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J.F. Oakes Announces Modification to Minigard Bait Station

The station has been modified with a “peg” to hold wax block and pasta type rodenticides in place more securely.

| February 12, 2010

YAZOO CITY, Miss. — J.F.Oakes announced a modification to its Minigard Bait Station. The station has been modified with a “peg” to hold wax block and pasta type rodenticides in place more securely.

Also, each case of Minigard Bait Stations now contain service record labels for easy record keeping. Minigard Bait Stations are durable, economical, easy and safe to use, J.F. Oakes reports.Minigards can also be used with insecticide gels for roaches, ants, silverfish and crickets.

Minigards are an open-ended bait station with a small, compact design to be used in a variety of locations

For more information visit www.jfoakes.com.
 

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