Fastrac Blox - (4 lb. pail / 128 bait blocks)

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Fastrac Blox - (4 lb. pail / 128 bait blocks)
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Fastrac Blox is a neurotoxin and there is no antidote if children or pets consume the bait.  If you have children or pets, it is recommended that you use Contrac Blox since every doctor and vet has the antidote, which is Vitamin K1. 

Fastrac Blox from Bell laboratories is a quick and effective solution to controlling populations of rats and mice, especially Norway rats, Roof rats and House Mice. Fastrac Blox are small, rough, all-weather baiting blox with many gnawing edges. A hole in the center of each block allows it to be placed on bait securing rods in tamper resistant bait stations. They are colored purple for easy identification. BLOX work well in any condition -- wet or dry, indoors or out. Fastrac Blox offers a lethal dose of active ingredient bromethalin in a single feeding, with the first dead rodents appearing in one or two days after bait consumption. Read below for more information




Fastrac Blox from Bell laboratories is a quick and effective solution to controlling populations of rats and mice, especially Norway rats, Roof rats and House Mice. Fastrac Blox are small, rough, all-weather baiting blox with many gnawing edges and a hole through the center for placement on Protecta Bait Station securing rods. (However, this bait may be used in any bait station). They are colored purple for easy identification. BLOX work well in any condition -- wet or dry, indoors or out. Fastrac Blox offers a lethal dose of active ingredient bromethalin in a single feeding, with the first dead rodents appearing in one or two days after bait consumption. The active ingredient bromethalin poisons the central nervous system, causing the rodent to stop feeding after ingesting the poison, so more rodents can be controlled with less bait. Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. To increase effectiveness, remove as much alternative food as possible so that rodents will seek the bait first. For rats, place 2 to 12 blocks per placement (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet). For mice, use 1 bait block per placement at intervals of 8 to 12 feet in infested areas. Dead rodents will begin to show up in one to two days, and should be disposed of immediately. Warning: This bait does not have an antidote. In other words, there is no known agent to neutralize or counteract the effects of Bromethalin poisoning. While it does take a relatively large amount of bait for poisoning to occur, children, pets, and non-targeted animals should not be exposed to Fastrac Blox. Available in 128 x 15 (4 lb bucket of 15gm blox) resealable pails. A hole in the center of each block allows it to be placed on bait securing rods in tamper resistant bait stations.

USE RESTRICTIONS:
For control of Norway rats, roof rats and house mice. When used in USDA-inspected facilities, this product must be applied in tamper-resistant bait stations. Do not broadcast bait.

For Use in Urban Areas: This product may be used in and around the periphery of homes, industrial, commercial, and public buildings. May also be used in transport vehicles (ships, trains, aircraft) and in and around related port or terminal buildings. May also be used in alleys.
For Use in Non-Urban Areas: This product may be used inside of homes and agricultural buildings.

SELECTION OF TREATMENT AREAS: Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. Remove as much alternative food as possible.


APPLICATION DIRECTIONS:

Rats:
Place 2 to 12 blocks per placement (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet). Adjust the amount of bait applied to the level of rat feeding expected at each bait placement.

For use in sewers, thread wire through block and securely attach to a stationary structure such as the bottom step of a manhole ladder or a sewer grate. Allow just enough wire for the block to rest on manhole benching. If benching is not present, suspend block a few inches above the high water mark or secure block on a board supported by opposing steps of the ladder. Securing block in this manner will prevent removal by rats or water. Use at least 15 blocks per manhole. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.

Mice: Use 1 bait block per placement. Space placements at intervals of 8 to 12 feet in infested areas. Larger placements, up to 4 blocks, may be needed at points of extremely high mouse activity.

Baiting Strategy: Highest bait consumption is expected to occur on the first day or two after treatment begins. After several days, inspect the placement and replenish bait at sites where there is evidence of heavy feeding or where there is continued evidence of rodent activity. Normally, the volume of bait consumed will be significantly less with bromethalin baits than with anticoagulant baits. Although one night's feeding will usually provide a lethal dose, maintain bait for at least one week to provide all rodents a chance to feed on the bait. Continue baiting until all signs of feeding have ceased. Collect and properly dispose of all dead, exposed animals and leftover bait. To prevent reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water, and harborage as much as possible. If reinfestation does occur, repeat treatment. Where a continuous source of infestation is present, establish permanent bait stations and replenish as needed.

