Can night attacks by drones help deliver a killer blow to mice plague?

Vernon Graham
Updated February 25 2021 - 4:03pm, first published 2:30pm
AERIAL WARFARE: Drone Commander Australia says baiting at night using a drone has proved an effective weapon against mice plagues while helping protect bird life.
AERIAL WARFARE: Drone Commander Australia says baiting at night using a drone has proved an effective weapon against mice plagues while helping protect bird life.

A Queensland drone operator specialising in agricultural services is keen to cross the border to help NSW farmers fight the present mice plague.

Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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