- A Highly Effective Whole Wheat Grain
- Extremely Palatable
- Sold In 2 x 1.5kg Tubs
*IMPORTANT CHANGES TO RODENT BAITS SHOWN IN DATASHEETS SECTION*
These 50g sachets of grain bait are made of premium quality cereal baits and are used by the professionals.
For use against rats; place several sachets, unopened, inside a lockable rat bait station (available below), and position a rat bait station every 10m apart, or 5m in heavy infestations. The sachets have a hole punched into them to enable them to be hung on the metal rod within the rat bait station/box. Do not move or disturb the bait station for several days, as rats are very nervous of new objects. If no bait is taken after several days, try another location.
For use against mice; place a sachet, unopened, inside a lockable mouse bait box (available below), and position a mouse bait station every 5m apart, or 3m in heavy infestations. Mice are very inquisitive, so it's a good idea to move the mouse bait boxes every few days, upon inspection. Replenish where necessary.
The poison will need to be eaten several times and will take between 5-7 days for the rodent to die.
Contains: Bromadiolone 0.005% w/w BPR UK-2015-0931
Please ensure you protect rodenticides from access by children and non target animals.
Feefo Reviews - Average 0% (1 reviews)
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||Find the small packets very annoying 'cos when you open them the grains tend to fall all over the place and then you have to pick them up. And then you have to dispose of all the packets. Loose pellets in the tub with a scoop worked much better. You could use as much or as little as you wanted.... Read More. Find the small packets very annoying 'cos when you open them the grains tend to fall all over the place and then you have to pick them up. And then you have to dispose of all the packets. Loose pellets in the tub with a scoop worked much better. You could use as much or as little as you wanted. Suspect it's to do with health and safety but picking up the stray pellets is not particularly safe. Did anyone tesst them?||
Yes, we agree totally. The powers that be decided it would be a good idea to remove all loose bait from the market and put grain in throwbags, which we feel gives the Rats/Mice even more ability to remove the whole bag from site. This is completely out of our control im afraid :(
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