Kness Pest Defense: Ants-No-More Ant Bait Station


July 5, 2024



Stop ants at the source: The Ants-No-More Ant Bait Station offers an efficient and versatile solution for ant infestations both indoors and outdoors. Easily install these stations by inserting them into the ground wherever foraging ants are a nuisance: around homes, buildings, shrubs or planter boxes. Its multiple entry holes allow for increased movement in and out of the trap, leading to a quicker elimination of the colony. Foraging ants enter the bait station, retrieve the bait from one of two compartments, and transport it back to their nest. This targeted approach eradicates the colony at its source, providing comprehensive and long-lasting relief from ant problems.

About Kness Pest Defense

Per company history, the Ketch-All was invented by a young, widowed father of six, Austin Enos “Brick” Kness, in 1924. Mice were prevalent at the high school in which Kness was a custodian, “and led him to the idea of the ‘box’ trap. He built the first trap from a square oilcan, a Tuxedo Tobacco can, a spring from a curtain rod, and the wood base of a crate. The first night he set his trap, he captured five mice.

“He was elated and showed the teachers and his friends. He was encouraged to build others for his friends and to seek a patent. By 1927, Kness Mfg. Co. was formed to produce the KetchAll Automatic Mousetrap and another of Kness’ inventions, the RotoBow tree saw.”

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