ARREST THAT RAT: THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY RAT CATCHERS, SUSSEX, 1942
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Land Girls Audrey Prickett and Betty Long pre-bait a trap in a hay stack as part of their training at a Sussex farm. The trap is pre-baited with unpoisoned food for three days, which the rat will eat, it's confidence building, on the fourth day, the trap is left empty meaning that the rat is hungry for the fifth day, when the trap is poisoned.
Land Girls Audrey Prickett and Betty Long set a rat trap in a hay stack as part of their training on a Sussex farm during 1942.