Rats and mice can't resist the flavor and highly palatable formulation of Final Rodenticide, made with more than 16 human food-grade ingredients for unsurpassed acceptance and control. Final is the preferred bait of rats and mice when tested against other Brodifacoum baits on the market. The active ingredient brodifacoum is an anticoagulant, meaning that when it is ingested, the poison is transferred from the digestive system to the bloodstream where it hinders clotting, causing eventual death.
Note: Due to New California State restrictions, this Can Not be Sold in California.
Urban Areas: This may be used in and around the periphery of homes, industrial, commercial, and public buildings
May also be used in transport vehicles (ships, trains, aircraft) and in and around related port or terminal buildings
May also be used in alleys. Non-Urban Areas: This may be used in and around homes and agricultural buildings
RATS: Apply 3 to 16 ounces of bait (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet) per placement MICE: Apply 1/4 to 1/2 oz. (1 - 2 level tablespoons) of bait per placement at 8 to 12 foot intervals
Larger placements (up to 2 oz.) may be needed at points of very high mouse activity
Do Not expose Children, Pets, or Nontarget Animals to Rodenticides We recommend using this only with tamper-proof bait stations
Final is especially effective in the control of persistent mouse infestations where bait resistance is suspected. The fresh-tasting, highly compressed pelleted bait has a long shelf life and holds up especially well in adverse conditions, making it ideal for use in moist environments. The hardness of the pellet satisfies the rodent’s desire to gnaw. Final Rodenticide Pellets may be used in bait stations along rodent runways and in hard-to-reach locations, or poured down burrows. Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. To increase effectiveness, remove as much alternative food as possible so that rodents will seek the bait first. For rats, apply 3 to 16 ounces of bait at intervals of approximately 15 to 30 feet per placement. For mice, apply 1/4 to 1/2 oz. (1 - 2 level tablespoons) of bait per placement at 8 to 12 foot intervals. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 to 15 days or until signs of rodent activity cease. Recommended for use with Protecta brand Bait Stations or other secure, tamper-resistant bait station.
IMPORTANT: Do not expose children, pets, or nontarget animals to rodenticides.
To help to prevent accidents:
Store unused product out of reach of children and pets.
Apply bait in locations out of reach of children, pets, domestic animals and nontarget wildlife, or in tamperresistant bait stations. These stations must be resistant to destruction by dogs and by children under six years of age, and must be used in a manner that prevents such children from reaching into bait compartments and obtaining bait. If bait can be shaken from bait stations when they are lifted, units must be secured or otherwise immobilized. Stronger bait stations are needed in areas open to hoofed livestock, raccoons, bears, or other potentially destructive animals, or in areas prone to vandalism.
Dispose of product container and unused, spoiled, or unconsumed bait as specified on this label.
Do not place bait in areas where there is a possibility of contaminating food or surfaces that come in direct contact with food. When used in USDA-inspected facilities, this product must be applied in tamper-resistant bait stations. Do notbroadcast bait.
SELECTION OF TREATMENT AREAS:
Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. Remove as much alternative food as possible.
RATS: Apply 3 to 16 ounces of bait (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet) per placement. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.
MICE: Apply 1/4 to 1/2 oz. (1 - 2 level tablespoons) of bait per placement at 8 to 12 foot intervals. Larger placements (up to 2 oz.) may be needed at points of very high mouse activity. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease.
Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately. Collect and 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.
I've been in pest control for 23 yrs.When it comes to rodent control, Final pellet packs are all I use.
They are ready to use,You don't even need to open the bag packs,rats and mice love them,only need one feeding,don't waste your time or money on anything else,this is the best product on the market.This is all you need.
We had an unbelievable infestation of mice. After putting out poison for weeks and themice eating all of it we tried FINAL Rodenticide. All is quiet but we will start again as fall approaches and the neighbors mice look for warm places to stay
Is Final rodenticide place packs a dehydrating poison?
We know we can poison them, but they just go in the walls and die and it smells horrible. Looking for a product that dehydrates and dries up the dead rat without the smell.
There are no products on the market like what you speak of. It has been a myth for years that a product like this exists, but it does not. Anticoagulants prevent the rodents blood from clotting and the rodent will die from internal bleeding. Contradictory to popular belief, there is no poison that will make a rodent go outside to die. If it does die in a wall it will smell for a short amount of time. There is no poison that will make the rodent not smell. If there was then no professional company would every use anything else around homeowners. There are other ways to kill and/or capture mice such as glue boards and snap traps.
If a dog eats or picks up a poisoned rat will the poison transfer?
I have a rat problem under my shed, but I have dogs. I'm concerned that one of them will find a poisoned rat and consume some part of it. If something like that happens will my dog get poisoned?
The risk of secondary poisoning with Final Pellets are very minimal. A rodent only consumes a very small amount of bait at a time and passes it very quickly only keeping a smaller amount in their liver until they succumb to the effects of the bait. A dog would have to actually eat 20-30 rodents that have consumed the bait for it to have an effect. In most cases well fed domesticated animals will not actually eat a mouse or a rat that they come across. Instead they will play with it, chew it and then leave it behind.