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Use with caution for other animals
on April 14, 2011
Make a rat bait container. Buy large size black PVC pipes about 4" wide(so you can get your hand in to change the bait). Have the hardware store cut each bait tube about 18" long.
Drill a hole on one side of the tube towards the center and a hole parallel on the other side so that a long thin metal stake ( used for holding down drip system hoses) or BBQ skewer can be inserted straight through the tube. Thread the stake through one side to the other catching the rat poison bait blocks inside the tube like a shish kabob. This way other animals are less likely to reach into the tube and get it and the rats HAVE TO EAT IT THERE and they can't haul it off to another location that may injure family pets. It's also easy to reload more bait in this tube.