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Posted by: ApophisWadjet at Wed May 10 10:55:13 2017  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ApophisWadjet ]  
   

Hello, all! I am new here, I was wondering about something. I have a mole/vole problem in my yard. It's actually the whole neighborhood, but the rest of them can fend for themselves! :-p I was wondering about releasing some full-grown native snake species in my yard, preferably right by a tunnel hole so they go right in. I want to make sure they're full grown so my cats leave them alone (lazy bastards get field mice but not the moles!) and they're big enough to desire trying to eat multiple of the little pestilential rodents. I live in the Midwest on the Mississippi about an hour south of the WI border, so I was thinking corns and rats and milks. Any suggestions on the viability of this idea, and if so where I can buy full-growns and not young ones?


   

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