Rats – Norway & Roof Rat teeth never stop growing. They can gnaw through things such as lead and aluminum sheeting. Their teeth also grow up to 5 inches per year.
http://www.westernfarmpress.com/tree-nuts/winter-s-good-time-gopher-control-nut-crops Gophers are active all year-round, and winter months, before they begin to reproduce, are the best time to begin control measures. Cecilia Parsons | Jan 17, 2018 Photo: ggutarin/Thinkstock Botta’s Pocket Gopher peeks out of its burrow Tree nut growers who are plagued by gopher invasions in their orchards need to stick with effective
http://www.rgj.com/story/life/2018/01/26/got-squirrels-heres-how-control-these-garden-pests/1069939001/ Melody Hefner Published 11:19 a.m. PT Jan. 26, 2018 | Updated 4:02 p.m. PT Jan. 26, 2018 Ground squirrels can be troublesome pests. They feed on crops and ornamental plants. They rob animal feed and bird feeders. They cause problems by chewing irrigation and wiring. They can also carry plague. More: California’s booming pot
http://www.pctonline.com/article/turning-the-tables-on-commercial-rodent-management/ Turning the Tables on Commercial Rodent Management Features – Rodent Control SUBSCRIBE November 27, 2017 Jeff Fenner Photo: ©VitalisG | iStock.com Rodent management is an essential function for many food processing, distribution and storage facilities. Protecting unprocessed and processed food from disease-laden rodents is a top priority for quality assurance and plant managers. For
Vole Damage to Lawns Background Voles (also known as meadow voles, or meadow mice) are rodents that are exceedingly common in the New England landscape. They are especially prevalent on properties located in proximity to suitable cover, such as those adjacent to brushy, wooded or tall grass areas. Two or three different vole species may