What I've heard is Tomcat bait blocks cause something inside the mice to make them go to a water source or just go out and die in the driveway. Had a shop at a place I bought that was full of mice and rats. I put a whole 5 gallon bucket of Tomcat in there. A few days later there were dead and dying mice and rats laying around a puddle of water outside the barn with several more laying around in the yard.Dryer sheets, Irish Spring soap, and moth balls - myths from my experience.
I use Tomcat green bait blocks. Not sure if they work since I never see the dead mice. I see some chew marks on the bait. So something must be eating them.
Just yesterday I saw a mouse running along the machinery shed rafters. I have bait blocks in the shed. How do you attract mice to them (here mousey mousey)?
And also yesterday I saw a mouse lying on the gravel drive under my truck. I went to pick it up and it was still "kicking" (but not for long). Where did it come from? The truck is parked out in the open and away from any buildings. Did it drop out of my truck?
Mice, ground pigs, squirrels, skunks, and starlings - GRRRRRRRR!
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