Topic Warning: Snake Catching. Now before I begin, let me say that I realize not everyone sees snakes the same way we do. Some may be terrified of snakes and feel they all must die – friend or foe. If that’s you, I respect your feelings.
But for our home, I personally feel they’re an important part of our ecosystem. Especially living out in the country, they keep mice & rat populations in check. A venomous snake must go of course. But around here, non-venomous snakes are simply relocated away from our home.
But getting up close & personal with a snake – good or bad – can make ya nervous, you know?? So we needed a way to be able to catch snakes safely. For us and for them.
Many have asked about our snake capture method. So today I’ll be sharing how we easily catch and relocate beneficial snakes.
We had an armadillo digging deep burrow holes in our yard. We didn’t want to kill it but instead to trap and relocate it. But it’s hard to trap an armadillo because they’re not really attracted to bait. Come see what worked for us.
I need a surefire way to eliminate mosquitoes. You really do have to be careful and protect yourselves against their nasty bites. I’ve tried all the sure-fire remedies but none worked. But I did find one thing that worked beautifully. Come see.
The misery of itching from a chigger bite can last for weeks. I’ve sure heard some crazy cures, most of them WRONG! (and some downright dangerous too). Read on to separate fact from fallacy with these tiny, itchy pests.
As anyone in the agriculture business knows whether it be farming or ranching, wild hogs are becoming a bigger problem by the day. They are prolific breeders,they are very hardy and have almost no natural enemy besides man. As an animal behaviorist will tell you they are one of the most intelligent creatures on earth.
Over the last decade they have learned to become nocturnal and learned what food is safe and which is not. They have also learned to avoid traps, making them very difficult to control in any way.