PelGar produces a range of high quality, palatable formulations based on the active ingredients difenacoum, bromadiolone and brodifacoum; the most widely used anticoagulants in rodenticides. Each active has a different level of toxicity to mice and rats as shown in the table below. All PelGar rodenticides include a dye colour for visual identification as a toxin and the bittering agent denatonium benzoate.
Extreme caution needs to be taken when using rodenticides to ensure that non-target species such as pets, livestock, birds and children do not come in contact with the poison. Therefore is important that rodent baits are always secured and protected, ideally in a bait station, and once you have controlled the problem all toxic baits need to be removed from the area. In any case of suspected poisoning consult a doctor or veterinarian.
Bait Concentration (PPM)
0.8 / 1.80
|50||0.4 / 9.0|
1.75 / 1.13
|50||0.9 / 5.6|
|50||0.2 / 1.4|
* Typical 25g mouse and 250g rat. In countries where 25ppm baits are available the above figures should be doubled.
For example, a 25 gram mouse only needs to consume 0.4 grams of finished difenacoum rodenticide to ingest a lethal dose. The figures for dogs are provided only as an indication of the relative toxicity to non-target animals.
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