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Mice are very common creatures. We find them scurrying across the floors of our kitchens, in our attics, digging through our gardens, and running through farms. They may be small, but the damage they are capable of causing is widespread.
While some people like to keep them as pets, others like to keep them off of their property. There are many ways to get rid of mice, but sometimes the best first step is to get to know a little more about them. From there, it may be easier to decide which method is best for you.
Read on to learn more about mice and how you can take steps to get rid of them.
The most well-known species of mouse is the common house mouse. They are found all over the world and are usually five to eight inches long with hairless tails. They only live in the wild for about a year, but sometimes less. You can recognize them by their larger ears, light brown or gray fur, and small black eyes.
Mice like to live close to humans because they often rely on us for food and shelter. During the colder weather, they tend to make their way inside homes for warmth. They will construct nests in small, dark, quiet spaces. These can be between walls, in closets, attics, storage areas, and more.
While mice are naturally herbivores who eat seeds, grains, fruit, and vegetables, they are also opportunists and scavengers. Since they live in such close proximity to humans, they will eat any scraps we leave behind.
Mice are most active at twilight or during the night. They typically confine their activity to a close range of their home.
As young as six weeks, a mouse will begin reproducing. Females give birth to litters that are five to six babies large. They may have as many as ten litters each year.
Various Mice-Catching Methods
There are several different kinds of mouse traps that exist today. We have come a long way since the original wooden mouse trap, and now we have many options to cater to our unique situations. Aside from the bucket traps we have discussed here, check out some of these other options.
Electric Mouse Traps
Electric mouse traps are a method those who want to kill rodents use. These kinds of traps deliver a powerful surge of electricity to shock mice, quickly killing them. Although not everyone wants to kill the animals they catch, it is nice to know that these shocks rarely cause the animals any pain – they work fast enough that the mice don’t feel anything.
Plastic Snap Traps
Plastic snap traps are just like the original wooden snap traps, but better. The wooden traps are hard to set and break easily. Typically, when the wooden traps caught something you would just throw the whole trap away. The plastic traps are much more durable and are reusable. The plastic versions are known to close much faster.
Catch and Release Traps
There are few different kinds of traps that fall into this category. Even the bucket traps can be categorized as catch and release. Traps that fall here are things like Havahart cages and plastics traps. These are all great humane options for anyone who wants to catch the mice in their yard and relocate them instead of killing them.
Glue traps are basically boards or sheets that have an extremely sticky side where you literally catch mice. Some of them are scented with smells like peanut butter to attract mice. Once they step on the sticky substance, they are stuck for good. The idea here is that once they get stuck, you just throw the entire trap away with the mouse. This is a fine way to catch mice, however, it’s meant to kill mice through starvation, which isn’t very humane.
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Ever heard the phrase “build a better mouse trap?” Well that’s phrase is now obsolete because there is no better mouse trap than this!
The bucket mouse trap catches many mice in a single trap and does not need to be reset between mice. It’s also so simple to make that you probably already have all the parts needed lying around your garage.
Never purchase commercial mouse traps or poison again!
Build a Bucket Mousetrap
So you’ve decided to take care of your mouse problem the bucket way!
You’ll just need a few items to make this quick trap.
Assemble your Soldiers:
- 5 Gallon Bucket
- Dowel – metal is best but wood will work (try a metal clothes hanger)
- Tin can (pop can works fine)
- Peanut butter
- Scrap of wood for ramp
- Drill holes at the top of the bucket, on 2 opposite sides
- Drill holes in the middle of each flat side of a soda can
- Insert a dowel through the bucket holes and the soda can holes, to end up with a unit that looks like the image.
- Bait with peanut butter and add a ramp for the mice to get up.
- Fill the bottom few inches with water if you plan to kill the mice, or leave it if you want to release them somewhere or feed them live to your snake!
The trap works when a mouse at the top of the ramp tries to jump onto the tin can to eat the bait. The mouse’s weight throws the can into motion, which bucks the mouse off into the bucket below.
