Product Code: 9834 4 lb Container
For thousands of years, man has been confronted with numerous pest problems affecting food supplies and public health. Rats and mice, specifically the Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus), roof rat (R. Rattus), and house mouse (Mus musculus), have contributed to the loss of millions of tons of food and millions of human lives. Voles do extensive damage to grasses, shrubs, trees and more. These little vegetarians can wreck havoc in a yard.
Among the diseases these rodents (rats & mice) spread are plague, salmonellosis, rickettsialpox, bacterial food poisoning, ratbite fever, and leptospirosis. Rats and mice live in close association with man and live off our excess of food, shelter, and water. The explosion in household pets has provided an abundant supply of food for rodents.
Scimetrics has developed a new product to help alleviate rodent problems, kaput rat mouse vole bait. EPA approved KaputŪ Rat & Mouse Bait, Grain Bait for the Control of Rats and Mice and Voles is available to meet your rodent control needs. This bait is highly effective and less likely to result in secondary toxicity to non-target animals. Warfarin has been used in the rodent control industry for over 40 years and remains effective in handling rodent control jobs. Why take chances with more toxic compounds found in products in the marketplace today? Read the testimonials of our customers, then try KaputŪ and achieve your goals while trusting in a dependable product. 4 lb. bucket contains easy to use place packs with green grain bait and Warfarin. Kills Norway & Roof rats, house mice, voles.
Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait is a reduced-risk rodenticide that kills Norway rats, Roof rats, house mice, and voles. The bait is formulated with warfarin - a highly effective anticoagulant with very low environmental and secondary toxicity making it a very good pest control product.
Because warfarin is effective for rat control at low concentrations, it is one of the active ingredients in rodenticides.
However, in cases of accidental ingestion by children or pets, Vitamin K1 is a readily available antidote.
Presented as a loose grain, Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait is packaged in two ounce place packs. Rodents readily accept the bait as a food source because it mimics the grains and seeds that they naturally consume.
The convenient packaging ensures easy application of the bait in appropriate quantities according to your specific needs. The bait can be placed as a whole, unopened package (the specialized design of the packaging material allows the rodent to smell the bait and gnaw through the pack to access it) or as portions if smaller applications are required.
* For best performance, remove other food sources from the area.
* Rats: Apply 2-8 packs per placement in intervals of 15 to 30 feet along infested areas. Maintain bait supply for 10 days.
* Mice: Apply 1-2 bait blocks per placement (or entire package in highly infested areas) in intervals of 8 to 12 feet. Maintain bait supply for 15 days.
* Voles: Apply directly to burrows or runways and cover well to prevent non-target exposure. Maintain bait supply for 15 days.
* Use tamper-resistant bait stations when children, pets, or non-target wildlife are present.
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Q: Can Kaput Rat Mouse Vole Bait harm squirrels?
A: Yes it will harm squirrels if they ingest the bait.
Q: Does it hurt cats that might get the dead voles.
A: There is a very reduced risk of secondary poisoning with this product, I would still keep an eye out for dead mice to collect. But cats usually will not play or ingest the dead ones, Please let me know if I can assist you any further
For best performance, remove other food sources from the area. Rats: 2 - 8 placepacks per bait placement in intervals of 15 - 30 feet in infested areas. Maintain a fresh supply of bait for 15 days.. Mice: Open pack and apply 1/4 to 1/2 ounce of bait per placement at intervals of 8 to 12 feet. Maintain a fresh supply of bait for 15 days. Voles: Open pack and load one ounce (half of a pack) of bait into each bait station. Situate bait stations near runways, burrow openings or plants that voles have been damaging. Maintain a fresh supply of bait for 15 days. Use a tamper-resistant bait station when children, pets, or non-target wildlife are present.