FASTRAC Pellets is a solution that can be used for burrow baiting beyond 100 feet of man-made structures using Bromethalin as the active ingredient. Bromethalin kills anticoagulant resistant house mice, roof rats, amd Norway rats. FASTRAC Pellets will kill rodents within 24-48 hours of feeding, however after feeding on FASTRAC Pellets most rodents will stop feeding resulting in less bait being consumed and money being spent.
The manufacturer of Fastrac, Bell Labs, has a unique and proprietary method of making Bromethalin which produces a purer, more consistent active ingredient than is available from other manufacturers. Combine this pure active with a bait that rodents find highly palatable and you will find that rodents readily accept the bait and are more easily controlled. Rodents love to gnaw on the fresh tasting, highly compressed, and hard pellet.
Kills Anticoagulant Resistant Norway Rats, Roof Rats And House Mice
For use in:
Commercial & Residential: Indoors & Outdoors
Homes, Food Processing Facilities, Industrial and Commercial Buildings, Trash Receptacles, Agricultural and Public Buildings, Transport Vehicles (Ships, Trains, Aircraft), Docks and Port of Terminal Buildings
Fence and perimeter baiting, beyond 100 feet from a structure as defined above, is prohibited
Apply 1 to 6 ounces of bait per placement (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet)
Adjust the amount of bait applied to the level of rat feeding expected at each bait placement Mice:
Apply 1/4 to 1/2 ounce of bait per placement - Space placements at intervals of 8 to 12 feet in infested areas
Larger placements, up to 2 ounces, may be used at points of extremely high mouse activity
This can only be used to control Norway rats, roof rats and house mice in and within 100 feet of man-made structures constructed in a manner so as to be vulnerable to commensal rodent invasions and/or to harboring or attracting rodent infestations. Examples of such structures include homes and other permanent or temporary residences, food processing facilities, industrial and commercial buildings, trash receptacles, agricultural and public buildings, transport vehicles (ships, trains, aircraft), docks and port of terminal buildings and related structures around and associated with these sites. Fence and perimeter baiting, beyond 100 feet from a structure as defined above, is prohibited.
This may be applied to active rodent burrows to control Norway rats, and roof rats within or beyond 100 feet of buildings and man-made structures, provided that infestations of these rodents have been confirmed. Bait must be placed no less than 6 inches into active Norway/roof rat burrows. Do not broadcast bait. Because Norway/roof rat infestations may occur in areas farther than 100 feet from buildings and man-made structures when the rodents have ample supplies of food and cover, efforts should be made to remove food trash, garbage, clutter and debris.
Rats: Apply 1 to 6 ounces of bait per placement (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet). Adjust the amount of bait applied to the level of rat feeding expected at each bait placement.
For treating burrows, use a long-handled spoon to place ½ to 1 ounce of bait deep into each active burrow entrance. Close burrows with soil 3 to 7 days after bait placement. Retreat burrow entrances that are reopened by rats. If the area where treated burrows are located is accessible to children and nontarget animals, check burrows every morning and evening to make sure that bait has not been pushed out of burrows. Remove and properly dispose of any bait that has become accessible to children or nontarget animals.
Mice: Apply ¼ to ½ ounce of bait per placement. Space placements at intervals of 8 to 12 feet in infested areas. Larger placements, up to 2 ounces, may be used at points of extremely high mouse activity.
Baiting Strategy: Highest bait consumption is expected to occur on the first day or two after treatment begins. After several days, inspect the placement and replenish bait at sites where there is evidence of heavy feeding or where there is continued evidence of rodent activity.
Normally, the volume of bait consumed will be significantly less with bromethalin baits than with anticoagulant baits. Although one night’s feeding will usually provide a lethal dose, maintain bait for at least one week to provide all rodents a chance to feed on the bait. Continue baiting until all signs of feeding have ceased.
FOLLOW-UP: Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately. Using waterproof gloves, collect and properly dispose of all dead, exposed animals and leftover bait. To prevent reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water and harborage as much as possible. If reinfestation does occur, repeat treatment. Where a continuous source of infestation is present, establish permanent bait stations and replenish as needed.