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Whether you’ve seen evidence of a few mice in your garage or shed or you’ve got a more severe infestation in your feed bins or barn, Motomco has everything you need to help control rodents in your farm or home. We offer a wide array of products to choose from, but it’s also helpful to educate yourself on the basics in order to make sure you can fix the problem with effective solutions that will work over the long term.

Around the Home For homeowners, who don’t require a large amount of bait, we recommend purchasing disposable or refillable bait stations. They are available in both Rat and Mouse sizes, and there are options for indoor and outdoor use that are both child and dog resistant. Look for the logo to determine the level of bait station security that’s right for...
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Living with rats and mice is unhealthy. They spread diseases and contaminate food with their urine and droppings. What’s more, with their constant need to gnaw, rodents cause costly structural damage, and fires in homes or barns are sometimes the result of rodents gnawing on electrical wires. There are 2 main goals rodent control: first, getting rid of...
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In some situations, using poison baits may not be an option, either because it isn’t allowed, such as a food production facility, or because of customer preference. Motomco offers a variety of non-poisonous mechanical and glue traps that, when used correctly, effectively control rats & mice. Tomcat Mouse Snap Traps : Place mouse snap traps perpendicular to...
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Most rodent problems involve one of three common rodent pests... house mice, Norway rats or roof rats. While they are all rodents, each has its own unique physical characteristics and behavior. In addition, you may have problems caused my Meadow Voles or Moles. The first step in addressing a rodent problem is to correctly identify the pest species you are...
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All types of bait has to compete with other food sources to attract rats and mice. Eliminating spilled feed or trash that can attract rodents will make any baiting program more effective. Place bait in areas where there are signs of rodent activity (droppings, gnaw marks, etc.) and in corners or along walls where rodents travel. Select the right bait form...
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