Our NEW TrapMan feral drop traps are back in stock today, larger than before with a folding design which packs down to a manageable size for carrying and transport
Cut to size welded wire,
photo shows the weighty items placed on the “flap” to secure the “hinge” tent pegs can also be used on soft earth
Bait the trap towards the back near to the hinge but not too near as to enable the cats to reach in through the mesh to retrieve the bait
J Clips finally after struggling with suppliers for years we’re bit the bullet and started production of our own small J clips suitable for cage repair and building
Designed for joining 16g – 14g wire mesh together ideal for making or repairing cages
0.8mm thick galvanised steel to resist rust, British made in our own factory.
These close to 4mm inside diameter 8.5mm wide with good wrap around for secure mesh fastening
Best used with our black handled J clip pliers
Place baitboxes inside the perimeter at 10ft spacing, check every week and replenish as necessary, keep baiting until no more bait is taken then check every month.
Don’t touch the boxes unless you need to replenish
Check by using a camera phone looking inside the entrance.
Nail three plastic rat traps to a floorboard and place against the wall bait with chocolate covered raisins cover the traps with an upturned bread crate, cabbage crate or storage box to ensure other animals cannot access the traps
Family 14″ rat traps back in stock.
We’ve waited far too long and now they’re back just in time for this year which is promising to be the worst year on record for rat infestations, partly due to the new rodenticide regulations which came into force on 1st March and a warm 2017 winter causing an explosion of rats in all areas of the UK
BASC showcase our mink trap
At the recent Game Fair BASC used one of our mink traps to show its use combined with a mink raft
New TrapMan distributor in Finland
We’re please to announce www.korpimetso.com as our Finnish distributor.
Trapman loukkujen jakelu ja myynti suomessa
NEW batch of larsen traps returning from the platers, Milo checking quality before having a nap between running after the ball
Look what Milo does most of the working day
Just sent some new rabbit show cages to the zinc platers, these rabbit pens have large hinged doors
Still got to cut and punch the galvanised divisions and they should be ready to go out next week