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Old March 28, 2018   #46
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Mice dont live alone.

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Yah, I say keep your trap set. I have caught three in the same spot in the last two weeks, the first night was two.
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I will keep there for several more days to make sure. This room is right next to the garage and I hope he had just found his way in. The pepper seedlings were there for over a week before they were touched the tomatoes had just started coming up so the first night they were left alone and the second night -beheaded.
Bird seed had not been touched either, but I moved it all to locking containers.

Traps will be set tonight.
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Yay. Congratulations!!!!

I had a few mice get into the house last winter and they nibbled on some of my stored potatoes. I never had mice before so I looked closely at my garage doors and saw that the rubber stuff at the bottom of the doors had gotten brittle and was leaving gaps so I had it replaced.

No mice this year.
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I caught two more this morning. I know we have our fair share of them. I need to move some of the traps to the other houses.
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Yay. Congratulations!!!!

I had a few mice get into the house last winter and they nibbled on some of my stored potatoes. I never had mice before so I looked closely at my garage doors and saw that the rubber stuff at the bottom of the doors had gotten brittle and was leaving gaps so I had it replaced.

No mice this year.
We noticed the very same thing, off to HD this weekend.

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I caught two more this morning. I know we have our fair share of them. I need to move some of the traps to the other houses.
Oh no, keep setting those traps.
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