is costly . . .
► Rodents contaminate 10 times more grain than
they eat (costs $2 billion annually)
► Rodents cause structural damage to buildings by
burrowing, gnawing, and nesting.
► Rodents transmit disease-causing organisms, such as
Salmonella, Leptospira, Trichinella,
E. coli, Hantavirus,
Cryptosporidium, pseudorabies, and many others.
Financial Losses with Effective Rodent Control
Maintaining control over rodent populations is an ever-present
management challenge. Even short-term neglect of rodent control
can mean financial frustrations in terms of property damage,
grain/feed damage, and disease transmission.
and maintenance of an effective rodent control program can prevent
An effective rodent control program is an
integrated pest management program. This approach combines:
Environmental modification (sanitation
and rodent-proofing of buildings)
Population reduction (use of effective
Kills the three most common
rodents - Norway rat, roof rat, and house mouse
Choice of highly effective active
Highly acceptable and palatable baits
entice consumption of bait leading to death
Convenient and easy to use
Choice of product forms
Signs of Rodent a Problem
Torn feed bags
Droppings and urine stains
Grease smears on walls and floors
Gnawed wiring, insulation, walls, etc.
Burrows along foundations and fence
As weather cools, rodents move into buildings taking refuge.
Initiate a rodent control program before rodent populations become
Place Pack Advantage
Packaging protects bait
- keeps bait
fresh and prevents moisture penetration
Easy to place in hard-to-reach places
Enables aroma to penetrate package,
For Effective and Economical
Solutions to Rodent Infestations choose
Alliance Animal Health Rodenticides
Rodenticide Baiting Tips
Bait entire building (inside and
outside). It is especially important to use bait stations outside
to protect non-target animals. Empty buildings should
also be baited to prevent establishment of new colonies.
Eliminate access to food sources.
Use fresh bait. Remove stale, damp, or
Keep bait fresh and free of
Place bait at proper locations and
Strategically place bait along walls,
near doorways, under feeders, and other protected areas where
signs are evident.
Ensure adequate amount of bait is
used. Underbaiting is one of the main reasons for poor rodent
Wear gloves when handling bait, as
rodents have a keen sense of smell and taste.
Place water near bait stations
for greater consumption of bait and more rapid kill.
tamper-proof bait stations to protect non-target animals.
Check bait stations every other day
during the first 10 days of initial baiting and twice weekly
Properly dispose of dead rodents
Seal access points into buildings
inch and larger in diameter.
Blue Death products kill warfarin-resistant rodents. These
products are more potent and have longer anticoagulant activity
compared to warfarin. These baits are highly palatable to entice
a key factor in bait acceptance. Blue Death products
are dyed blue or green, depending on the product, to clearly
distinguish the bait from feed products.
Blue Death-D is a cost-effective rodenticide containing
diphacinone, a multiple-feed anticoagulant. Rodents die within
seven to ten days after consuming sufficient amounts of Blue
Death-D. These products contain highly palatable ingredients,
which encourage intake leading to a reduction in feeding days to
Blue Death-D Products
867100CS - Hide-A-Pack (2 oz packet,
857400CS - 100 lb carton All-Weather, Mold
and Moisture Resistant Bars 100 X 1lb
To help ensure a
successful rodent control program, follow rodenticide direction
for use. To assure maximum and continuous bait intake and to
maintain product freshness, the appropriate quantity and package
sizes of rodenticide should be purchased.
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