Maple Syrup Producers

To maple producers, damages caused by squirrels are very common and can be considerable. Fortunately, there is a simple, effective and environmental solution, namely the trap 3-10 for squirrels of Ouell’s Traps!


Squirrels are numerous in North America’s forests. They particularly love sugar bushes, where they are also ravaging, especially by:

  • Nibbling the tubing
  • Carrying away sap spouts
  • causing significant production losses
  • Requiring considerable effort to stop them

Also note that traditional poison or firearm methods can cause significant environmental damages and are time and labor consuming

Ouell’s solution

Ouell’s trap for squirrel 3-10 offers an advantageous solution and many benefits for maple syrup producers:

  • High efficiency
  • Simple and safe operation
  • No poison in the sap
  • Production losses avoided
  • Durable and reusable traps


Number of damaged trees:
Average hourly wage:
Repair time:
Estimated production losses in gallons ($5 per gallon):

The amount of your losses is:

*The total amount includes spout costs

Traps for Harmful animals

310 Trap

Easy to install with lever. Very safe. Conforms to international standards without cruelty. Recommanded and certified by the ministère de la Forêt, de la Faune et des Parcs.

1. Open back door and put in bait, close door.
2. Pull up the lever and hook the security bracket.
3. Install the stem on the trigger and remove the security bracket.
Also for weasel, mink, red, grey and black squirrels, skunk and muskrat.
Size : 11 in X 6 in X 5 in   Weight : 1.8 lbs

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Did you know ?

The use of the various trapping devices is regulated with a view to ensuring that animals are killed quickly or are held in a manner that prevents them from causing themselves needless injury. For certain species and certain types of traps, only traps "certified" compliant with these international humane trapping standards (IHTS) are allowed to be used.
See the internationnal standards of traps by the ministère Forêts, Faune et Parcs (MFFP).