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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by bertunzo, Dec 31, 2016.
anyone have advice on how to get rid of minks? im new here
G’Day from down under bertunzo Welcome and Happy New Year!
Living in Aus I do not have any experience with Minks but if you search for Minks in the Advanced Search option and/or post on the Predators and Pests Forum I am sure you will get some advice.
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I've never had a mink problem but that link Teila gave you should help you out.
Thanks for joining us!
I am glad you joined us! I have never had a mink problem, but a great link by @Teila . I hope you enjoy BYC, best wishes!
must be summer there very cold here in wisconsin usa
Yep .. predicted maximum today is 93F [34C] ..I'm melting! lol
You may want to post on the "Predator threads," for advice and suggestions of getting rid of your mink problem. Would be great if you could trap them and get some money for the pelts. I imagine that is if your state allows it. They can get through small holes, so best fencing would be 1/2" hardware cloth or even 1/4" but, has to be securely affixed to framework. Also wire underneath your run, and cover on top, and all gapes at gates etc. closed in. Minks and weasels, often like to slaughter entire flocks and may behead or just suck blood from the victims. They are downright nasty.
ya the heads are allways missing im going to check out traps tried rat traps and the traps disappeared tried poison it was gone but still finding dead ckickens and chickens are laying a lot less eggs too thanks for replying
Hello from Northwest Louisiana. I am building my coop by altering an old swing set. Following/copying someone's example online. Still unsure of what breed I will get, but I want something very friendly. I will not eat them, even if they stop laying eggs.