Mice plague and bird deaths

To: "Ross Macfarlane" <>
Subject: Mice plague and bird deaths
From: "Tony Keene" <>
Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 14:49:22 +0000
Definitely not a 'try-at-home' job - just wondering why manufacturers don't do 
it. The old method used round our way probably wouldn't work on plague 
proportions - a mixture of icing sugar and plaster of Paris. Apparently, they 
can't taste the plaster and wolf it down in large enough amounts to set.


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