Fastrac Soft Bait ( 4 lb pail )
Fastrac Soft Bait is fast-acting soft bait that kills anticoagulant resistant Norway rats, Roof rats, and House mice.
An acute bait, Fastrac Soft Bait will knock the rodent population down to a manageable level more quickly than traditional anticoagulant baits
- Rats and mice may die within one or two days after consuming a lethal dose
- Less bait required versus anticoagulant rodent baits
- Extensively researched and tested in commercial, urban, and rural settings
- Outstanding preservative package ensures bait won’t freeze, mold or melt
- 8g sachet, approximately 227 sachets per pail
Tamper-resistant bait stations are mandatory for above-ground, outdoor use. Tamper-resistant stations must be used wherever children, pets, non-target mammals, or birds may have access to the bait placement location.
The active ingredient, Bromethalin is an acute, fast-acting bait. Rodents will typically feed less or altogether cease feeding after consuming a lethal amount. You can remove the bait from the sachet and place it in a feeding device, or simply place the whole sachet in a bait station.
Place 4-24 sachets per placement (usually at intervals of 15-30 feet) in infested areas. Adjust the amount according to the level of the rat population.
Apply 1-2 sachets per placement. Space placements at intervals of 8-12 feet in infested areas. At points of high mice activity, you may need to increase it to 4 sachets.
Baiting Strategy: Expect the highest bait consumption to occur on the first couple of days after you begin treatments. Inspect the bait consumption after a couple of days and replenish at areas where they are continuing to feed, or rodent activity is still evident. Even though one night's feeding will usually provide a lethal dose to kill rodents, continue to bait. Continue to bait for at least a week to offer the whole rodent population to feed on the bait. Continue to bait until all signs of feeding or rodent activity has ceased.
Follow Up: Wearing waterproof gloves, collect and dispose of all dead exposed rodents and any leftover bait. Limit food, habitat, and water sources to discourage any further reinfestations.