Mice in combine cab

Matt77

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
East Sussex
I had them in the sprayer cab this winter, gone up a wiring hole that I hadn’t sealed back up well enough, so of course they have gone straight into the wiring box, only luck avoided a right ball ache, peanut butter on a snap trap, 3 mice later, problem solved!
 

sahara

Member
Location
Somerset
I assume you want the moth balls to give off a powerful smell to deter the mice?

For our TX, I went to Halfords and got a handful of the strongest smelling air fresheners and used them, one hanging from the radio controls above your head and another one or two in the wiring compartment to the right of the seat. If your shed is good then also opening the fuse compartment above the wheel will remove any trapped moisture and as its open its not so attractive to mice.

Hope it helps.
 

Laggard

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Suffolk
I had them in the sprayer cab this winter, gone up a wiring hole that I hadn’t sealed back up well enough, so of course they have gone straight into the wiring box, only luck avoided a right ball ache, peanut butter on a snap trap, 3 mice later, problem solved!
Best snap trap please? Peanut butter best bait then?
 

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