In this article, we have highlighted some of the best rat and mouse poison (aka Rodenticide baits poison) to use against the rodents your are facing.
Baits poisons (Rodenticides) are not designed for instant kill. The idea is for the rodent to mistake them as food, consume it and hopefully bring these poison back to the nest to share with the rest (it works “behind the scenes”). Hence when bait poison works, it is possible to drastically reduce the infestation.
Bait poison should be used in conjunction with rat traps to help get rid of rat and mouse problems most effectively.
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The Just-One-Bite ll Bait Bar is designed for both indoor and outdoor to kill Norway rats, roof rats and house mice.
It uses bromadiolone as the active ingredient and one feeding can result in first dead rodents after 4-5 days after feeding begins.
Each purchase comes with 2 bars, and each bar can be easily broken into 8 pieces of 2 oz size bait. It features a hole in the middle for easy mounting in bait station.
>> Pellet version here: Just-One-Bite Pellet Packs
The D-Con Rat & Mouse Bait Pellets contains Brodifacoum that kills even warfarin resistant mice & rats in a single feeding.
It comes with 1 ready-to-use bait poison filled tray where users simply peel open & place in areas where rodents seem to frequent.
The JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide is a anticoagulant bait with specially formulated blocks that have a peanut butter flavor to attract and eliminate mice and rats.
Similar to other bait poison, it uses active ingredient Diphacinone to eliminate rodents and pests a few days after feeding.
Every purchase comes with in a tamper evident resealable pail which contains 144 packs of 1-ounce rodenticide blocks. JT Eaton also offers a 1-year limited warranty which protect buyers against defects in material and workmanship.
Sidenote: JT Eaton is family owned and has operated since 1932
The Contrac All-weather Blox Rodenticide is a multi-edged, single feeding rat and mouse poison bait formulated with a blend of food grade ingredients and low wax to yield a palatable and weatherable bait that attracts rodents.
It can be stored for at least 2-3 years when unopened and kept away from extreme temperatures. Once opened, it should last a year in normal conditions.
Every purchase comes in a 18 lb pail which contains about 288 blox (good value for the large pail size).
Sidenote: Possibility of secondary poisoning is very minimal with Contrac but if need to, vitamin K1 can act as an antidote to the poison.
The NEOGEN Rodenticide is an all weather bait poison that can be used both indoors and outdoors. It combines food processing technology and patented procedures to create a palatable and attractive rodenticide.
It’s fish flavored and high protein appeal attracts rodents even in difficult weather conditions.
Every pack contains 45 pieces of 43 gm mini bait packs.
>> Best Indoor Mouse Bait Poison
The Tomcat Mouse Killer poison bait is designed for indoor use only.
It comes with tamper resistant disposable station that gives mice easy access to bait while keeping fingers and pet paws out.
Each bait poison block is lab tested to effectively kill up to 6 mice.
>> Related article: Best Rat & Mouse Traps
Rats are known to spoil (or destroy) anything that they come across and can cause sleepless nights as they run up and down during the night. And because they can manifest very quickly, actions must be taken to get rid of a rat the moment you spot one at home (see article: Rat vs Mouse).
Like the rat traps, there’s always a possibility that the rats will not fall for it. With the delayed killing effect of a bait poison, by the time the rats figured out that it’s poison, it might already be too late for them.
ALWAYS remember that no rodenticide poison is pet-safe. They CAN and WILL kill pets and other small animals if they consume it. Invest in a tamper-proof bait station if you need to use the rodenticide at home.
What do you think about using these poison rodenticides at a solution against rats & mice? Have you tried or are you thinking about trying? Let us know in the comment!