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Old June 28, 2021, 10:37 PM
Dien Rice Dien Rice is offline
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Default Mice mice mice, too many are not so nice...!

Hi Glenn,

You're right, in some parts of Australia, there's definitely a mouse plague...

It's mainly in the rural parts of the state of New South Wales. Luckily, I'm in a different state (I'm in Victoria)... So it's not affecting me (but I imagine some food prices in Australia will go up, or have gone up)...

It's terrible for the farmers in particular because the mice are eating all the crops.

I even read a news story saying that people in those areas are tying strings around the bottom of their trouser legs to stop the mice from running up their pants! That would be a nightmare!

(Could be a good idea for a horror movie... Evil scientist breeds mice that specially target open trouser legs... Bell-bottom jeans would be a mouse favorite!)

You're right - there's definitely an opportunity here, especially for clever solutions.

I like your solution to stop them from getting on your bed - That would also be horrible!

Thanks Glenn!

Best wishes, Dien

Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
Hey Dien,

Four major cities in Australia (And the farmland around them) seem to be infested with millions of mice.

Is there an Opportunity There?

Farmers have Literally Millions of mice eating Last years harvests.

But if we think smaller.

Closer to home.

I know mice and rats can eat thru wood. Which was confirmed by some Aussie Farmers who said mice ate holes in their House Doors.

HOW DO YOU KEEP MICE From Biting You In Bed?

(Auusie Gummnt Says to use Steel Wool - So we KNOW that is Wrong.)

Does STEEL WOOL really keep mice out of the house IF they can eat thru a wooden Door?

I Personally know a USA mouse cannot jump higher than 16 inches. How ATHLETIC are the Aussie Mice?

So maybe a Step by Step Report with Pictures on how to Attach 4 Steel Pipes to The Legs of your Bed
would sell Like hot cakes.

(All I'd need is a roll of Steel wire and a pair of Pliars.)

Here on the farm In Maryland, I constantly deal with mice, Moles, CROWS, rats,
groundhogs, deer, rabbits, coyotes, foxes. And a black bear and her cubs has
moved in nearby recently.

How is YOUR Family dealing with the MOUSE PLAGUE?

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