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It is nice sunny and 55, may hit 60. As I was working on my drill chuck, I had my big garage door open and the sun was shining in.  I was concentrating on my job and something moved and I caught it on my peripheral vision. I jerked my head in that direction just in time to see a FAT mouse go under my work bench. He came in my open garage door. He isn't the first to do that since I've lived here. I quit trapping them one year after I got a dozen or more in my out building, basement and garage. I let Dcon do the job. Our area was once a field and with all the hawks here, it is easy to see that the mice population is HUGE. 

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Yeah, I have 5/8 acre pasture next to my shop which is Mouse Haven. I set out traps and Dcon packets around the shop. There are 6 or 7 feral cats that patrol the outback. Late Fall- Winter-Spring is the worst time for mice invasions.

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 I've got to correct myself......Dcon for mice is NO longer available due to toxicity to other critters. This product Mouse X does the job and is non toxic to other critters. The price will set you back $18.....until you realize that there is 18 times as much in the bag as Dcon little wedge.

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1 hour ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Same here being surrounded by farm fields. I use this . Available here in farm supply stores, e.g. Rural King, Big R, Tractor Supply..

I've never found anything better.

 

I also use TOMCAT. It works pretty good

56 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

They are great but, place them where dogs can't get to them. 

I use the TOMCAT Bait Station in my shop, garage and sheds

 

 

 

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If I may, If you have problems with mice but also have hawks trying to clean them out, probably not the best idea to use DCon. It’ll probably kill the birds too. 🥴

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