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Pestoff Rodent Pellets 350g & Bait Feeder

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A pelletised cereal bait containing the anti-coagulant poison brodifacoum, proven to be highly effective for eradicating rats and mice.

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Product overview

Product overview

A pelletised cereal bait containing the anti-coagulant poison brodifacoum, proven to be highly effective for eradicating rats and mice.

Place the bait in Pestoff Dead Rat Café or Pestoff Departure Lounge bait stations using approximately 1/4 cup per bait station for mice and 1 cup per bait station for use against rats. Check bait stations daily and replenish the bait supply until bait ceases to be taken.

Most rodents should die within 3-5 days from the commencement of feeding.

Repeat at frequent intervals to deal with re-infestation.

FEATURES
• Effective against rats and mice - contains brodifacoum
• Pestoff Bait Feeder included
• Pelletised cereal bait

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Customer questions

Questions and answers

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q: Is this unit big enough for rats? (hard to tell with this photo)
a: Yes it is.
By Trade Tested on August 12, 2019
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q: Will this harm cats that eat rodents who have dined on your baits?
a: It's very unlikely if the following precautions are followed: Even small amounts of brodifacoum consumed by pets can cause them adverse health effects and therefore every sensible precaution should be taken to minimize their risk of exposure by way of either primary or secondary poisoning (eating a dead rat). So: Use bait stations which prevent access to baits by pets and children. Keep baiting periods short (about 1 week) and infrequent. Collect and dispose of dead rodent bodies. Don't allow dogs to roam and scavenge. Keep pets well fed and under reasonable watch. Cats which are well fed will not eat rat or possum baits and their limited capacity to consume rodents combined with their higher resistance to brodifacoum, limits their risk. A single dead rat could contain 0.4mg of brodifacoum if it ate 20 grams of bait. A small 8kg dog with an LD50 of 1mg/kg would need to eat 20 of these rats but less than half that number could cause a prolonged period of ill health. The risk for cats is similarly small, although they have a higher resistance to brodifacoum. It is impossible to predict where poisoned animals will die. However, this is very often outside and when they die in ceiling space or wall cavities, the smell tends to last only a week or so.
By Trade Tested on August 12, 2019
Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Nic Nelson

Pestoff Rodent pellets

2 months ago

2019-07-21T02:08:24+00:00

Seem to work well - no mess and easy to handle.

Roddiz Auckland

Vermin

4 months ago

2019-05-24T01:51:13+00:00

Working well. Keeps also the poison from the cats

Easty Canterbury

Quick and effective

4 months ago

2019-05-23T20:16:03+00:00

Took just 3 days from seeing plenty of mouse activity and putting the first feed out to a noticeable drop in bait consumption. A week later all feeding has stopped and there is no sign of any ongoing rodent activity.

Bri blake Wellington

ratbait

4 months ago

2019-05-19T05:08:50+00:00

good product

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