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Ford Frenzy
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re: Mice problem in a trailer

Put a couple traps out Friday morning more out of curiosity then caught one and noticed droppings that I'm sure had been there a while


tipup
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Get those little green pellets from the hardware store and put them inside and outside the building. Within a few weeks all the poison will be gone along with the mice. Reload the pellets when gone.


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Slickback
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Seal holes off
keep food sealed
mice traps, set with peanut butter
decon
Cat or chicken snake under trailer


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Geauxtiga
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Well we want a head count in the morning.


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BruslyTiger
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
A cat but that is hit or miss. Some cats will eat them and others just play with them and let them go.

Or a rat terrier.
Image: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/21/Rat_Terrier_bark.jpg width=600


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braindeadboxer
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Utopia
Member since Nov 2011
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I had a mouse problem and brought in some barn cats. Now does anyone know how to get rid of a cat problem


nathannb22
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Brusly, La
Member since Jun 2008
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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Now does anyone know how to get rid of a cat problem


1. Collect all cats in a pet carrier
2. Call local Chinese Restaurant
3. ??????????????
4. Profit


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BayouFann
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
plenty glue traps with bit of pnut butter and a piece of cheese. keep them agains the walls. snap traps scare others away. i mastered this shite from several military base housing. do this a while before sealing them out.


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Nascar Fan
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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I love hearing the traps snap shut.

You watch the bug sapper also don't you?


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


Have those little knuckleheads treated for fleas and they'll do the trick.


We used to live near a cane field growing up and we'd get mice like a mofo during grinding. My parents got a couple cats and drastically reduced the mice.

Bonus fun fact: My parents always kept boxes of cereal in the fridge because of the mice and how the boxes don't really close. I was around 12 before I realized that keeping cereal in the fridge was not a common thing.


Cracker
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Check Craigslist for help wanted i saw a few cats needing work.


El Josey Wales
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Ford Frenzy
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
I read something about dryer sheets keeping them away, seems ridiculous but has anyone heard of this also?


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CoastieGM
Member since Aug 2012
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
For what it's worth, many years ago I had a problem with mice in a motorhome. Did everything I could think of...helped, but didn't eliminate them. Went on for months.

One day, I noticed that baits were suddenly untouched, and absolutely no sign of mice.

Months later, I'm getting into a side compartment to get an extra garden hose. I kneel down, unlock and open the small access hatch, and AAARRRGH! A giant frickin' anaconda king-cobra motherfricker is staring me in the face inches from my nose!!! Dropped a couple hershey squirts in my drawers as I rolled backwards screaming like a little bitch.

After regaining my composure and looking around to see if anyone saw me act like that, I took another look and it was a little rat snake coiled up in the garden hose, looking contented and well-fed.

Shrugged, left him alone and didn't have any mouse issues for at least a couple years.


Nascar Fan
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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Months later, I'm getting into a side compartment to get an extra garden hose. I kneel down, unlock and open the small access hatch, and AAARRRGH! A giant frickin' anaconda king-cobra motherfricker is staring me in the face inches from my nose!!! Dropped a couple hershey squirts in my drawers as I rolled backwards screaming like a little bitch.

I just busted out laughing in the office. These other folks giving me looks


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NimbleCat
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Steel Wool in holes will stop them.


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Geauxtiga
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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Bonus fun fact: My parents always kept boxes of cereal in the fridge because of the mice and how the boxes don't really close. I was around 12 before I realized that keeping cereal in the fridge was not a common thing.



Tupperware brah.


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whikyncoke
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SW Louisiana
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
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tigerlite


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Don't live in a trailer ya broke bastard!


You live in a trailer you broke bastard


Yeti
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bulldog95
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North Louisiana
Member since Jan 2011
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re: Mice problem in a trailer
Put out sticky traps/paper all around the outside of your trailer. Burn down the trailer. As it burns the mice will run out and get stuck the paper.

Win/win. You kill the mice and get a doublewide.


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