Woodchuck Salad Bait
Woodchucks, AKA groundhogs, feeding & burrowing habits conflict with human interests. Farms, home gardens, orchards, nurseries, around buildings, and dikes are the targets of damage. Damage to crops such as alfalfa, soybeans, beans, squash, & peas can be costly and extensive. Fruit trees & ornamental shrubs are damaged by woodchucks as they gnaw or claw woody vegetation. Gnawing on underground power cables has caused electrical outages. Damage to rubber hoses in vehicles, like vacuum and fuel lines, has also been documented. Mounds of earth from the excavated burrow systems and holes formed at the burrow entrances present a hazard to farm equipment, horses, and riders. On occasion, burrowing can weaken dikes and foundations.
Woodchuck Salad Bait is a unique combination of the favorite foods of woodchucks and rabbits. This woodchuck bait is a strong and long lasting bait that holds up well in rainy or dry weather. Use in combination with Groundhog Heaven trailing scent for a super success rate.
Pro Tip: Use one teaspoon on an apple slice or cabbage leaf in the back of the trap. Then put a layer of grass clippings, hay or other greens on the bottom of the trap. To finish off the set use a trailing scent like Groundhog Heaven. This helps the animal find the trap entrance and helps compensate for unfavorable wind directions.
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