FARNAM HOME & GARDEN #3002613 Milk Jugg Trap
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Farnam Home & Garden #3002613 Milk Jugg Trap

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Rating: 5.0

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(5.0 out of 5, based on 2 reviews)

Turn ordinary plastic jugs into effective insecticide-free flytraps. Insecticide-free, reusable trap with proven fly attractant is an economical way to catch over 35,000 flies per gallon.
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Rating: 5

Good for fly catching!

posted 5 years ago

Excellent for fly catching. But be careful you don't spill the stuff on you, it really, really stinks and then the flies get attacted to you! I have used it at the barn when I had my mare and it worked really good at keeping the flies down!

Pros: works well and is not expensive

Cons: none

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