
The proceedings of the 1981 Hill and High Country Seminar includes the full text of the following papers: Methods to treat and Control Footrot – A. S. Familton, Can We Eradicate Footrot? – A. D. Ross, Crops for Cold Climates ...
Review (New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute) no. 48(1991)
(Lincoln University. New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute., 1991-12)
The New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute replaces the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute which was established in 1961 with L.W. McCaskill as its first Director. The prime function of the Institute is to advise ...
Review (New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute) no. 46(1989)
(Lincoln College. New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute., 1989-12)
The New Zealand Mountain Lands Institute replaces the Tussock Grasslands and Mountain Lands Institute which was established in 1961 with L.W. McCaskill as its first Director. The prime function of the Institute is to ...
Effective rabbit management in a post RHD environment in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Developing effective rabbit management in the post RHD environment in New Zealand is of paramount importance to land managers and government agencies. Historically rabbit management has lacked clear objectives and faced ...
Rabbit control can induce toxic bait aversion in other pest species: Evidence and potential solutions
(Agriculture Western Australia, 1998)
Poisoning operations in habitats where several vertebrate pest species co-occur can induce sublethal dosing, and consequent bait aversion, in the less-susceptible species. We monitored a winter control for rabbits (Oryctolagus ...