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Hi Kathy.  Just a suggestion here but we used to use mothballs.  We used to spread them on the ground along the outside edges of the barn.  It seemed to be pretty effective in keeping them out.  For some reason snakes don't like mothballs.

Hope this helps.

"Be strong in nature; Gentle in deed."

get rid of the food source

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Thank you I will try the monthballs, it is a lot cheaper than snake away.


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