Mouse Poison Bait

Mouse Poison Bait
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Mouse poison baits, also known as rodenticides, are pesticides that have been manufactured to kill rodents, which include the house mouse. When your house is in a dire situation and it has been overcome with a mouse infestation, you can trust that these mouse poison baits will eliminate the problem. The reason why you can trust that these products will work is because these mouse poison baits are the same rodenticides that professional pest control management companies are using all over the country to control rodent infestations. Mouse poison baits can be used in and around both commercial areas and residential areas. Mouse poison baits are powerful rodenticides and should always be considered when in an attempt to get rid of mice.

Mouse poison baits come in different formulations to best fit the area and the infestation that you are experiencing.

Different Types of Mouse Poison Baits

  • Liquid Mouse Poison Bait: One form of mouse poison bait is the liquid bait. Liquid baits are effective in dry areas where moisture sources are not readily available. Mice need to keep themselves hydrated and so they will drink from a moisture source whenever it is available making this formulation of mouse poison bait so effective. Liquid mouse poison baits are especially effective when it is used in conjunction with solid bait like pellet poisons or block mouse poison baits. Liquid baits can be poured into mouse liquid bait dispensers and placed in areas of concentrated mouse infestations. Do not use the liquid bait in sensitive areas where other non-target animals or small children can come in contact with it.

  • Mouse Poison Bait Blocks: Probably the most popular of all the different types of bait is going to be the block mouse poison bait. Block baits are food-grade poisons that are made in a large, solid block form. The reason why solid blocks are so effective is because it works as a food source. Moreover, the texture and the large, solid form are highly attractive to be used as a gnawing material. Mice must constantly maintain the shape of their teeth by gnawing on a variety of materials and the blocks are going to be the perfect form to attract mice. Block mouse poison baits can be used in a variety of areas and can be placed in bait stations, mounted on walls, hung, strapped to vertical surfaces with a piece of string or a wire.

  • Pellet Mouse Poison Bait: Pellet baits are the last type of mouse poison bait that is provided by Pest Mall. Pellet baits are convenient and they are moisture proof. One of the main reasons why the pellet form of mouse bait poisons is so effective is because of their size. The size of the grainy type pellets are perfect for a mouse to carry off and are low profile which does not make the mice suspicious of the bait. The size actually encourages them to feed on the bait without noticing that it is a poison. Moreover, Pest Mall provides pellets in both jug sizes and the place pack sizes. Place packs are convenient because they come in smaller amounts and are sealed in “ready to use” packages. Place packs also make for easy monitoring because in order to get to the mouse poison bait inside the package, they must gnaw through the plastic or paper packaging. The only disadvantage of using pellets is that it should not be used in areas where a transfer of the location of pellets could possibly endanger the surrounding environment. Since rodents are known to hoard foods and other materials, there are chances that they might not feed on the pellets; instead, they might keep it in areas that are open to frequent contact. This could possibly lead to the poisoning of non-target animals or people. Areas where pellets should not be used are places like grocery stores, zoos, schools, residential areas, and etc.

  • How Mouse Poison Baits Work

    Mouse poison baits are an ingestion pesticide that interferes with the normal functions of the rodent vital organs. Typically there are two different types of poisons: anticoagulants and non-anticoagulants. Anticoagulant mouse poison baits prohibit normal internal blood clotting which means that ultimately, the mouse will internally bleed to death. Anticoagulants have a delay kill effect and will usually take several feedings and days for the poison to affect the mouse. Although it takes several days, the advantages of using anticoagulants are numerous. Some of the advantages are that anticoagulants are not as high of a risk to use around people and animals as non-anticoagulants are. Also, the reason why the mice continuously return to feed is because they do not feel the pain involved with the poisoning. Non-anticoagulants have a much faster kill than anticoagulants. The active ingredients that are used for non-anticoagulant poisons disrupt the bodily functions of a mouse in more severe ways such as paralysis, calcium mobilization, liver damage, heart paralysis, or even enters the circulatory system as a gas, which all results in death. Some of the non-anticoagulants have to be consumed over a few days; however, many non-anticoagulants will kill mice with just one feeding.

