tag_id=45^tt=pests^product_id=90 Corn Snakes

Corn Snakes

Pest Identification

Corn Snakes are a species of rat snake. They get there name from being near grain areas where mice and rats feed off of the grain.  These snakes will help keep the rodent population down  on your property. They are anywhere from two feet to 6 feet in length and have a very docile nature. They can sometimes resemble a copperhead snake, but are very reluctant to bite. They are not very common in Vermont.

Do you have Corn Snakes?

Our Method of Success

The control of this snake could be difficult if the food supply is plentiful and if the conditions allow them to the harbor near a structure.  Our snake professional will come out, assess the area, and determine harborage and will physically remove the snakes found.

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