This is what Josh does every morning after feeding the critters and watering the plants. Mice are a big issue in our greenhouse during the winter. They love the warmth of the heating mats, and think that the little seeds we so carefully planted and the tender young greens are a buffet line at a fine dining establishment. During the summer, the doors to the greenhouse are usually open and the feral farm cat can hunt them down, but during the winter, the cat doesn’t venture into the greenhouse (though installing a cat door has been on the to-do list for quite some time). Instead, we use basic mouse traps and peanut butter to try to keep the mice from decimating our seeds. Josh has been faithfully setting traps daily, and so far the damage from mice has been minimal.