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What To Do About Field Mice?

Mice don’t usually harm people, but any animal that invades your home uninvited is a nuisance. When mice nest in your walls or in your basement, you need a way to evict them without causing harm to their young. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to get rid of mice. There are several different types of traps you can use to catch mice, and you should consider their method of operation to determine which method of mouse trap is best for you.

Field mice are seemingly everywhere this time of year, and you can’t help but notice them scurrying around your home and garden in search of food. They’re cute, small, and even considered pets by some people, but field mice can cause extensive damage to your property and contaminate food. While field mice are not technically rats, they can spread disease, so it’s important to know how to get rid of field mice.

Common FAQ’s About Field Mice

1.What do field mice eat?

2.What to do about field mice in house?

3.Field mice vs house mice?

4.How to get rid of field mice in house?

5.How long do field mice live?

Tips for Getting Rid of Field Mice

Buy mice traps

You have a problem in your home, and you need a solution. That problem could be mice, or it could be other pests. Either way, you can buy traps. The traps you buy will depend on what kind of problem you have. But with mice, you have two options: snap traps and glue traps.

Freeze field mice with antifreeze

If you are ever looking to kill some mice, a tried-and-true method is to place some antifreeze into a trap. The mice will be attracted to the sweet-smelling liquid, pop in for a quick drink, and drown. Next, place the full trap outside and freeze overnight. The mice will wake up frozen to death.

Use traps with peanut butter

When mice and rats get into your house, you can face a serious hazard to your health and your living environment. Mice spread disease with their urine and feces, which can also cause allergies. Rats can harm your property by chewing and gnawing, and gnawed electrical wires can cause fires. You can eliminate mice and rats by trapping them as they try to get into your home. For the best trap results, use traps set near food sources or where they congregate.

Seal holes around your property

Mice and other small furry rodents may not seem like a big deal, but they can be very annoying, especially if they come inside your home. And mice can spread disease through their urine and feces, so you must take steps to get rid of them quickly. One of the easiest ways to get rid of mice is to seal up any holes or cracks in your home’s exterior. Before you seal up holes, make sure mice aren’t already inside.

Use mice repellent

Mice are the annoying little creatures that can invade your home and wreak havoc. They like to live outdoors in warm climates and prefer warm, damp places, making them difficult to avoid inside your home. Fortunately, there are several ways to get rid of mice, including mouse repellents.

Set out traps with bait

Field mice can be a pesky pest. They burrow in and under your property, and they can chew through electrical wires. They can also damage your attic, attic insulation, and walls, and you might find droppings and scat around your property. The best way to get rid of field mice is to set traps with bait.

Make field mice holes

Field mice are parts of nature that can sometimes be a nuisance around your home. Field mice holes are places where rodents like to hide, make nests, and generally create a mess. But, you do not have to put up with field mice holes around your property. Making field mice holes or droppings can help you get rid of field mice.

Move field mice

Many people complain about mice entering their homes, but in most cases, no field mice are needed. However, if you have field mice and want them gone, several options exist. You can trap them (and release them elsewhere) or use poison, but the problem with those options is that you can’t be sure they won’t come back. The best option is to relocate them, but that’s easier said than done.

Install lights on poles

You want to get rid of field mice. You know the drill: lots of noise, lots of feces, lots of weird smells. And to top it off, the field mice will chew any surface to their satisfaction. However, there are ways you can get rid of the field mice without poisoning them. You can poison them, of course, but that can be messy and hazardous to children and pets. Another option is to install lights above the tops of the field mice’s hideouts. They won’t be able to see where they’re going, and the noise from these lights is enough to scare them away.

Field mice are a common pest problem. They love to kick back at night and eat food out of trash cans and are sensitive to electrical wires, so they leave an unsightly mess and can cause serious damage to homes and buildings. Field mice tend to nest in tunnels under sheds, porches, garages, and foundations. They can chew through electrical wires and insulation, causing costly electrical fires.

Synergy Pests is a revolutionary pest control company with a big idea: Instead of treating your home and lawn with toxic chemicals, they attack the problem from the inside. All of their technicians are trained and certified to use Eco Smart pest control methods, which are based on the idea that chemicals are a last resort, not a first resort.


Treating your mice humanely is the best course of action. One way you can do this is by getting rid of their food sources. Mice usually go for food that is sweet, greasy, or fatty, so keep all spices, cooking oil, and fatty foods out of the house. They may also be attracted to pet food, so dispose of any leftover pet food immediately. Another way to get rid of mice is by using a mouse trap. Different mice traps have different triggers, so make sure you find one that works.

Synergy² Pest Control Jackson MS

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Barry Pitts, Synergy² Owner

Barry Pitts, Synergy² Owner

Pharmacist and Synergy² Pest owner, Barry Pitts, is a long-time Madison, MS resident with a passion for applying advanced scientific pest principles to pest control services in the Jackson metro area.  Combining exceptional customer service with cutting-edge pest control technology allows Synergy² to provide residents of the Jackson metro area with the highest levels of pest control available today.

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