DIY Rodent Control Bundle Includes
- Ratshot G Rodenticide Grain Bait 2kg
- 4 x Ratshot Locked Bait Stations Small
Ratshot G Rodenticide Grain Bait
Ratshot G Grain Bait uses quality Australian wheat, a staple of many rats and mice around Australia and is a preferred food source in many situations. It provides super effective control of rats and mice in and around Silos, Sheds, Grain Facilities, Farms, Commercial and Industrial Buildings and Homes.
Ratshot G is a ready to use bait for both indoor and outdoor baiting situations and kills both rats and mice. The advance active ingredient means this bait is less toxic to non target animals including pets and wildlife while still being powerful and rats and mice.
Why Choose Ratshot G?
- Less toxic than most baits on the market
- Australian made
- Kills Rats and Mice
- Reduce the risk of primary and secondary poisoning in non target animals
Ratshot Locked Lockable Bait Station Small
Ratshot Locked Bait Stations offer a number of important design features and are built to last, using high quality UV plastic for our conditions, you can expect them to keep on working hard for you for many years indoors and out making them a great investment for safety, control and your back pocket.
Why use bait stations?
The primary goal of a bait station is to lock baits away and protect unsuspecting animals, pets, livestock or even our Children, but you might be surprised to know they do more than that. Bait Stations provide other great advantages. Rodents feel safe and feed much more securely in bait stations once they take to them (Both Rats & Mice are always on the go and are quite timid animals always fearing prey), stations keep bait fresher and for longer reducing bait waste, they also put you in the picture with a programmed approach to the problem with the ability to monitor bait uptake.
For example if you have stations set up around your home or business you can determine which stations are getting hit and how much bait is being consumed, helping you better target the problem.
For Help with controlling mice visit the Mouse Treatment Guide.