DID YOU KNOW?
Mice are small rodents that usually have pointed snouts and small ears. The body is typically elongated with slender, usually hairless tails, but different types of mice show large variations. Body dimensions vary considerably by species, though some approximate values are available: total length 28-130 mm. The original motivation for the domestication of cats is thought to have been their predation of mice and their relatives, the rats.
Mice causing problems in your lawn or garden?
Mice can be harmful pests in the home, spreading diseases through their parasites and feces. They find their way into your homes from small cracks along foundations and doorways. For most people, poisons, traps, and glue strips are hard to deal with and can be dangerous to children and pets. If mice die in the home, they can stink up the entire house.
Nature’s Defense is the most powerful form of Mice Control available today and your natural solution that is easy to use and guaranteed to work.
What is Nature’s Defense? Nature’s Defense is a powerful Patent Pending behavior modification scent that uses the strongest, most effective ingredients found in nature today.
35 years of animal research and testing have gone into the development of this first-of-it’s-kind organic all-purpose behavior modification scent that is 100% safe, organic, and easy to use.
Now you can use the same research-proven formula professionals use for their animal control business. Controlling mice is easy by simply sprinkling Nature’s Defense organic formula around the area you want to protect; your mice problem will be solved quickly and easily.
Directions: How to remove Mice
Nature’s Defense Behavior Modification Scents (BMS) work in problem areas around your home, including the attic, crawl space, cabinets, basement, garage, shed, RVs, winter storage areas, and more. Each packet will cover approximately 100 sq. ft. and last for up to 30 days. Place the packets in any areas where problems exist, particularly at the entry point. Pay special attention to feeding and nesting sites.