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Re: weekend disaster.. need advice on Voles

In a message dated 4/2/00 7:32:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
sunkat@netnitco.net writes:

<<   So I'm looking
 for some assistance in what to do before I lose more.

Kate, if you can see tunnels that go into the ground then go buy the blue 
pellets, use a latex glove to pace them into the tunnels and cover with a 
large flat stone or a flat piece of wood.  This is for quick results in the 
most affected area.

Now that you know you have them you will need to start a long term preventive 
program.  That means you have to figure out a way to put those little pellets 
out without them being accessible to the other animals and kid in your neck 
of the woods.

You certainly have had your share lately, sorry to hear about the latest 

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