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Ford Frenzy
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Mice problem in a trailer

What's the best way to prevent/rid the mice?

TIA


HeadBusta4LSU
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2007
10551 posts

re: Mice problem in a trailer
need to find out where they are getting in and seal it off


El Josey Wales
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
They are almost impossible to keep out. Best bet is to get a couple of cats.


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weisertiger
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Lake Charles, LA
Member since Sep 2007
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Don't live in a trailer ya broke bastard!


tgrbaitn08
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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need to find out where they are getting in and seal it off




El Josey Wales
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
They will just find somewhere else and chew in. Can't stop them.


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TBoy
LSU Fan
Lafayette
Member since Dec 2007
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
hire a cat or dog to hang out there on a regular basis.


El Josey Wales
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
A litter of barn cats is the best solution.


jmkidder
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lafayette
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Secure food better, they are there for a reason. Take that reason away


Ford Frenzy
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I thought they seek the trailer for the heat


jmkidder
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lafayette
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Yea maybe so, turn on ac?


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Geauxtiga
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No man's land
Member since Jan 2008
28791 posts

re: Mice problem in a trailer
Get a few trap and set them with a pecan. The first couple of nights you'll probably have a lot but it'll drop off.

Keep them set and check regularly after you stop finding mice. Don't phuck around, they multiply quickly.


Ford Frenzy
New Orleans Saints Fan
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Sticky traps are the best IMO


Geauxtiga
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No man's land
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I disagree. I also am not the one with the mice invasion so shut up and listen.


El Josey Wales
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El Josey Wales
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I love hearing the traps snap shut. The sticky traps do not offer that simple pleasure.


Ford Frenzy
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Mice problem in a trailer


Geauxtiga
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No man's land
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
A cat is awesome for control of them lil bastids too. Gotta be careful though, fleas are harder to get rid of.


Ford Frenzy
New Orleans Saints Fan
337 posts
Member since Aug 2010
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I caught one very little one and noticed lots of droppings so I'm assuming ill be catching many more shortly


Geauxtiga
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Already! You had some traps?


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