SURRY, Maine – On a recent sunny day, Kate Tomkins bent over and scooped up a handful of old mouse bedding that she had gotten from the nearby Jackson Laboratory. The Brooksville resident put her nose to the mixture of wood shavings, tiny wood chips and mouse scat, and exclaimed that its scent was almost sweet. “If you give it a smell right now, it doesn’t smell bad,” she said.

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