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Even Pest Controllers can get an unwanted influx of nasty visitors. We have a pair of feisty hens in or garden which give a steady supply of fresh eggs but the price to pay for having fresh eggs is having to deal with a steady supply of fresh rats.
Our garden has a wall at the bottom which backs on to open farmland, the rats are active along this wall all year round, always on the lookout to exploit a food source, whether its food from a bird table, anything edible put into a compost bin, uneaten poultry food or simply waste that people throw over garden walls.
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