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I know your not supposed to leave grain in the bag if you have critters and I have mice, so what should I keep my grain in? I was thinking of washing an old trash can out and putting it in there.
Opinions? If you have another idea please share, but I don't want to spend Micmac money on it either.

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Anything you can make bug-proof and critter-proof. Mine is in a large steel professional toolchest. I added foam weatherstripping around the lid for a tight seal.
 

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I use plastic trash cans for mine. If you have a big rodent problem you might want to get metal trash cans.
 

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I use plastic trash cans with clip down lids that won't come off easily
 

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Another trash cans with lids user here. Barn cats are also on my anti-rodent defense team.
 

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I love the old freezer chest, I can keep 4 bags of grain in there. Nothing can get in it or tip it over.
 
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