    Remember that baits should be placed in locations that do have frequent contact. These places should be out of reach by children and non-target animals like your pets or wildlife. Many mouse poison bait rodenticides should be placed in tamper-resistant bait stations and not left out in the open.

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Q. Mouse Liquid Poison
Can you have live person call me about liquid poison for rats.what I will need.
A.   Thank you for contacting us with your questions or concerns. We have the Liqua-Tox II Liquid Concentrate that you would have to use with a bait station [Helland Liquid Rodenticide Dispenser Stations].
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Q. Is there a poison which encourages the mouse to go outside to get water and then die outside. I prefer not to have the smell of decaying mice in my house
A.   Unfortunately, we do not carry a rodenticide that is made to do that. However, all of our rodenticides do cause the rodents to begin searching for water to a certain extent. Still, we will not be able to guarantee that they will not die inside the home. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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Q. what would be best mouse poison to use in a combine or tractor to ride it of investation?
A.   Fastrac would be the best mouse trap bait type poison to use to clean out an infestation. You can use something like Contrac Blox for maintenance, but we recommend the Fastrac Blox for cleanout purposes. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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Q. I have a mouse in my home. I have tried the traditional mouse traps as well as the glue traps, but it ignores them. Is there some kind of poisin I can use where the mouse will not smell if or when it dies inside my house?
A.   Unfortunately, there are no mouse poisons that will guarantee that it will die outdoors or that it will not leave an odor behind. We recommend to continue to use the traps and perhaps bait the traps with peanut butter or Provoke Mouse Attractant. When you use oil based baits on glue boards, we recommend that you use a bait trap like a water bottle cap or etc. so that it does not ruin the glue. We apologize that we were not able to better assist you.
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Q. The mouse poisons I used to get said the mice would go outside to die. I believe they were wafarin based. Is this true? I did not see dead mice, but they seemed to have disappeared. Now with the new poisons, I am finding dead mice in the house, and often they have died behind or under something and I find them by the terrible smell. Has wafarin been outlawed? I can't seem to find it.
A.   Wafarin is an anti-coagulant that thins out the blood of the mice. It does not necessarily cause the mice to die outside of the house. Most of the poison nowadays dehydrate the mice so that they look for a water source before they die.
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Q. best mouse poison
Contrac vs Fastrac?
A.   Fastrac mouse poison contains a heavier concentration of the active ingredient Bromethalin compared to Contrac mouse poison.
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Q. how to avoid smell of dead mice carcas?
are there special poisons that dehydrate the body or in some way reduce smell of dead body??/
A.   There are no special poisons which are designed to dehydrate the body to reduce the smell of the decaying carcass. Using live traps would be the best way to dispose of them with out having to worry about unknown location of decaying smells.
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Q. Asked question about wafarn.
A.   Wafarin is an anti-coagulant that thins out the blood of the mice. It does not necessarily cause the mice to die outside of the house. Most of the poison nowadays dehydrate the mice so that they look for a water source before they die.
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Q. What can you compare the smell of decaying mice?
We just had our home professionally exterminated of mice and I know some died in the house. My daughter's room has a funky wet, damp, mildewy smell. Could they be dying in there?
A.   There are varying opinions on what it would smell like and so we are unable to accurately describe the smell. Some say that it smells like rotting food or a skunk that has died. We apologize that we were not able to better assist you.
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Q. mouse poison package
I'm looking for the product like LEQUA TOX 11 LEQUID MOUSE/RAT BAT. I want this in a grandulated form. We use to get it from our extermator. It also dehighdrates the mice.
A.   We apologize but we do not carry the liquid rat bait in a granulated form or a powder that can be dissolved in water. We carry the Liqua-Tox II in just one formulation. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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