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J.F.Oakes Offers Pro-Pest Professional Lure for Rodents

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The bait contains no known allergens, according to manufacturer J.F. Oakes.

| March 10, 2010

YAZOO CITY, Miss. — Pro-Pest Professional Lures for Rats & Mice contains no known allergens and can be used in schools, day care centers and food processing plants, according to manufacturer J.F. Oakes.  Pro-Pest Professional Lures for Rats & Mice is made from 100% food-grade materials, contains no peanuts and no pesticides. 

The MSDS sheet is available at www.jfoakes.com or email sales@jfoakes.com to request a copy.

Pro-Pest Professional Lures for Rats & Mice (one product for both) works on snap traps, glue boards, multi-catch units, tin cats, live animals traps, and in rodent bait stations to enhance bait acceptance.

For additional information, visit www.jfoakes.com or email sales@jfoakes.com.

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