Fruit flies cry fowl! While this folk art chicken roosts on your countertop, the lure inside is secretly enticing fruit flies to enter through the hole in the bottom, never to return to their annoying ways. This charming chicken is ready to perch near your fruit bowl or compost crock. Only you will know it's hard at work! Eco-friendly — no plastic traps to throw away. Over 6" high! Includes 3 lures.
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from Salem, NH
Cute chicken that works great with the fruit fly lures. No one would guess that it isn't just a pretty kitchen ornament.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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What a relief.
By First-time worm farmer
Ceramic fruit fly trap w/lures is bigger than I expected, but did the job well.
The chicken is big enough it looks like it belongs on the kitchen counter.
Kitschy & Cute
from Pittsburgh, PA
Arrived in one piece, and has been set up for a little bit. It does trap fruit flies! We'd been just using a pilsner glass with cider vinegar, dawn and water ( which does work as well ), but this little chicken is a great deal more discreet/attractive than a glass setting out with an inch of dead-fly-amber-solution. This little chicken is a great help.
from Burlington, vt
Works great, super cute. Caught 8 w/in first 6 hours.
I love this chicken!
from Benson, Vt
It really works and is cute too!
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from Pleasant Plains, Illinois
It works as I expect it to while fitting in with the decor
from Federal Way, WA
This chicken container is so cute, and works wonders on catching the fruit flies. Mix the lure with water, pour into the bottom of the chicken container, then add the top.I put the chicken on my window sill in the kitchen, and checked daily. I have not seen any fruit flies lately, but I have 12 drowned fruit flies in the liquid at the bottom of the chicken. Yea! A fabulous product.
I would not buy this again. It caught one fruit fly.
from Monroe, Ct
The Lure turned moldy after three days. The flies landed on the outside of the chicken. Only one found inside. I had it on the kitchen counter next to a bowl of fruit and tomatoes. The saving grace—-the chicken is cute, but it does not work at all.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Sicklerville, NJ
Didn't catch even one fruit fly. One had the audacity to sit near it. I hink I heard laughing. Maybe that was me. I don't even like chickens. Apparently fruit flies don't either.
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