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Pro-Pest Squirrel Lure Now Available in Summer Formula

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The complete product line of Pro-Pest Professional Lures contains no known allergens and is made from 100% food-grade materials.

| July 1, 2011

Yazoo City, Miss. — J. F. Oakes’ Pro-Pest Professional Wildlife Lure now offers a Summer formulation for the Squirrel Lure, allowing all-year trapping of this wildlife nuisance pest.

The complete product line of Pro-Pest Professional Lures contains no known allergens and is made from 100% food-grade materials.

Other Pro-Pest Professional Wildlife Lures are available for Raccoons, Skunks/Opossums, Woodchuck/Groundhogs, and Rabbits. Also available, Pro-Pest Professional Rodent Lure for Rats & Mice — one product for both rats and mice.

For more information, visit www.jfoakes.com.
 

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