Farmnote: Landholder use of 1080 One-shot oat rabbit bait

In Western Australia, rabbits are declared pests in categories A1, A3 and A5 under the Agriculture and Related Resources Protection Act 1976 and landholders are required to control them on their properties. All control activities must comply with requirements
under the Animal Welfare Act 2002 and Animal Welfare (General) Regulations 2003. It is an offence to release any declared pest back into the wild.

1080 is one of the most lethal pesticides known. So it is important to follow each of the steps below for your own safety, and to also ensure you get good rabbit control.

Author Errol Kruger
Date null
Year 2005
Institution Department of Agriculture, WA
Pages 4 pp
Notes Notes
ISBN/ISSN ISSN 0726-934X
Control method 1080 (sodium monofluoroacetate)
Region WA
Links https://www.agric.wa.gov.au/content/PW/VP/RAB/FN2005_1080_ONE_SHOT.PDF