NO Mice One Feed Bait Station

Prefilled Mice Bait Station to keep people and pets safe, and baits secure and protected from moisture and contamination. Making the NO Rats & Mice Blocks more effective in controlling mice.

Benefits Benefits

  • Refillable and lockable.
  • Protects pets and children from access to bait.
  • Protects bait from moisture and contamination.
  • Provides enclosed space where rodents feel comfortable and will more readily consume bait.
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors.
  • Pre-filled with NO Rats & Mice One Feed Blocks.

Directions Directions

  1. The NO Mice One Feed Bait Station is supplied ready filled with one rodenticide block. Place the station in a situation where mice are likely to encounter it, e.g. hot tank cupboard, under kitchen cupboards, sheds laundry, roof voids, etc.
  2. Check bait every few days and replenish bait if necessary.
  3. Refill with NO Rats & Mice One Feed Blocks.
  4. Using the key, place the two points in the holes in the front of the station and push to unlock the lid.
  5. Place one block flat in one, or both, of the corner bait holder sections of the station.
  6. Close the lid and press down, ensuring the lid locks down.
  7. Inspect baits at least every 7 days and replace baits as necessary. It may take up to 2 weeks to control a significant rodent problem.

Active Ingredients Active Ingredients

Pre-filled with NO Rats & Mice One Feed Blocks

Contains 0.05 g/kg Brodifacoum and 0.01 g/kg bittering agent Denatonium Benzoate
in the form of a bait.


Available Sizes Available Sizes

Bait Stations: NO Mice One Feed Mice Bait Station 20 g (1 block), NO Rats One Fed Bait Station 100 g (5 bocks)


Tips Tips

  • Eliminate as many alternative food sources as possible.
  • Human odours may deter rodents; wear gloves when handling bait.
  • Place bait stations along walls or rafters and in dark sheltered areas where there are signs of rodent activity.
  • The bait stations can be used both indoors and outdoors.
  • When used outdoors place them in secluded areas and weigh down with a brick or other object.
  • Use single bait stations 5 m apart, or 2 m apart for high infestations.
  • Inspect baits at least every 7 days and continue to replace eaten bait until feeding ceases.
  • NOTE: One Feed is sufficient to kill a rat or mouse but they will continue to eat bait.
  • Pest Control Terms Glossary of Meanings
  • Download the 1-2-3 Rodent Control Programme

Caution Caution


Regulations Regulations

EPA Approval Number: HSR001594
Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No. V9616 See www.foodsafety.govt.nz for registration conditions.
NO Mice One Feed Bait Station SDS

 


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