Originally Posted by Garyp4951
I had mice several years ago and placed bait in the rv, the bait disappeared along with mice.
The next time we went camping I got our camp chairs out and they were full of the d-Con bait from inside the rv. lol
This is why I always suggest block style bait that is secured in a bait station. Pelleted bait resembles a mouse's natural food - seed - but hoarding food is something they naturally do especially in the fall. People who use pelleted food see it quickly disappear and think "Great! They're gobbling it up" when in fact the mice are packing it off to fill up their little mousie pantries for the winter. They will eventually eat it and die, but the majority of the bait is wasted.
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