No Country For Old Rats

Creasy Bear

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Okay, so it uses C02 to shoot out a piston that basically snaps they little furry necks like a kah-rah-tay chop.

24 kills per CO2 tank.

 

THE FEZ MAN

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Great and your cat has a poison free nighttime snack. Will a chipmunk or squirrels head fit in there?
Absolutely. I think I might buy one of those since I got tiki I’m afraid to put out poison
 

Bobobie

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Damn. I think a pack of 20 snap traps is $7.99. That and your own jar of peanut butter.
 

THE FEZ MAN

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If I needed one I’d SO get this just for the coolness factor.
Yea... $209 on Amazon, I might think about it, the chickens draw rats, I tried snap traps but they don’t work that great, and depending on where I put them the rats will avoid them, or I will kill little birds that eat the bait. I tried “catch alive” traps they don’t work at all, poison works great but I would rather not kill my dog, or a chicken because they both eat dead rats.
 

tattered

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Yea... $209 on Amazon, I might think about it, the chickens draw rats, I tried snap traps but they don’t work that great, and depending on where I put them the rats will avoid them, or I will kill little birds that eat the bait. I tried “catch alive” traps they don’t work at all, poison works great but I would rather not kill my dog, or a chicken because they both eat dead rats.
Snap traps you have to put in a corner then block off the top and side so this way there is only 1 way in and out so they have no choice but to go in head first. Works every damn time even if you use rat traps to catch squirrels.
 

THE FEZ MAN

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Snap traps you have to put in a corner then block off the top and side so this way there is only 1 way in and out so they have no choice but to go in head first. Works every damn time even if you use rat traps to catch squirrels.
Yea I’ve tried all kinds of things, but, I had so many that one would get killed and they would drag the entire trap away
 
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Yea I’ve tried all kinds of things, but, I had so many that one would get killed and they would drag the entire trap away
Have you tried dry ice yet?

"Typically, you would do multiple insertions over time. The dry ice is inserted into the rat burrow where rats are living. Then you would cover the burrow as dry ice evaporates, they're asphyxiated and they die. You may have to go back for a series of applications. Rats escape, you may have to go back at a later time, come back tomorrow."

RAT ICE is the only approved usage of dry ice for rodents in the U.S.

Rat Ice (carbon dioxide) pellets are placed into the openings of outdoor rat burrows to sublimate, which displaces oxygen into the burrows.
 

THE FEZ MAN

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Have you tried dry ice yet?

"Typically, you would do multiple insertions over time. The dry ice is inserted into the rat burrow where rats are living. Then you would cover the burrow as dry ice evaporates, they're asphyxiated and they die. You may have to go back for a series of applications. Rats escape, you may have to go back at a later time, come back tomorrow."

RAT ICE is the only approved usage of dry ice for rodents in the U.S.

Rat Ice (carbon dioxide) pellets are placed into the openings of outdoor rat burrows to sublimate, which displaces oxygen into the burrows.
The are living under a deck I don’t think that would work well, but it’s a good idea