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NSW Health advice

When removing dead mice or working in areas where mice have been, NSW Health recommends that you

  • wear gloves and clothes that cover bare skin
  • Use a broom, rake or dust pan to collect dead animals
  • after completing the clean-up, wash your hands with soap and dry them.

Read NSW Health advice on Staying healthy during a mouse plague.

Assistance for farmers buying zinc phosphide

ZINC PHOSPHIDE

Primary producers will be able to claim a rebate for buying the mouse control chemical zinc phosphide ahead of spring.

Households, small businesses and primary producers

REBATES

Households, small businesses and primary producers will be able to apply for grants to help manage the cost of baiting.

Emergency relief for grain farmers

GRAIN TREATMENT

Broadacre crop farmers will have access to free treatment of grain for use as mouse bait on the perimeter of paddocks.

Protecting your health during a mouse plague

HEALTH ADVICE

Mice may carry infections that can spread to humans. Learn about how to protect yourself and your loved ones.

News and information

Find your LLS representative

Call 1300 795 299 

Contact Local Land Services

Report sick or injured wildlfe

Call Wildlife Rescue 1300 094 737

Contact WIRES

About the program

Find out more about the advisory committee

 

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