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Tick Protection Program Ford’s Hometown Services has really done its homework! Introducing our exciting  Tick Program offering your family and pets the best tick protection possible. We offer both chemical and organic certified tick services.  Both programs are proven to repel fleas, ants, spiders, mosquitoes, and other biting insects...

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 in two month. Remarkably, all...

Man, it is cold out, let me in. If wildlife could speak we are pretty sure that is what they would say. We are getting many calls for wildlife removal, especially squirrels chewing their way into homes through eaves and into the attic. During the winter...

SNOW   Well, here it comes. We are going to get blasted by a blizzard, but at least we know it's coming. I have polled my coworkers asking what types of prep they are doing in the event of power outages and long duration snow. My coworker Donna...

Do-it-yourself Pesticides- Are you misusing pesticides?    When was the last time you may have bought a product from your local hardware store to spray some ants or a bomb to rid your home of fleas? Did you read the label before you used the product?...

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 you can't stop feeding the birds...

All of us here at Ford's Hometown Services would like to take the opportunity to wish you and your family a happy and safe new year. We thank all of our customers and employees for a wonderful 2014 and look forward to providing you the best service...

This cool guy has been seen around the Greendale area of Worcester. It is an albino ground hog (aka woodchuck). It is unusual that these animals make it to adulthood because their color is so easily spotted by their predators such as owls and hawks....