Rats are a fact of life when you garden, so learning the best tips for setting rat traps will help you in the long run. Our latest video shares what works for us here at Gardenerd HQ, and what to consider when setting your own traps.
A lot of people think it’s hard to manage rats, or want to hire a service. That can be expensive, and if you follow the advice in this video, you won’t need to hire anyone.
Best Tips for Setting Rat Traps in the Garden
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Enclosures for rat traps like this one will keep pets and birds safe during the day. NOTE: we NEVER recommend using glue traps or poison in rat traps. Poison negatively affects the food chain and can harm or kill animals. That’s why we only recommend snap traps.