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Brigand SB is a great product that is made of the best ingredients to kill your rodent problem for good. Sometimes, when you use rodenticide, the rodents do not go for the bait because they have more palatable food sources. That's when you use Brigand SB rodenticide. Made of food grade flour, grains, synthetic peanut flavoring and lard, this bait is highly attractive to rodents, making sure that they eat the bait instead of other food stuffs. Since Brigand SB uses peanut flavoring instead of nuts, it is easier to clean up and avoids any possible allergen issues.
|Active Ingredient:||Bromadiolone - .005%|
|Target pests:||Rats, Mice, Warfarin resistan Norway Rats|
|For use in:||Homes and other permanent or temporary residences, food processing facilities, industrial and commercial buildings, trash receptacles, agricultural and public buildings, transport vehicles (ships, trains, aircraft), docks and port of terminal buildings and related structures around and associated with these sites|
|Application:||Rats: 10-42 bags per placement, Mice: 1-2 bags per placement|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed. Please keep away from pets.|
|Yield:||20-80 placements for Rats, 400-800 placements for Mice|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
|Shelf Life:||2+ years at normal room temperatures|
|Dimensions:||Of individual packets: 1 x 1.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight:||19.72 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||PelGar International (Mfg. Number: BSB18PC)|
Brigand SB is the only Soft Bait formulation on the market made with soft lard. In particular, lard adds to the intrinsic moisture content of the bait as well as to the palatability of the product and its ability to compete with the rodents current food sources. Combining only food grade ingredients with this lard allows Brigand to achieve extremely high palatability rates against competing baits and food sources. Brigand is made with bromadiolone as the active ingredient, which is very safe to non-target domestic animals making it an ideal baiting solution for residential applications.
Pasta bait is extremely palatable and effective against all pest rodents. Its high energy content makes it the preferred formulation to use in many situations, and is particularly useful where rodents have declined to accept other baits. Taste adjuvants and flavors help to improve bait ‘take’, and stabilizing agents prevent oxidation.PelGar’s pasta bait is a ready-for-use bait formulated using a blend of high quality culinary grade wheat flour, chopped grain, soft lard/vegetable oil and synthetic peanut flavoring to produce a high calorie, high energy feed. The use of synthetic peanut flavorings allows the product to be used in sensitive situations where products containing nuts would not be authorized for use.
Please always read and follow directions on label before use.
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By Jim in FORT WAYNE INDIANA on 08/10/2016
GREAT SIZE UNLIKE THE NEW RESOLVE BAIT. EASY TO HANDLE AND FITS ANY BAIT STATION. ATTRACTIVE TO THE RODENTS SO FAR HAVE HAD NO AVERSION NOTICED YET.
By Jim in fort Wayne on 09/05/2016
Found it to be consumed very well..if there seems to be any draw back it is very susceptible to moisture. It degrades almost instantly and is a big draw to maggots once it has gotten damp
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09/15/2015 Don from Chicago.il
QHow many feedings does it take to kill a mouse or rat using Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide?
A Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide is a single feed kill and will kill within 5 days after consumption.
Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide is a single feed kill and will kill within 5 days after consumption.
05/23/2015 Rob from Bethany
QWhen a mouse ingests poison and dies, if your pet eats the mouse is it harmful to the pet?
AThere a such a small amount of the active ingredient in Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide that the mouse ingests to kill them. A pet would have to eat many pounds of dead mice/rats in order to be affected by it. If there are signs that your pet has been affected by a poison, we would recommend that you contact your vet immediately.