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How to tell if you have Rats or Mice....even if you don't see them! 
Look for: 
Damaged food containers
Rub marks or discoloratons along walls
Tracks or trails
We offer a range of Rodenticide formulations for Domestic, Commercial, Agricultural, and Licensed Applicator use. 
Whatever your Rodent problem we have the answer. 
All anticoagulants, though they begin working fairly quickly, must remain in the body for several days before mortality occurs, simply due to the mode of action. 
Broadly speaking, the more toxic molecules are simply larger and cannot be eliminated by the body as quickly hence they remain present for the necessary several day period after only a single day's feeding. 
The less toxic molecules are more rapidly excreted and hence need to be consumed continuously to maintain the mode of action for the required several day period for mortality to occur. 
Due to the mode of action then, the time required to kill is nearly the same for all anticoagulants, irrespective of toxicity 
Poor palatability, on the other hand, will delay the time to mortality even with a more toxic compound. 
If true resistance is present, however, control may be delayed or nonexistent with less toxic compounds. Conversely, there is no point in using an anticoagulant more toxic than the situation requires, as it will not result in faster control, it will result in greater non-target hazards, and will potentially accelerate the build-up of anticoagulant resistance. 
Choose wisely, of the three Rodenticides offered below: 
DIPHACINONE is the least toxic. 
BRODIFACOUM is the most toxic and should be considered the last resort. 
DIPHACINONE is a multiple feeding toxicant  that kills through anticoagulant activity. 
Death usually occurs within 4 to 7 days after Rats and Mice start consuming a DIPHACINONE bait. 
Because the toxicant is consumed in small amounts, there is no violent reaction and Rodents make no connection between the ingestion of the bait and subsequent sickness; bait shyness, therefore, is not a problem as it so often is when single-dose (acute) toxicants are used. 
DIPHACINONE is also known as  Didandin, Ditrac, Diphenadione, Diphacin, Dipaxin, Oragulant, Promar, Ramik, Tomcat, U-1363, depending how, when, where and by whom formulated and/or sold. 
An anticoagulant rodenticide effective against a wide range of rodent pests depending upon the jurisdiction of the area where it is applied. 
BROMADIOLONE formulations are available as Ready-To-Use pellets, and as weatherable blocks, containing 0.005% of the toxicant. 
BROMADIOLONE is also known as Hawk,  Boot Hill, Bromone, Contrac, Maki, Rat-XB, Super-Caid, Super-Rozol, depending how, when, where, and by whom formulated and/or sold.    
    (3-[ 3-(4'-Bromo[1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl)-1,2,34-tetrahydro-1-naphthenyl]-4-hydroxy-2H-1-benzopyran-2-one ) 
A Rodenticide of exceptional activity against a variety of pest rodents, it is currently registered in Canada for control of Mice, Norway Rats, and Roof Rats in industrial and commercial and residential buildings as well as for urban outdoor use, and around farm buildings. 
BRODIFACOUM rodenticides are available as Ready-To-Use pellets, and as weatherable blocks, containing 0.005% of the toxicant. 
BRODIFACOUM is also known as FINAL,  JAGUAR, PP-581, WBA 8119, d-con, Havoc, Ratak, Talon depending how, when, where, and by whom formulated and/or sold.    
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