One Hour to: Rodent Control

Consider these measures to protect your horses and property from the ravages of rats and mice.

Barns and stables provide horses with shelter and sustenance–but they provide the same service to rodents who happily nest in any number of tiny spaces in barns or tack rooms, and consume spilled grain, cat or dog food and other feed sources they find.

To learn about how you can minimize the resident rodent population in your barn, check out “One Hour to Rodent Control” below.

One Hour to Rodent Control

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This article originally appeared in the September 2003 issue of EQUUS magazine.

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