Re: MDs & cow pats - more particularly the latter

To: "Canberrabirds" <>
Subject: Re: MDs & cow pats - more particularly the latter
From: "John Layton" <>
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 19:46:23 +1100
Does this mean that cow pats are becoming an accumulating problem again? If so, is the drought weather curtailing the good work of dung beetles? I particularly ask because I was involved (in a very minor support role) with CSIRO's introduction of exotic dung beetles during the late 1960's/early '70s. And I've always thought it was one of the biological-control success stories of the 20th Century.
Or is this just an exchange of funny ferdinand?
Belconnen Cowboy
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