MOUSEOFF® Bromadiolone Rodent blocks are individually wrapped for safer use and to enhance bait freshness.
MOUSEOFF® blocks are prepared from high quality food ingredients to create very palatable baits that attract both mice and rats. The blocks are available from rural merchant stores, home & garden stores and hardware stores. No permits are required. Rodemise® Superblocks are pierced to allow hanging.
Mice and rats are known to cause massive damage to processed and stored food products. Rodents also cause major damage to infrastructure and electrical installations. Rodents also carry bacterial infections and viral diseases that can be harmful to humans. Rodent litter size can be up to 10 and gestation is just 3 weeks, so populations can rise rapidly.
Rodents are found throughout Australia, in urban and rural areas with the common areas of concern being food storage areas, sheds, warehouses, roof spaces, wall cavities and under floors. Any place where shelter and natural or manmade food is available will harbor rodents.
When used in MOUSEOFF® rodent blocks and superblocks, Bromadiolone works as a single feed anticoagulant rodenticide. The highly palatable MOUSEOFF® Blocks contain enough Bromadiolone to eradicate mice and rats after a single feed.
Yes. Since anti-coagulant poisons work by inhibiting the recycling of Vitamin K, the effects can be treated by administration of Vitamin K1 (phytomenadione) antidote. This is not required unless symptoms of anti-coagulation develop.
MOUSEOFF® blocks are simple to use. The individually wrapped blocks can be torn open or left unopened as rodents will soon eat through the wrapper.
Blocks should be placed in areas where rodents are found. Baits or bait stations should be placed not less than 20 metres apart and along wall edges where rodents prefer to travel.
Baits should be checked every few days. Replace baits taken until uptake ceases. Residual bait can be left to provide control against reinvading rodents. Uptake will typically continue for at least a week after the program starts due to the delayed effect of the poison. If new rodents are entering the area it is best to maintain the baiting program for an extended period.
Animal Control Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd
46-50 Freight Drive
Somerton, Victoria, 3062
Telephone +61 3 9308 9688
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