Talon-G is scientifically proven to deliver the fastest knockdown for rats and mice. This unique mini-pellet formulation is preferred by pest control professionals for its high acceptance, superior efficacy and broad use label. Talon-G only requires a low dosage of the anticoagulant brodificoum, which often eliminates the common problem of bait shyness.
For Control of Commensal Rats and House Mice. As a Second-Generation Anticoagulant it kills Warfarin-Resistant Norway Rats and House Mice. Norway rats and house mice may consume a lethal dose in one night’s feeding with first dead rodents appearing four or five days after feeding begins.
Each order (case) comes with 2 pails containing 150 x 25 gram packs to a single pail. 2 pails comes in a case totaling 300 x 25 gram packs.
NOTE: Due to New California State restrictions, this Can Not be sold in California.
Norway and Roof Rats: Apply 4 - 16 bait packs (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 ft.) per placement * Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease
House Mice: Apply 1 bait pack per placement and space placements at intervals of 8 - 12 ft. * Two bait packs may be needed at very high mouse activity * Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease
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2 Pails (150 Packs per Pail) Total: 300 x 25 gram Packs
Talon G is a single-feed anticoagulant labeled for rodent control, including use against warfarin-resistant mice and rats. This pelletized formulation is registered for use in and around both urban and non-urban structures, including outdoor burrow baiting. Talon G is approved for the control of Norway rats, roof rats and house mice in a variety of locations. Determine areas where rats and/or mice will most likely find and consume bait. Remove as many other rodent food sources as possible. For the safety of others, Talon G should always be applied out of reach by children, domestic animals and non-target wildlife, or in tamper-resistant bait stations.
Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately. Collect and dispose of all dead rodents and leftover bait properly. To prevent reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water, and harborage as much as possible. Where a continuous source of infestation is present, maintain permanent bait stations and replenish with census or toxic bait as needed.
I have an older home (built 1800s) and I am not a great housekeeper. Alone now and old. In addition to the granaries a few packs distributed in the basement and I have a whole lot less pest activity in just days. I will keep feeding and hopefully, soon, none will be left to eat... Ongoing fight.
Is it true that Talon actually decays the rodent body from inside out, thereby limiting the smell associated?
I was told that this product would minimize the dead mouse smell, does that have any truth to it?
Actually the fact that rodent poisons dry the animals up after dying is an old wives tale that has been passed around for years. There is only one bait that is relatively new to the market that due to its form of killing the rodent can somewhat make that claim for less smell as it dehydrates the rodents. That product is Rat X and works well in comparison to the other baits on the market in kill effectiveness.
My dog may have ate some Talon-G. Will it hurt him?
If your dog ate a big enough dose of Talon G it will have a negative effect on him. You should contact your veterinarian immediately. We have linked the product label and the MSDS for Talon G. You should print both of these pages out and have them available for your veterinarian. You can also find both of these information sheets on the Talon G product page on our website.