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Mice

Here at Ford’s Hometown Services we provide what we consider to be preventative pest service. Meaning we don’t wait till you have a problem to address it. Our services for mice start in August because we know that mice will soon … Continue reading

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Are Mice Cute? Not When They are in the House.

  Oh! Mice are so cute! But did you know that: Mice contaminate our crops and spread various diseases by biting us and leaving urine and feces on surfaces. They can also introduce fleas, carry ticks infected with Lyme Disease … Continue reading

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That’s one big mouse.

I always love it when the technicians run into something unusual when they are out treating customers homes and businesses. While there is nothing unusual about mice, there is something unusual about the size of this mouse. It must have a great … Continue reading

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True or False

True or False: There are poisons used for mice that will make them go outside looking for water so they don’t die in the house? ANSWER:  Sorry, there is no such poison that will do this. This is false. Most of the … Continue reading

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But I only have one mouse…

That statement is highly unlikely considering a female house mouse gives birth to around 6 young about 19 days after mating. She is ready to mate again in two days. She can produce 6 to 10 litters a year. Each of her … Continue reading

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So you think you have “just one mouse” ?

A female house mouse gives birth to around 6 young about 19 days after mating. She is ready to mate again in two days. She can produce 6 to 10 litters a year. Each of her young is ready to mate … Continue reading

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Mice in the winter.

What is the most common thing that attracts rodents to your yard? Bird feeders are especially attractive to mice, chipmunks and squirrels. They will be more likely to breed close by and look for shelter near this food source. If … Continue reading

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