Several readers have asked about the green liquid in the bottom of the pail. Some bucket mouse trappers use antifreeze in their pails. It helps “preserve” the mice, preventing them from rotting and creating a huge odor problem. This might be necessary if you’re trapping mice in a vacation cabin or bug out shelter which you won’t visit for months at a time. It will also make sure the liquid does not freeze in an unheated building.
There are tons of alternative designs for the bucket mouse trap. Every single one’s been discussed in the comments sections. I’m going to outline my favorite variations here.
Bucket Rat Trap
What works for mice also works for rats, but rats can escape from a 5 gallon bucket so use a 55 gallon drum instead. For a drowning trap use at least 6 inches of water in the bottom.
This bucket mouse trap’s being used in a chicken house. Mice are a big problem for chicken keepers since they love to fatten themselves on those expensive little chicken pellets.
The biggest disadvantage of this trap is you need to reset it after every 2 mice it catches. It’s also likely that your chickens will knock your delicate planks down.
But what I do like about this design is that this bucket is square. Meaning it can be mounted on that 2×4 behind it. So you can hang your trap up in a shed or coop, it doesn’t have to take up floor place.
Also – did you know that chickens will eat mice? I’ve seen a chicken swallow a mouse whole.
Catch Multiple Mice in Less Space
Since I first wrote this article in 2012, I’ve observed numerous new mouse trap designs come to market. But very few can catch multiple mice without being reset.
My favorite so far is this mouse condo design. It’s tiny – way smaller than the bucket mouse trap – and cheap. It doesn’t need to be reset, and can hold numerous mice. It’s also got a big window so you can see when the trap is full. Best of all it’s (mostly) made from metal so it’s durable.
This trap is a “humane” trap – meaning it doesn’t kill the mice. You’ll have to drive them out to the landfill or something to release them. Or feed them to your snake.
It’s also the best performing humane trap on the market, although it still doesn’t perform quite as well as kill traps do. If you want to try it out, here’s the link to the Amazon listing.
Mouse Trap Links:
- “Mouse Roller” – one company made the dowel portion of the mouse bucket trap for you. Outer sheath rotates along a central axis. Make sure you have the right width bucket though; it apparently won’t work on standard 5 gallon size.
- Live Catch Cage Trap – a very popular no-kill trap that doesn’t just catch mice. Works on rats, squirrels, weasels and moles. Might catch your pet too, but it won’t hurt them.
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RinneTraps - Flip N Slide Mouse Trap - 5 Gallon Bucket
The Flip N Slide Mouse/Rat Trap
Turn an ordinary 5-gallon bucket into the best trap on the market. No more dealing with 1 time use traps that are often ineffective and unsanitary. With our new Flip N' Slide bucket lid all you have to do is snap it on to a standard sized 5-gallon bucket and boom you're catching mice and rats.
Why buy the Flip N Slide over conventional traps?
- Proven higher catch rate. In a quantitative test, we setup 5 different traps in a barn infested with Mice/Rats. We used the same bait for each and set them up all in a row in order to receive accurate results. The test concluded that the Flip N’ Slide had beaten the other “Multi Catch” traps by almost 4x
- Automatically resets and holds upwards of 30 mice and 10+ medium sized Rats; Unlike conventional traps which only catch 1 or 2
- No mess that you must clean up afterwards; simply release or dump your friendly intruders outside(Far away from your house preferably)
- Reusable: The Flip N' Slide is not a one and done throwaway product. You can use our trap repeatedly without having to toss it out.
- Flip N Slide Bucket Lid
- Flip N Slide Counter Weighted Plank
- 2 Piece Ramp
- Instructional Guide
(NOTE): 5 Gallon Bucket is NOT included
Pick up a 5-Gal Bucket for as low as $2.96 at your local (Home Depot, Lowes, ace hardware or even Walmart)
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