AGRICULTURAL

In June of 2011, the EPA made a ruling that certain products can only be sold in allotments of 8 pounds or more. We are no longer able to make individual 1-pound bars for resale.
No. There is no need to spread out the bait. Rats and house mice will eat right through the place pack. Read the label for directions on use.
One of the most common mistakes in rodent control is underestimating the problem. In most cases if you see one or two rats or mice, chances are you have many, many more.
  • Just One Bite EX: Pellets – 2 to 8 place packs per placement, Blocks – 2 to 12 blocks per placement
  • Just One Bite II: Pellets – 3 to 10 place packs per placement, Chunks – 2 to 8 chunks per placement, Bars – 2 to 8 bar pieces (2 oz each) per placement
Bait stations are required for all in-home and outdoor above-ground placements.
  • Rats: place bait at intervals every 15 to 30 feet in infested areas
  • Mice: place bait at intervals every 8 to 12 feet in infested areas
  • Always read and follow label directions when baiting

RESIDENTIAL

The bait station’s low-profile design allows for easy placement under or behind stoves, refrigerators, furniture, or inside cabinets. Pay close attention to the signs that mice have invaded such as wall rubbings, droppings, and gnawing. Place the bait station near those places that mice have been.
Wearing rubber or plastic gloves, place the dead mouse in a plastic bag and tightly tie off the bag. Place the bag in an outdoor trash container with a tightly fitting lid. Wash gloved hands thoroughly with a household disinfectant. Remove the gloves and wash ungloved hands with a disinfectant labeled for human use.
Mice are typically curious creatures. If the mice haven’t touched the bait after a couple of nights, it is most likely in the wrong location. Place that bait station in a new location where there has been evidence of mice.
The active ingredient in Just One Bite EX is bromethalin. House mice usually consume a lethal dose in a single feeding, but it may take two or more days from time of bait consumption for them to die.
Direct consumption of bromethalin could be harmful to your pet. Danger to your pet depends on the weight of your animal and the amount of bait ingested. We recommend calling the poison control hotline at 800-234-2269 immediately if ingestion occurs. Don't apply bait where children, pets or other non-target animals may consume it.
Immediately call the poison control hotline at 800-234-2269.
Preventing re-infestation takes a sound rodent control strategy. Seal off all access to food and shelter and keep your home, workplace, or barn clean.
The bait station is designed for house mice which can fit in holes as small as a dime! Fully grown rats will not be able to fit into the bait station opening.

EPA

Yes, in June of 2011, the EPA Risk Mitigation Decision placed restrictions on which products can be sold for residential use versus agricultural use. Just One Bite II products are exclusively for agricultural use, while Just One Bite EX and Rodentex products can be sold for in-home use as long as it is accompanied with a bait station and in packages of 1 pound or less.
Yes! We feel that it is important to stay up to date with EPA standards and comply with them in order to keep your loved ones safe.
The EPA’s goal is to keep children safe from accidental exposure and reduce the risk of accidental poisoning to pets and wildlife.
Just One Bite EX products use bromethalin.
Just One Bite II products use bromadialone.
Rodentex products use diphacinone.

EMERGENCIES

If bait is ingested by any non-target animal, please call the poison control hotline immediately at 800-234-2269.
Direct consumption could be harmful to your pet. Danger to your pet depends on the weight of the animal and the amount of bait ingested. We recommend calling the poison control hotline at 800-234-2269 immediately if ingestion occurs.
Toxicity to your pet depends on the type of active ingredient ingested by the rodent, the amount of bait ingested, as well as the size of your pet. The chances that your pet will die are low, however, we recommend calling the poison control hotline at 800-234-2269 as a precaution.

GENERAL RODENT AND MOUSE QUESTIONS

House mice and rats usually will consume a lethal dose in a single feeding, but it may take 2 or more days to die, depending on the type of bait they ate.
House mice usually travel only 10-30 feet from the safety of their home. Roof rats and Norway rats will typically travel 100-150 feet in diameter from their nests in search of food or water.
House mice can fit in spaces as small as a dime while rats can flatten themselves to squeeze through cracks the size of a nickel!