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  1. Amy Winters
    Amy Winters at | | Reply

    I have been trying to figure out why the cables outside of my house have been chewed through and I wasn’t sure if it was a rat problem until I looked closer to one of the cables and saw tiny pebbles that resembled their poop. Now that I have identified the problem I can move forward in being able to rat control my home. Thank you for explaining the different ways that I will be able to trap them.

    JOPESTKIL KENYA at | | Reply

    With so many rats species around worldwide, there are many varied problems caused in different situations. In this sheet we try to cover those most common rat infestations experienced by the general public.
    Rat control is difficult in many cases but can be achieved using either rat poison, rat traps, electronic devices or a combination of these rodent control and eradication methods.
    The main task to achieve in any rat control programme is to identify the source of the problem and if that cannot be identified, then you have to eliminate the food supply, other than the rat poison you are going to employ to achieve riddance.
    Harbourage reduction can also result in rapid control of rats, if they have nowhere to hide, they will soon depart, providing the food source is not too easily accessible.
    Rats need water too, ensure there is no easily available water ie: dripping tap. Unlike mice, rats cannot survive without regular water supply.

  3. Ivy Baker
    Ivy Baker at | | Reply

    I liked that you explained that it would be a good idea to make sure that consider that rodents are getting into your home through odd methods. I wouldn’t have thought about checking drains and windows as possible entry points. It might be a good idea to have a professional check your home for possible places rodents could get in. I know that I wouldn’t be able to spot any that aren’t super obvious.

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