Big Cheese Block Bait (rat & mouse killer) 15 blocks £1.99 at Home Bargains instore - HotUKDeals
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My rats love these. I have often had problems getting suspicious rats to accept poisoned bait, but this stuff disappears as fast as I put it out. It's at least twice the price on Amazon for this pack, though some of their deals for larger packs are competitive. The pic is from Amazon.

edit- one week later, just found a dead rat in the chicken run, and last night's bait is untouched.
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61yhohw%2BCfL._SL1024_.jpg
#2
I put these out last year after seeing a mouse near garden and they went in hours, put more out and went back out and found them covered in slugs and snail. Not one furry in sight.
#3
Siddy
I put these out last year after seeing a mouse near garden and they went in hours, put more out and went back out and found them covered in slugs and snail. Not one furry in sight.

Result!
banned#4
Just wondering what happens if a dog or cat eats them. I assume they die.
#5
Peanut butter in your trap is the way to go!
#6
bruceboy
Just wondering what happens if a dog or cat eats them. I assume they die.

Follow the instructions. I suppose I should add, for the sake of completeness, don't eat them yourself.
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LongPockets
bruceboy
Just wondering what happens if a dog or cat eats them. I assume they die.
Follow the instructions. I suppose I should add, for the sake of completeness, don't eat them yourself.

Thanks. I'll sleep better tonight. Feck off ya ****.
You know what I meant. Some eejits would buy these and just toss them somewhere where anything animal, or even human, could get hold of them.
banned#8
Siddy
I put these out last year after seeing a mouse near garden and they went in hours, put more out and went back out and found them covered in slugs and snail. Not one furry in sight.

I hope your neighbours pets don't come near your garden!

Edited By: bruceboy on Dec 09, 2014 17:42
#9
Don't panic I put them out of the way, the mouse I saw could have been one the cat next door dropped off she sit's mousing near chick shed end of nextdoors garden.

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