Rodent bait station’s are a great solution for large rodent problems as well as for maintaining rodent problems. These are used to maintain and control rat and mouse populations at your home, property, and buildings.
Rodent Bait Station Usage
When you do not want to deal with emptying trap’s with dead rodent’s then bait stations are a great options. These are simple to use and require very low maintenance. To maintain these bait station’s all you need to do is replace the poison every month or so depending on how many rodent’s have been working the station. It is important to use safety precaution’s such as rubber gloves and face masks.
Risk of Rodent Bait Station’s
There is a risk that come with using bait station’s or any type of poison to control pests. The risk’s involved include getting the poison on your hand’s or breathing them in when dealing with the poison. This can be prevented by using proper safety measures like gloves and face masks.
Another risk is that the poison could be transferred to non target animal’s either from direct contact or from secondary contact Secondary transfer is when an animal eat’s or chews on an animal such as a rodent that has been killed from poison.
This risk is limited when using proper bait stations because they have small entry holes that only rodent’s can enter keeping the poison away from domestic animals such as cat’s and dog’s.
We recommend the bait station in the picture because it is top of the line, strong built, and protects against other non target animals from getting the poison. Although we do recommend trapping as a first means of rodent control, but rodent bait stations are a great means of maintenance for all rat and mice problems.
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