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Re: too many mice

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Unforgiven

02-10-2014 15:14:00
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You want a suicide bucket trap, I use a 5 gallon bucket with a small rod crossing the top, and an empty peanut butter jar is impaled on the rod so it can spin, centered over the bucket. Small notches cut in the top of the bucket to secure the rod. Coat the outside of your little spinning drum with peanut butter and put a little board from the ground to the edge of the bucket, and some water or waste oil in the bottom. Mouse walks up the board, jumps over to the pb drum, it spins and he falls in. One less mouse. Virtually maintainance free, no threat to pets. I have had one running for years now, it's a mouse destroying machine. Search mouse bucket trap on You-Tube.

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RayP(MI)

02-10-2014 17:29:30
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 Re: too many mice in reply to Unforgiven, 02-10-2014 15:14:00  
Had a bunch of mice in my barn this fall. Setup a bucket trap, never caught one mouse. Even spread peanut butter on the ramp. Conventional traps were far more successful.



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Straw Boss

02-10-2014 15:22:54
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 Re: too many mice in reply to Unforgiven, 02-10-2014 15:14:00  

like this



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