Bromakil Grain Bait for Rat and Mice
Bromakil Grain Bait for Rats and Mice is ready to use grain bait for the control of rats & mice in and around commercial, industrial, domestic and agricultural buildings. It is proven to be highly palatable to rats and mice.
Bromakil Grain Bait Rodenticide contains Bromadiolone, a second-generation anticoagulant, which ensures that a single dose of the bait will be effective.
Bromakil Grain Bait for Rats and Mice is available in 2kg and 15kg buckets.
Key features and benefits of Bromakil Grain Bait for Rats and Mice
- Lethal from one day’s feeding.
- A Bromadiolone based rodenticide made of highly palatable cracked grain for rats & mice.
- A professional-grade, grain-based rodenticide.
- Can be used where pests occur around industrial commercial buildings, domestic buildings, grain storage facilities, sheds etc.
What is Bromadiolone?
Bromadiolone is a rodenticide used to kill rats and mice. Anticoagulants like bromadiolone work by preventing the blood from clotting. Unlike some other rat poisons, which require multiple days of feeding by an animal, bromadiolone can be lethal from one day’s feeding. In mammals, bromadiolone works by preventing the body from recycling vitamin K which is needed to clot blood. Once animals run out of vitamin K they can bleed to death. It can take several days for the body’s stores of vitamin K to be exhausted. Therefore, exposed animals may take several days to eventually die.
Rodent baits like Bromakil Grain Bait are designed to be attractive to animals. Bromadiolone can be highly toxic to most mammals and birds. Wildlife may eat these baits directly or they may eat a poisoned animal. Because it can take them several days to die, animals that consume a lethal dose may continue to eat the bait before they die. They also may be more susceptible to capture by predators. Wild mammals, birds and other wildlife that eat poisoned rodents may receive a lethal dose. Accumulation of bromadiolone in the tissues of owls, hawkes, and other raptors in the wild has been well documented.
What is a good baiting strategy for Bromakil Grain Bait?
- Eliminate as far as practicable all alternative food sources.
- Bait infested area
- Place baits undercover.
- Inspect baits daily.
- If eaten quickly increase the number of baits.
- Continue observation and replenishment until no more baits are taken.
- Baiting for 2 weeks is necessary to reduce rat/mouse numbers.
- Put the measured quantity of bait in suitable containers, ie bait trays.
- Protect baits from the water where possible.