A true block-bait containing the anti-coagulant poison brodifacoum. Most suitable for controlling rats, but also effective against mice.
Place blocks in bait station and observe bait take. Replace blocks that become more than 50% eaten to minimise the chance of blocks being removed from bait stations. Maintain the supply of blocks until bait is no longer eaten.
Where continuous control is required, maintain a steady supply of blocks, replacing uneaten blocks at monthly intervals to ensure bait remains fresh.
Unlike egg-shaped baits, Pestoff Rodent Blocks cannot be rolled away and are manufactured with a hole in the middle so they can be easily nailed down to prevent ‘stealing and burying away from the site’.
• Control rats and mice
• True block-bait - contains brodifacoum
• Hole in middle for easy securing
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Pestoff rat bait.
4 months ago2019-10-14T20:59:28+00:00
This bait is square so difficult for rats to move. It has a hole so it is easy to nail, or thread through a wire. Perhaps not quite as attractive to rats as another brand, but they still eat it and die. Economical, and it works.
Kept the rat population down
7 months ago2019-07-25T22:26:32+00:00
We were using Pestoff in the past but then got lax in refilling the bait stations. Soon we noticed a huge increase in rat population on our rural property. We started being diligent again and we haven’t seen a rat since.
9 months ago2019-05-21T19:45:34+00:00
Pretty good price for the amount you get, although the blocks are quite brittle and break easily so it doesn’t take much for the rats to chew through and take the whole bait.
10 months ago2019-04-28T21:30:29+00:00
Very good and strong solved our rodent problem finery
about 1 year ago2019-02-13T08:05:59+00:00
A whole village of ratties were nesting down the bottom of our section, so Pestoff to the rescue. Two and a half blocks and wallah!! - all gone. Now I know what to do with a ratfaced fink when I meet one.