Mouse and Rat Poison 20kg Sack
As there are many different food sources in the farm environment the addition of Aniseed to the Mouse and Rat Poison (Bromadialone or Difenacoum) is very important.
Aniseed helps to attract Mice and Rats to the grains rather than other food sources.
- Bromadialone = Jade Green Grains
- Difenacoum = Ruby Red Grains
Difenacoum and Bromadialone are multi-feed, synthetic, second-generation anti-coagulant rodenticides.
It kills rats and mice resistant to earlier anticoagulants such as Warfarin.
The active ingredient is formulated on ready to use whole grains containing 0.005%
We sell a variety of bait stations to hold your Mouse and Rat Poison in… check them out here. It is essential that all baits should be well protected from non-target animals.
We now supply a Single Feed premium whole grain & cut wheat – Take a look at the Sapphire Bait here!
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For rat infestations use bait points of 90-100g. Place bait points 10 m apart reducing to 5 m in high infestations. Do not move or disturb bait points for several days after laying bait. If no signs of rat activity are seen near the bait after 7-10 days, move the bait to an area of higher rat activity.
For mouse infestations use bait points of 20-30g. Place bait points 5 m apart reducing to 2 m in high infestations. Mice are very inquisitive and it may help the control program to move baits every 2-3 days at the time when bait points are inspected or topped up.
Make frequent inspections of the bait points during the first 10-14 days and replace any bait eaten by rodents or that has been damaged by water or contaminated by dirt
Think Wildlife CRRU Regulations
To ensure that rodenticides are used correctly and in ways that will minimise the exposure of wildlife it will be more difficult for everyone to buy professional baits in bulk.
New regulations will come in to place from September 2016 once the new stewardship label products come in to stock.
Anyone wishing to purchase stewardship label products will have to provide proof of competence at point-of-sale.
This can be either a certificate from an approved training course on rodent control or, until December 2017 for farmers, up-to-date proof of membership of an assurance scheme whose audited standards include a requirement for safe and effective rodent control. To find out the latest CRRU approved certification and farm assurance schemes please see the Think Wildlife (www.thinkwildlife.org) website. Please see the following link for ways to obtain certification.
If you would like to get ahead of the game and you already have proof of certification or your farm assurance scheme membership please email or post them to us along with these forms:
- CRRU Approved Certification Declaration – This is for anyone with Proof of Competence Certificates
- CRRU Aligned Farm Assurance Scheme Declaration – This is for anyone with an approved Farm Assurance Membership Scheme number