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  1. mole traps

    Harf barrals
  2. Been looking to by a few more mole traps. Flat pack charge £100 for 20 plus delivery Anywhere else to look, or are they the best for quality
  3. Thank you, thought it was more complicated than that!!
  4. Hi, Have been given a job for mole trapping in a 10-acre field, but for a client who uses a land agent. They require a copy of my insurance - no problem there, have 5 million They also need my risk assessment and method statement, now not too sure what this actually entails. Can you help please or pm me any examples? ATB Gravy
  5. Live Catch Rabbit Traps

    Can I ask how you use them then? Because most posts here seem to find them rather limiting. I have used in a domestic garden with carrot as bait in/around trap - but mice seem to take them. Have used in fields with the traps set to catch rabbits as they run for home, but again limited success. Would love some top tips Torquemada
  6. Live Catch Rabbit Traps

    Very true, have only had very limited success, young ones tend to go in, but adults are wary
  7. How have you managed all these years, without this vital information!!
  8. Live Catch Rabbit Traps

    Thanks for all the replies. Are the folding ones any good? It would be really handy... PS I once bought a folding fox trap. Never again! I think they are pretty good, and folding flat is great will take some pics tomorrow for you
  9. Live Catch Rabbit Traps

    I have purchased a few before, they came from "the trap man" has a website, but also on ebay. the ones I have fold flat, so really useful for storing
  10. Showing your age now Trappa, O levels have been gone a long long time, lol
  11. Spiders

    Spiders in the garden? That is where they should be, leave alone, it`s nature
  12. Dr5 Duster

    Thank you for the replies. Used a piece of bendy wire, was easier than I thought, but still a faff. As soon as the rubber tube was back on the dust pipe, and could see the tube through the air line hole, the brass connector fitted to hold it in place Seems it pays not to have too much dust in, It was easier to decant the dust out, find the rubber tube and put back.
  13. Scotland Calling.

    Sometimes, even with a family, a move is necessary, granted it is better without, to reduce the impact of schooling, friends etc Good Luck Rowan - hope you have a good log burner for the winter
  14. Had a malfunction whilst doing a wasp nest yesterday, just no dust coming out, eventually after many failed attempts I looked inside the duster and found that the copper pipe that attached from the outlet pipe and should sit in the dust at base had come adrift. Is there an easy way of correcting this? Or is it a case of trying with a long pair of improvised pliers to try and fix through the top where the dust is put in? May be that it should not come off in the first place and even if i do reattach will simply fall off again. Has this happened to you? or am I just unlucky. Any thoughts most welcome Gravy
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