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Mouse Poison #3369414
10/14/12 08:24 PM
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What is good stuff to use in my garage? Is the Tomcat green block stuff they sell at the farm store any good?

Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3369494
10/14/12 08:58 PM
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I like it, pretty good stuff

Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3374424
10/17/12 08:20 PM
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Professional baits are several times more palatable than the store-bought stuff. Half of my mouse jobs have a few D-con boxes lying around - untouched.


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Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3375750
10/18/12 05:02 PM
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Dave, you need to qualify that answer! I find that store bought baits are twice as platable for our technicians as professional baits. ( I'm guessing that we save thousands by buying bait that says "skunk" somewhere on it! )

Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3384721
10/23/12 08:56 PM
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Larry: Here, try some of this cheese!
(Curly eats the cheese.)
Larry: How do you feel?
Curly: Never felt better in my life!
Larry: I knew it! I should have put more rat poison in it!
-from Ants in the Pantry
Thanks to wife Laura, the Stooge Girl.


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Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3385156
10/24/12 06:57 AM
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I have to agree with Dave. My experience has shown at least with a few products sold in Farm Stores and local hardware stores that consumers buy readily, that some rodenticide baits are not as appealing as some commercial products that we have found to be more acceptable.

When doing side by side monitoring with several type baits you will learn the favorites over time.

Re: Mouse Poison [Re: supercoonboy] #3385340
10/24/12 09:05 AM
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Perhaps....but we have found that success has a lot to do with placement.

Re: Mouse Poison [Re: Anonymous] #6593562
08/12/19 10:30 PM
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Originally Posted by DaveK
Perhaps....but we have found that success has a lot to do with placement.

I try to place in corners or along walls, and not right out in the open.


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