We all need to eat.
People in cities who live in a concrete jungle have the world at their fingertips. The corner market may offer selections from all the corners of the world. People in rural America may not have as much diversity at their fingertips, but they probably have dirt under their fingernails from a DIY lifestyle. No matter where you live, this is the season of renewal and many are ready to plant seeds and grow something. Farming is no longer relegated to rural America. Neither are mice.
Whether you are dealing with thousands of acres, tons of seed, and a barn full of equipment, or if you only have a packet of seeds, a pair of gardening gloves and a flower box outside your window, you may be competing for resources with some pesky pests. Mice may have been holed up for winter, contributing to an 'out of sight out of mind' mentality, but don't let this lull you into a false sense of security. Making homes out of seasonal items is just one of the ways mice have found to successfully survive alongside humans. If you begin to notice frayed threads and holes on your gardening gloves or damage to the seat stuffing and coverings in your lawn mowers or farm implements, you probably have a rodent problem.
Mice cause millions of dollars in agricultural losses every year! From damaging equipment to eating seed to contaminating harvests, a rodent infestation is a serious problem. Using a natural rodent repellent like Fresh Cab is a win-win for anyone interested in agriculture because it not only keeps the mice away, it is made from natural ingredients too. You won't have to worry about any chemical pesticides affecting your efforts. Fresh Cab uses plant fibers and essential oils to put off a scent that repels mice. The federal EPA has registered Fresh Cab as safe and effective for getting rid of rats and mice indoors and in enclosed spaces, meaning it is perfect for use in storage spaces, garden sheds, tractor cabs and farm buildings (just to name a few).
Whether you are an urban or rural farmer, protect your investment from mice with the original rodent repellent, Fresh Cab.