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“Hot little critters” light up on thermal technology | The Land



Yorke Peninsula agronomist and hunter Troy Johnson has repurposed his thermal spotter to reveal the extent of a client’s mouse infestation.

After an unsuccessful mice survey with headlights in a canola stubble crop Mr Johnson pulled out his Pulsar Krypton thermal hunting equipment to spot several of the vermin still wondering the paddock.

The crop had been been baited 5 days prior with 1kg Bait, before Mr Johnson purchased the technology. Mr Johnson said the amount of heat mice carry means thermal…

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