Is there any reason this is not a good idea? Last winter I had
a significant mouse infestation. My pumps, water heater and boiler
are there so I need to visit frequently. I tried traps, but they
The house is sufficiently tight so they will not get into the
living space to die when they look for water. But I don't want
my cellar littered with mouse bodies either when I come down
in the spring. What is the likelihood this will happen? I understand
that generally they will try to get outside, which would be easy
for them as they can enter and exit without restriction.
Help much appreciated!
Thanks for your help!
D-Con is pretty "lightweight" as far as poisons go, but will still
kill them, and there is no guarantee they will die outside. I have
used mouse poisons in bait stations in my rentals, and have found mice
dead in the middle of the living room floor.
Still, poisons are probably the best way to go with a rodent problem.
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