RATSAK Fast Action Bait Station

Fast Action Bait Station Recommended bait placement areas are laundry, inside roof, shed and kitchen

RATSAK Fast Action is a single feed pellet bait in a ready to use bait station, so no need to touch bait. The active ingredient is the bait kills rats and mice in a single feed. It also contains a bittering agent which helps prevent accidental consumption by children.

Available sizes: 50g, 200g (4x50g) bait stations


How to use

DO NOT exceed 3m between Ratsak baits for mice or 9m for rats. DO NOT place baits in the open. Push tab and tear back flap to expose bait and activate single bait station. Use single 50g bait station at 1 or more locations for mice (less than 1g will kill a mouse) and 1 to 2 (50g-100g) single bait stations at each location for rats (4-6g will kill a rat). Place bait stations where there are signs of rodent activity, along walls or rafters and in dark, sheltered places.

CAUTION

  • This bait is hazardous to pigs, cats, dogs, poultry, birds and wildlife and care should be exercised in its use.
  • Place baits in locations inaccessible to other animals or birds.
  • DO NOT allow the bait or container to get into drains, sewers, streams or ponds.
  • Dispose of dead carcasses by wrapping in paper, placing in plastic bag and then in garbage.
  • DO NOT let cats and dogs eat poisoned mice and rats.
  • Inspect all bait stations regularly and ensure baits are removed when rodent activity has ceased.
  • The use of this product for control of protected native rodents and rodent-like animals requires permission from wildlife authorities.
  • The product is restricted to use in and around buildings (within 2 metres) or enclosed spaces e.g. drains.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Poisonous if swallowed. Do not inhale dust. Do not touch the bait, use scoop or measure. If on skin and after each baiting, wash thoroughly with soap and water.

Baiting strategy for effective control

Eliminate as far as practical all alternative food sources. Bait infested area. Place bait stations under cover and not in the open. Record the number and locations of bait stations for later replenishment and or removal. Inspect bait stations daily and increase number of bait stations if bait is being eaten quickly. Maintain baits until feeding ceases. Most deaths occur 4 to 7 days after bait consumption. Baiting for at least 2 weeks is necessary to reduce rat/mouse numbers. Fast Action Ratsak will control species resistant to Warfarin.

STORAGE & DISPOSAL

Containers which have held bait should not be used for any other purpose. Store in original containers, tightly closed in a safe place out of reach of children. Dispose of empty container and unused or untaken bait by burying in an approved dump. Ensure baits are removed when rodent activity has ceased.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126. Vitamin K1 (Phytomenadione) is antidotal.

Fast Action Ratsak contains a bittering agent which helps prevent accidental consumption by children.

NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: Brodifacoum is a long-lasting anticoagulant chemical. Vitamin K1 should be administered urgently by medical or appropriate para-medical personnel. If administered intravenously, the injection must be given slowly. The active constituent of Fast Action Ratsak is an anticoagulant chemical, which if accidentally taken by humans, domestic animals or pets, can reduce the clotting power of blood and haemorrhage may result.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THE LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED.

FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY, CALL 1800 033 111 (ALL HOURS).


RECOMMENDED BAIT PLACEMENT AREAS

Mice Rats

Kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry, shed, garage, recommend RATSAK Bait Stations for indoors - RATSAK Double Strength or RATSAK Fast Action Bait Stations.

Place products in inconspicuous locations to prevent contact by children and pets.