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To trap an armadillo, set up a cage-style box trap near its burrow. This style of trap is both humane and effective. More »

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To capture an armadillo, use a sturdy metal trap that is large enough to secure the pest. Fencing on both sides of the trap helps guide the armadillo into the cage. More »

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To get rid of armadillos, place something smelly in the areas that need protecting. Examples of things armadillos don't like include mothballs, pine needles and pine mulch. If an armadillo has burrowed in a yard or garde... More »

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There are three basic designs of hog traps: a box trap, a cage trap and a corral trap. The designs that works best depends on budget, portability and how many hogs need to be trapped. Corral traps offer the best design f... More »

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To capture an armadillo, use a sturdy metal trap that is large enough to secure the pest. Fencing on both sides of the trap helps guide the armadillo into the cage. More »

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Tips to follow when making an animal trap include basing the trap size and design on the animal it's intended to catch and hiding any human scent while making the trap. Traps with baits tend to be more effective at lurin... More »

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Make a humane mouse trap with a beer can and a bucket, or build a trap for small mammals out of wood. Both traps use peanut butter as bait. Build a small rabbit snare from thin wire or cord. More »

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