I have filled and placed four bait boxes. Three outside in the back yard where we can hear the mice and rats chirping and one in the kitchen pantry after noticing that they had chewed through a bag of rice located there. The next day, a mouse ran out of the pantry when I opened the door! I was hoping that it ate the bait and would die soon. NOT! The day after that, there was rice all over the items in the pantry all the way to the floor. I had to throw the rice away. The new bag had feces and urine on it. Yuck! Now that the rice is gone, hopefully, they will eat the bait. May have to switch to traps or sticky pads.
We are sorry to hear that the Blox is not performing up to your expectations. Rat baits are terrific tools to use in a rat treatment program. Unfortunately, competing food sources will always be an issue with rats choosing the bait over the new food source. It is important to know that some species of rats can take several weeks to eliminate them with baits. During this time all competing food sources should be kept in sealed containers. We do hope this information helps and you continue to use the Blox until all of the rats are gone. Please let us know if you have any questions. We are always happy to help!
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