Mischief of Mice
Upon returning from a 5 week holiday I discovered a mischief of mice had made their nest in my garage, among cardboard storage boxes, and I could hear them scurrying around in the ceiling. This infestation was due to a food source they found in the garage; a box of pasta was left out. (Perhaps the mice were auditioning for a sequel Ratatouille movie?)
I used Selleys TALON Rat & Mouse Killer as directed, placed the 25gm boxes in the roof and garage, forewarned those neighbours who had pets and within a few days they were found DEAD, away from...the nest! Even when the food supply was removed these mice still had an appetite to eat this bait. ALL cautionary information regarding this bait is printed on each individual box for your reading. There is also a note to Physicians and Vets on the package. For those with a food source of bulk dog or chook food stored in their sheds as my good neighbours have, I recommend this product to reduce your mice problem. [+] Individual 25gm boxes
Slack attack by me not a good idea.
Have noticed rats on evening time running along top of fence again. On checking my bait stations 4 out of 5 were empty, so have recharged them again and I am sure if I have the same results as before with Talon the rats will soon be gone again. Vic L
Proven rat killer
We've been using this product for many years and have found it to be the most effective rat/mouse baits on the market. I would recommend you using containers to put the pellets in which are then nailed to floor joints etc so the rats cannot knock the pellets down where domestic pets can eat them. We prefer the pellets but have used talons other products. Quick, effective and always reliable. Watch out for smelly dead rats though - they like to hide in difficult to reach places. Better a dead rat than a live one!
It really works.
Bit expensive but does the job.
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