What Attracts Mice?

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According to pest control company, Orkin, mice are not attracted to cheese as it has been taught in the past. Mice actually “prefer to consume grains, fruits and seeds…they prefer foods that are higher in carbohydrates. Chocolate may be more effective bait for mice than cheese. However, domestic mice are indiscriminate and will consume any food source available to them.”
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Rats and mice are in a constant quest to fuel their basic needs. Mostly this means they want easy to access food. However, they can also seek out warm shelter when it is cold out. If you are trying to trap or catch them, cheese and/or peanut butter is best. You can find more information here: http://www.greenshield.com/what-attracts-vermin.html
Grains, nuts, and all sorts of human food attract mice. They especially love peanuts and peanut butter. They will eat cheese, but it isn't their favorite food. You can find more information here: http://www.greenshield.com/what-attracts-vermin.html
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