Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait
Starting at $32.05
Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait-Reduced Risk Rodenticide
Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait is a powerful and reduced-risk rodenticide designed to eliminate Norway rats, Roof rats, house mice, and voles. This bait contains warfarin, a highly effective anticoagulant with low environmental and secondary toxicity. The active ingredient in many rodenticides, warfarin is lethal to rodents even in small amounts. If a child or pet accidentally ingests this bait, a readily available antidote, Vitamin K1, can be used to counteract its effects.
Kaput Rat & Mouse Bait comes in easy-to-use two-ounce place packs designed to mimic the grains and seeds rodents naturally consume. The convenient packaging ensures you can apply the bait appropriately to suit your specific needs, whether using the whole pack or dividing it into smaller portions. The specialized packaging allows rodents to smell the bait and gnaw through the pack to access it, ensuring maximum efficacy in your pest control efforts.
- Packaged in loose grains; mimics the grains and seeds they naturally consume.
- The 2 oz packs allow application placement in the appropriate quantities according to your specific needs.
|32 Place Packs, 60 Place Packs, 150 Place Packs ( Each place pack weighs 2 oz - 56 grams)
Rats, Mice, and Voles
|Active Ingredient (s)
|Warfarin ....... 0.025%
|For Use :
This may only be placed within 50 feet of buildings or inside transport vehicles (ships, trains, or aircraft).
Pet Safe: Even though Kaput Rat and Mouse Bait is less toxic to non-targeted animals, use this bait in tamper-resistant bait stations or areas inaccessible to non-target animals and children.
Antidote: Vitamin K1 is readily available.
Remove all other food sources that may compete with this bait for the best results. Use a tamper-resistant bait station when children, pets, or non-target wildlife are present.
Follow-up: While wearing gloves, collect and properly dispose of all visible dead animals and leftover bait. To discourage reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water, and harborage