Rats

robs1

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Yes . Ramp is a but steep on the one in the photo but I've caught 37 in that bin .
The other one..Will get a photo ... the ramp is level out of a feeder and have caught over 60 .
OH said its not a,wise thing to put photo up of rats In the water ....
As much as I hate rats wouldnt like to drown them, not a nice way to die. Is there another way to kill them ? That said I use poison and dont suppose that's nice, back of the shovel works well
 

Fendt516profi

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Yorkshire
As much as I hate rats wouldnt like to drown them, not a nice way to die. Is there another way to kill them ? That said I use poison and dont suppose that's nice, back of the shovel works well
He could stick a electrical appliance in there. Or leave it dry and play survival of the fittest
 
Poor old Mr rat, took to many chances in the end.
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