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  1. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I am planning to build a chicken coop. Now trying to find out the best way to keep mice/rats away. Any suggestion?
  2. General Discussion
    they can get into the attic above our garage, not into to the house but above this storage area above the garage; and there's nothing up there for them to eat but they still go into the garage and then up above the little bastarsds So my wife she sets mousetraps for them baited with peanut...
  3. General Discussion
    OK, I know real men kill mice with the flick of a finger, or a drunken snarl. But we commie pinko bleeding-heart Massachusetts liberals catch them in Havahart traps and gently deposit them out in the woods. ... where snakes, birds, skunks, raccoons, fishers, coyotes, bears, cats, and dogs eat...
  4. Urban Survival
    Bought a house a couple of years ago. Home ownership rocks but its filled with perils. Mine are mice in the attic. I had one die in a wall when I first got the house and the sucker stunk for months. So I've been trying to kill them with old fashion mouse traps and no luck. Ill get one, but its...
  5. General Discussion
    Anyone chime in with all the ideas that work and don't work. The biggest problem I have - mice in my truck and car. So I live in the boonies, right in the area where they grow food. So of course there are tons of field mice; and these @#$#&%&%$%^@#@$(*%^$ mice get into my truck...
  6. Urban Survival
    Moments ago I just saw a cheeky little mouse eating a Cliff Bar out of my bug out bag! The little bastard took a few craps in and around it too, probably did other nasty things as well. Has this happened to anyone else? What did you do to solve this type of problem? The only thing I could...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Here are a couple of sites to help with rodent control http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/pdf/rodents.pdf http://www.cdc.gov/rodents/
  8. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    I don't know if this has been discussed, but i was thinking that a couple of rat traps would be a great and easy idea for trapping small animals. The standard original wooden ones are flat and can be carried at the bottom of a backpack pretty easily. You can also drill a paracord hole in the...
  9. Urban Survival
    I was driving around yesterday on patrol (Im in Law Enforcement) and I hear my subway bag rattling around. I flip on the dome light quickly enough to see a little furry mouse scurry out of the bag and back under the dash. If that little guy can get into my car, which is locked and in my garage...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Head lice, other body lice, tapeworms, roundworms, fleas, ticks, skeeters, roaches, scorpions (not around central il but I know some of you suffer from them), mice, rats, etc... do your preps take into account that many more problems will be had by poorer sanitation and disposal? If so what are...
  11. Urban Survival
    Has anyone considered this as a food source? As I understand it these rodents are easy to raise and keep. In south america they are concidered a delicacy and reputed to be delicious on the Bar b que. They are vegitarians and could be fed almost anything. just a thought.
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