Ratsak Professional Pellets

Ratsak Professional Pellets are ready to use, single feed lethal dose products for the control of rats and mice in and around agricultural, industrial, commercial and domestic buildings.

Available sizes 1.5kg, 3kg, 8kg, 12kg

Features

  • FAST ACTING
  • SINGLE FEED, LETHAL DOSE
  • CONTROLS SPECIES RESISTANT TO WARFARIN
  • CONTAINS A BITTERING AGENT

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How to use

Restraints: DO NOT exceed 3 metres between bait stations for mice or 9 metres for rats. DO NOT place bait stations in open. DO NOT apply bait to crops.

Set out bait in places frequented by mice and rats but not more than 2 metres from buildings.

  • For Rats: Place 50–100g of pellets per station (4–6g will kill a rat) in 1 or 2 locations at intervals of 5–9m apart in infested areas.
  • For Mice: Place 50g of pellets per station (less than 1g will kill a mouse) in several locations at intervals of 2–3 metres apart in infested areas.

The use of this product for the control of protected native rodents and rodent like animals requires permission from wildlife authorities.

Precaution

Keep away from food, food utensils or places where food is prepared or stored.

Safety Directions

Poisonous if swallowed. DO NOT touch bait. Use scoop or measure. DO NOT inhale dust. If on skin and after baiting, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Vitamin K1 (Phytomenadione) is antidotal.

First Aid

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126. Vitamin K1 (Phytomenadione) is antidotal.

Baiting strategy for effective control

  1. Remove, as far as practical, all alternative food sources.
  2. Place pellets in bait stations under cover along walls or rafters and in dark sheltered spots where there are signs of rodent activity.
  3. In drains, suspend bait stations from manholes by wire or place in such a manner so that bait will not be washed into water supplies.
  4. Record the number and location of placements for later replenishment and/or removal.
  5. Inspect daily, replacing eaten bait and increasing the number of placements if it are eaten quickly. Most rodent deaths occur 4 to 7 days after consumption of bait but it is necessary to continue the baiting process for at least 2 weeks or longer—until no more bait is taken. Look for dead rats and mice—burn or bury them, do not place in rubbish bins.
  6. Once effective control has been achieved, remove the bait stations.

Storage and disposal

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well ventilated area. DO NOT store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Break, crush, puncture and bury empty containers and dispose of unused bait in a local authority landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers or unused bait below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers
and product should not be burnt. DO NOT use containers which have held bait for any other purpose. Dispose of carcasses safely by burning or burying in an approved landfill.


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).