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How to decide between Rodent Baits and Traps


By Walt Cline

When considering rodent control, you generally have a choice between trapping and baiting methods. Baiting is easier, especially for pest control novices, but there is also a chance that a dead smelly rodent will die behind your walls. If that happens, you'll have to wait until the carcass decomposes. If there is potential that the rodent will get stuck in the walls near a common area in your house, you might want to use traps to catch the rodent instead.

Squirrel Control: Unfortunately, there is not a bait labeled for squirrel control. Trapping is the preferred method.

Mole Control: You can choose baiting methods or trapping methods to catch moles. The majority of people choose baits, because baiting is easier.

We have some outstanding traps (standard, collapsible and easy to set live cages) for Raccoons, Woodchucks, and Opossums made by Havahart

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  1. Brigand WB (AG Use 8 lb)

    Out of stock

    Brigand WB Wax Block Rodenticide is discontinued. We suggest the product, Contrac Blox as an alternative.

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  2. Final Bulk Pellets Rodenticide /25 lb. Container

    Out of stock

    Final Bulk Pellets Rodenticide /25 lb. Container has been discontinued.
    We recommend the Final Place Packs with Brodifacoum instead.

    Packaging: 25 lb. container
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  3. Brigand WB - Wax Block Rodenticide

    Out of stock

    Brigand WB Wax Block Rodenticide is discontinued. We suggest the product, Contrac Blox as an alternative.

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  4. Take Down Soft Bait

    TakeDown Soft Bait is a new soft bait for a fast acting solution when combating severe rodent infestations. TakeDown combines the palatability of a soft bait with bromethalin, (fast acting, non-anticoagulant neurotoxin). Results can be seen in as little at 2-3 days. As a non-anticoagulant, TakeDown attacks the nervous system of the rodent and does not cause internal bleeding. It is ideal for with anticoagulant-resistant rodent populations or as part of a resistance prevention program.

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  5. Contrac Pellets Place Packs

    Contrac Pellets in place packs is a single feeding anticoagulant bait with Bromadiolone. Pellets give the rodent and opportunity to gnaw, and they hold up well in moist surroundings. As all of the products in the Contrac line of rodent baits, there is outstanding bait acceptance and a long shelf life. The polyglassine place pacs keep bait fresh and free from contaminating odors. The slender place pacs can be used in bait stations along rodent runways and in hard-to-reach locations. Packs can be opened also, and loose pellets poured down burrows. Of all of the single-feeding anticoagulants, Contrac is less toxic to non-targeted animals in primary and secondary poisoning scenarios. The antidote for Bromadiolone is Vitamin K1, and it is readily available. There is a time factor for the administration of Vitamin K1.

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  6. Contrac Pellets Place Pacs - 174 x 1.5 oz (43 g)

    Contrac is an bromadiolone rodenticide, known for its high bait acceptance with rodents. Contrac is a single feed bait that would work well for either servere or moderate rodent infestations.

    Contrac Pellets are in easy to use place pacs (pre-measured polyglassine place pacs). These pacs hold up well in moist conditions and keep the bait fresh.

    (California has placed all second generation anticoagulant rodenticides in a restricted use category. We can not ship Contrac or Final rodenticides to California without a pest control license. If you are a pest control operator in California, please call use with your license number.
    Other single feed baits (non anticoagulants), such as Top Gun, Fastrac, and Terad3 are available in all states.) Learn More
  7. Contrac Pellets Bulk 25 lb.
    $95.86

    Contrac mouse and rat bait is a single feeding anticoagulant rodent bait; rodents ingest a lethal dosage in one feeding. The active ingredient is Bromadiolone, which controls Warfarin -resistant rats. This packaging of Contrac pellets is commonly used in industrial or commercial areas. The pellets are a blue color for easy identification as a non-food item. Contrac Pellets may be used in meat and poultry plants.

    Contrac Pellets- Advantages

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  8. JT Eaton Top Gun Bromethalin #754- Place Packs (128 x .5 oz

    JT Eaton Top Gun Bromethalin #754- Place Packs (128 x .5 oz )

    Top Gun Place Packs, like Top Gun Blocks are made to kill rats and house mice very quickly. The active ingredient, Bromethalin is a neurological bait with less of a tendency to second hand poisoning. As a fast acting bait, it kills rodent in just a couple of days.

    Top Gun also has a stop feeding feature in order to conserve bait. Rodents only eat enough to get one lethal dose. In order to discourage children and pets from eating this bait, it contains bitrex. Even though the bait contains bitrex, always use tamper-resistant bait stations around children and pets.

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  9. Contrac Blox with Lumitrack

    Contrac Blox with Lumitrack has an additive that causes rodent droppings to glow a bright green color under an UV light. Contrac Blox with Lumitrack contains the active ingredient, Bromadiolone and an additional preservative that inhibits mold growth even under the most humid conditions.

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  10. Contrac Blox Super Size /1 -20 Lb Box (40 X 8 oz . Blocks)

    Contrac Blox Super Sizer are  large, Super-Size Bloxes (8 oz.)  that work well for heavy rodent infestations and in sewers. Each box comes with wires if needed to wire and attach bait.

    Packaging: 1 Box/20 lbs.( 40x 8 oz. blocks) Learn More

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