Want to get rid of rodents in a humane way? These All-Weather Bait Blocks from The Big Cheese are just the thing. Simply place in a bait box (we recommend STV179 for rats or STV133 for mice) where rodent activity is seen and the rodents do the rest. Both rats and mice are attracted to the bait, thinking it’s food and once eaten, they are poisoned and will die. The ready-to-use bait is suitable for indoor and outdoor use and stays fresh in damp or wet weather. The blocks are universal – so fit all bait stations and can be fixed using a wire or rod.
Please note the rodent will not die instantly. It will need to eat a significant amount in order for the poison to work. Contains Difenacoum.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Prior to treatment remove all known sources of food from the infested area. Place block bait where there are signs of rodent activity, like fresh droppings, near nests or burrows, runways and rodent feeding places – place bait throughout the infested area. For rat control commercially available tamper resistant bait stations must be used – these are available from your local store or from STV customer services, details on the bottom of the pack. For mouse control, tamper resistant bait stations are also recommended. If these are not purchased, secure the blocks in protected areas with a wire or nail.
Protect bait points from non-target animals and from water, preferably using commercially available bait stations. Prevent access to bait by children, birds and non-target animals (particularly dogs, cats, pigs and poultry). Where possible, secure baits or bait stations so that they cannot be dragged away. Wax blocks may be wired or nailed in place. Wearing gloves is recommended.
How much do I need to use depending on the level of infestation of rats?
Low infestation - Up to 20 blocks every 10 metres. High infestation - Up to 20 blocks every 5 metres.
How much do I need to use depending on the level of infestation of mice?
Low infestation - Up to 4 blocks every 5 metres. High infestation - Up to 4 blocks every 2 metres.
How do I dispose of rodents?
Rodents should be double bagged in plastic bags and put in a household waste bin with a secure lid to prevent access of wildlife or pets, or collected by a specialist waste contractor or local authority.
50 x Blocks