d-Con Ready Mixed Baitbits
d-CON® Ready Mixed Baitbits are pre-filled 3 oz. trays. They are the perfect solution if you don?t want to come in contact with a rodent. Benefits: Ready-to-use bait trays that require no extra prep ? just set the baits and let them do the work. 3 oz. trays are large enough to handle rodent infestations in bigger areas. Ideal for use in hard-to-reach areas, like under the couch and refrigerator, under the sink, inside closets, and on high shelves. Effectively kill rodents, including warfarin-resistant house mice and Norway rats. Rats and mice may consume a lethal dose in one feeding with first dead rodents appearing 4 or 5 days after feeding begins. Kills Warfarin-Resistant House Mice and Warfarin-Resistant Norway Rats. Notice to Buyer and User: Seller warrants that this product conforms to the chemical description on the label and is reasonably fit for the purpos see more...
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d-Con Ready Mixed Baitbits
I have tried these a few times to take care of mice and rats. The saddest part was when I saw the squirrels munching on them instead. I hate using poison in general because then other larger animals can eat the dead ones and die as well. I wish they would come up with a non-toxic version.
I FIND THAT THE ACTUALLY TRAPS WORK BETTTER THAN THE GLUE TRAPS OR THE BAITBITS. THEY JUST RUN AROUND THE GLUE TRAPS AND BAITBITS IN MY HOUSE.
We live near a farm and has rats coming to our house. We have been using this products for years and so far it has worked great.
The ONE time I found a mouse in my house I tried one of these... It seemed to take a while to attract the mouse but it took care of the problem!
As a bet owner I was hesitant to use this product. My concern was that my animals would get a hold of a rat that had eaten this and get sick, however after months of snap traps not working on the large rats we have we caved and have tried this. Its been about two weeks and we have only seen two dead rats. Granted we are on a large property and they could be in the crawl space where we cant see but we still have to listen to tons of them getting in our crawl space. It seems to have attracted way more that had been there before. So at this time I really do not find this effective enough for the risk we took with the pets. I think I will be looking for other options.
I don't like to use these products because they contain poison which the mouse ingests. What happens when someone's cat or dog gets out and goes into the garbage and eats the mouse? They will be very sick or could die as well. I will stick to snap traps and peanut butter as the 2 times I had a mouse in my house this winter they were caught and dead within 4 hours using the snap traps both times.
These definitely do the job, we had a mouse problem and tried many types of bait and traps and this is what ended up taking care of the problem for us.
These work great. I hate killing anything but I hate mice even more. And they work fast within a couple days usually.
This is great to use I used this in my shed, but the best results is to use cedar balls or mothballs. Field mouse, stay away.
Works great and gets the job done. Just have to be very careful that no house pets get into it.