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Categories of baits and lures for capturing vertebrate pests. Understanding visual, taste, odor, audible, territorial, sexual, food and curiosity attractants. PestGeek fans Stephen Vantassel wildlife control consultant bringing you another podcast here on some items related to wildlife control. Today I wanted to talk a little bit about understanding baits you know the food that…
The use of pest control tools like extension poles to remove spiders, apply dusts in high places and to make observations with a camera for inspection. Contact Jeff (770) 331-4348 firstname.lastname@example.org
Set types. Discusses the three main types Odle sets used with cage/box traps, baited, blind, and positive. Stephen M. Vantassel, CWCP Lewistown, MT 59457 WildlifeControlConsultant.com https://kingsdivinity.academia.edu/StephenMVantassel 402-489-1042 Mtn Time Helping people responsibly and effectively resolve wildlife conflicts by teaching, writing, research & consultation
How to properly perform many pest control functions as you age especially rodent stations maintenance.
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Peering into the back of most pest control trucks I get to see lots of pest control equipment, keeping your pest control equipment in top working order is vital to keeping it in top performing order.
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Learning how to take quality photos for your wildlife business and records.
Reviewing what is in the back of the service vehicle