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Rodenticide Comparison Chart - Hawk, Just One Bite and more

Reasons to get rid of mice and rats are numerous. Not only to mice and rats carry worms and other diseases that can be passed to cats and dogs when they’re eaten, but the fleas that mice and rats are often host to may carry blood-borne pathogens, even tapeworm.

Active Ingredient Product Name Marketed By Mode of Action Secondary Poisoning Antidote Time 'til Death Benefits
Bromethalin Rampage Motomco ATP Inhibitor- None None 12-24 hours Quick Knockdown
Brodifacoum Jaguar Motomco 2nd Gen. Possible Vitamin K-1 4-6 days Most Powerful Active
  Havoc Neogen   Possible     good on Mice only
Bromadiolone Hawk Motomco 2nd Gen. Not Likely Vitamin K-1 4-6 days Very Palatable
  Just One Bite Farnam   Possible     Best Seller
Diphacinone Tomcat Motomco 1st Gen. Not Likely Vitamin K-1 4-6 days Economical
  Ramik Bars Neogen   Possible     Great for Monitoring
Zinc Phosphide Eraze/ Mole Bait Motomco Acute Possible None 2 hours Great for Cleanout
  Prozap Neogen   Possible     Pocket Gophers
Cholecalciferol AGRID  Motomco acute not likely     Registered for organic production facilites & Low toxicity to birds

**All are single feeding, with the exception of Diphacinone which is multiple feedings.

DEFINITIONS

Bromethalin is a unique highly potent rodenticide exhibiting a mode of action different from anticoagulant rodenticides. Bromethalin provides a lethal dose to rodents in a single feeding with death generally delayed two to three days.

Brodifacoum is a highly lethal anticoagulant poison. In recent years, it has become one of the world's most widely used pesticides.

Bromadiolone falls into the class of rodenticides known as anticoagulants. Most rodent control today utilizes anticoagulant rodenticide baits. Anticoagulants cause death in rodents by disrupting the normal function for blood-clotting, resulting in death from internal bleeding. 

Diphacinone - Continuous feeding is necessary for a complete kill. Control requires approximately two weeks.

Zinc phosphide is recognized as the slowest acting of the commonly used acute rodenticides. Zinc phosphide is often recommended as the rodenticide of choice because it is fairly specific for rodents and there is no true secondary poisoning, except possibly in dogs and cats.

Cholecalciferol is a form of vitamin D. Cholecalciferol causes toxiosis by raising serum calcium levels to deadly amounts. Usually this causes slowed heart rate or cardiac arrest. Cholecalciferol takes up to 36 hours to be effective.
















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