News — rodent control

How Does Rat Poison Work? What You Need to Know

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If you are dealing with rodent problems in your home or property, it can be very tempting to choose rat poison as the first solution for pest control. Before doing so, it's important to learn all there is to know about this lethal dose of rodent control.

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7 Best Baits for Mice in 2023: A Complete Guide

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Mice pilfer food, infest the home, and generally cause a nuisance. Perhaps you’ve experimented with different types of traps, including old-fashioned glue traps or snap traps, but have had zero luck.   This is where Dalton Engineering comes in. As an expert in agricultural and domestic pest issues, we offer the best bait options to capture mice and other rodents. We have a multitude of mouse trap options, from snap traps to commercial mouse baits. Read on to learn about mouse bait and how to use it to trap these uninvited guests! Best Bait for Residential Use  If residential mouse traps...

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3 Best Bait Boxes in the UK Reviewed - And Why They’re Better than Rat Traps

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Rodents are known for being avid breeders, producing as many as 22 babies per litter. This means that if an infestation starts with only a few crawling around in your home, it likely won't stay that way. You’ll probably want to look at rat traps.

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9 Best Rat Poisons in the UK Reviews 2023: A Complete Buyer's Guide

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From small, quaint villages to luxurious cities, rats are always in search of a home. They will settle in anywhere – both indoors and outdoors. And if they’ve chosen to call your property home, you have a problem that you need to deal with immediately.

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Rodent Control on Poultry Farms: Best Practices To Follow

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An infestation can be devastating for farmers.  Rodent activity not only consumes the poultry feed but also contaminates and ruins whatever is left. Unattended, a rodent infestation can bleed a farm's cash flow dry and lead to a viral infection such as avian flu that could wipe out a majority of your birds.

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