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Kness Introduces Nara Lure Rodent Attractant

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The attractant complements the company’s Snap-E Mouse Trap.

| July 10, 2014


ALBIA, Iowa — Kness, manufacturer of rodent control products since 1924, introduces Nara Lure, an attractant that complements the company’s Snap-E Mouse Trap. The new attractant is allergen free and safe to use around food products, thus making it an ideal solution for food industry rodent control and monitoring, Kness reports. Nara Lure does not attract non-target insects, is durable and last up to three months. For more information visit www.kness.com.
 

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