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J.F. Oakes’ Minigard Bait Station Now Improved

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The mighty Minigard Bait Station is now mightier.

| November 18, 2010

Yazoo City, Miss. — J.F.Oakes’ Minigard Bait Stations have been improved. The mighty Minigard Bait Station is now mightier — it has been modified with a “peg” to hold wax block type rodenticides in place more securely. Minigards can also be used with insecticide gels for roaches, ants, silverfish and crickets.

Additionally, each case of Minigard Bait Stations now contains service record labels for easy record keeping. Minigard Bait Stations are durable, economical and easy to use. Minigards are an open ended bait station with a small, compact design to be used in a variety of locations: behind hot water heaters, refrigerators, washer and dryers, along pipes, in tight spaces, and out of the way placement to prevent children, dogs, cats, etc. from getting into the bait.

For more information visit www.jfoakes.com.
 

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