Cottontail Rabbits in Relation to Trees and Farm Crops Farmers' Bulletin 702
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Cottontail Rabbits in Relation to Trees and Farm Crops Farmers' Bulletin 702

By David E. (David Ernest) Lantz
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  • UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
    • FARMERS' BULLETIN
      • Washington, D. C.   702   January 17, 1916
        • Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey, Henry W. Henshaw, Chief.
      • Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey, Henry W. Henshaw, Chief.
    • Washington, D. C.   702   January 17, 1916
      • Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey, Henry W. Henshaw, Chief.
    • Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey, Henry W. Henshaw, Chief.
  • COTTONTAIL RABBITS IN RELATION TO TREES AND FARM CROPS.
    • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • HABITS OF COTTONTAIL RABBITS.
      • PROTECTION OF RABBITS.
        • Table I.—Lengths of open season for rabbits or hares.
      • Table I.—Lengths of open season for rabbits or hares.
    • PROTECTION OF RABBITS.
      • Table I.—Lengths of open season for rabbits or hares.
    • Table I.—Lengths of open season for rabbits or hares.
    • MEANS OF REPRESSING RABBITS.
      • NATURAL ENEMIES.
      • HUNTING.
      • TRAPPING.
      • POISONING.
      • BACTERIAL DISEASES.
    • NATURAL ENEMIES.
    • HUNTING.
    • TRAPPING.
    • POISONING.
    • BACTERIAL DISEASES.
    • PROTECTION OF CROPS FROM RABBITS.
      • RABBIT-PROOF FENCES.
    • RABBIT-PROOF FENCES.
    • TREE PROTECTION.
      • WASHES.
      • MECHANICAL CONTRIVANCES.
      • OTHER MEANS.
        • WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1916
      • WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1916
    • WASHES.
    • MECHANICAL CONTRIVANCES.
    • OTHER MEANS.
      • WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1916
    • WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1916
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