One of the consistent realities of virtually everywhere on earth is the presence of rodents – rats, mice, groundhogs, squirrels, gophers, etc., they live just about everywhere.
If you do not have every rodent on that list, you almost assuredly have three – rats, mice and squirrels – or a combination of three.
This applies to rural, suburban and urban areas – while some areas are known for certain types of rodents, virtually everywhere has them in varying numbers.
The largest problem they pose is a threat to food – stored or growing.
Another major threat is disease, especially with rats and mice.
And if your house, barn or property has one, it has dozens, at least, because they are prolific breeders.
That means you have to stamp them out whenever you find them!
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