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tomato stealers on their way out! I hope.

Yesterday I also resorted to getting rat killer, as I really can't abide having a family of rats live in my back yard somewhere. But, even worse... they are eating my tomatos as they ripen!!! How infuriating and how gross! I am very wildlife and animal friendly usually, but this I just can't abide. I noticed this AM that several of the baits were gone, so I'm hoping this means a quick end to this problem. Has anyone else had this problem?


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