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All Seasons Monolith Feeders #7997842 10/04/20 04:23 PM
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We have two monolith feeders and both of them have had issues with what we think are ants building a mound up through the base and then chewing through the wires. Anyone else have this issue? How did you resolve the issue?

Re: All Seasons Monolith Feeders [Re: Jeromy S] #7997919 10/04/20 06:07 PM
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Re: All Seasons Monolith Feeders [Re: Jeromy S] #7998783 10/05/20 02:22 PM
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How big is the freaking mound?! It's got to be 18-20" up in that base. Might try Sevin Dust inside that thing. And chewing through the wires seems odd, no issues with mine at all.

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