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Old 12-02-2013, 02:47 PM   #29
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I have seen mouse damage in trailers. You do not want the hay or straw bales. They will crawl up and through them and get up in the trailer.
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Yep. No hay bales. We had mice in a deer lease camper. Poop and urine all over. It was a gross mess.
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Putting in the insulation, be sure and not compact or crush the insulation. The insulation is less effective if packed.
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Insulation does not insulate.... (it is the air pockets in the the insulation that insulates.
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While that's perfect!!! How can you beat the food coming directly to your trailer waiting on you to take it in for dinner, on your plate of course. Ummm, Mouse burgers.....
That must be the idea in KY
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you can have the mouse, taste too squeaky for me. I'll stick to the deer steak I got waiting in the refrig.
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