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  • 53 of 53 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Excellent Rat Bait - Fast Acting
    By D. in Wilmington, OH on 03/06/2011
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    I have used Fastrac Blox in tamper resistant bait stations around the farm buildings and grain bins for the past 4+ years to prevent rats. The bait has done an excellent job and is long lasting in the bait stations, whether they are placed in the farm buildings or outside by the walls. I have placed some of these around my mother’s house (in a city) where roof rats have been found and they seem to be gone as well. The key reason I chose and continue to use these blocks is the active ingredient Bromethalin. Based on my research, this is the fastest acting agent, much faster than the anticoagulant baits. I can also use less of it per bait station, since the rats die sooner and do not come back to feed as often. I have found dead mice that never made it out of the bait station. In fact, I notice that I never run out of bait, before it is time to change the blocks out (every 6 months or year, depending on whether the bait station is indoors or out). When I started out, I changed the bait more frequently, but now I am in ‘maintenance mode’. Do My Own Pest Control has met my expectations with regard to customer service. I have called them several times, and have bought other products from them. Shipping speed is excellent. I plan to continue to purchase my bait needs from them.

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  • 25 of 25 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  well...it worked!
    By Sa in NY on 01/16/2012

    Put the bait down, and we had dead quiet within days. What was possibly a burgeoning population in our partially inaccessible crawlspace has ceased to exist. I had thought that we'd be able to crawl through and collect at some of their little stinking bodies, but we can't seem to find any. They seem to be in the footings of the walls. So, there has been a smell (worst in the first 4 days, but now two weeks later is barely noticeable), but with some creative air venting with some fans through an upstairs window, it wasn't too much of an issue. Not a perfect solution, but trapping wasn't working for us anymore, and I'm glad we went this route. Definitely recommended.

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  • 22 of 22 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  These guys save me money
    By Pete in Seattle, WA on 09/27/2010
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    I can control the rats around my house for a small fraction of what one of the big outfits would charge me. We have an acre with lots of ivy and fruit trees, rat heaven! Not any more. The supplies I have bought from DMOPC are professional quality and priced right (I shopped around). Do a little research and handle those rascals yourself, save big MONEY.

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  • 21 of 22 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Works fast - with some help
    By Lori in Shrewsbury, NJ on 12/19/2011
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    We had/have a problem with Norway rats invading and eating the food we set out for our outdoor cats. We previously used Fastrac bloxs in rat bait traps but the rats wouldn't eat from them. We left the Fastrac bloxs loose on the ground (always supervised) in the hopes the rats would munch on them. No luck. Finally, we crushed the Fastrac blox and mixed them with the canned cat food the rats seemed to enjoy. The rats ate their fill eagerly and by the next evening only 1 of the 22 rats we counted the previous night were left! We will definitely use Fastrac blox again, if needed.

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  • 15 of 15 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Simple To Set-out
    By Aar in Phoenix, Arizona on 10/29/2011
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    Received the Fastrac Blox(s) and Protecta LP Bait Station within days of the order. The video demonstration including customer support to set-out the Blox(s) in the stations was excellent. Very pleased with the purchase, this company not only has quality products but the best customer support.

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  • 1 of 5 stars  Never track I believe
    By Dale in Silver Lake on 12/03/2016

    This stuff absolutely does NOT work for my situation. They see the bait and avoid it like the plague.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for your response! If there is a competing food source nearby, then it can take rodents time to find and accept a new bait in the area. Be sure to handle bait and bait stations with gloves. You may want to check your placements to be sure you have enough and that they are placed along runways and near potential entrance points to the structure. We are also happy to troubleshoot with you over the phone at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST. Please let us know if you have further questions. We appreciate your comments and your business!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Fastrac Makes Rats Die in Neighbors' Yards
    By Cyclesafe in San Diego on 11/21/2016

    I refill my bait stations once a month, but have yet to see a carcass on my property. The neighbors, who leave pet food out and feed the birds, have been complaining of decomposing rats in their yards. The say the stench is awful. They don't know I have been using Fastrac to solve the problem that THEY have caused. Good riddance.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Fastrac blox
    By Ariel in Ramrod Key on 11/15/2016

    This stuff really works, 6 rats the 2nd day, just threw them into places I knew they were running, used about 8 or 10. I will keep this stuff around.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for your comments! Rodenticides like Final Blox should be used only in tamper-resistant bait stations or in areas that are inaccessible to people or non-target animals, in accordance with product labels. Please let us know if you have any questions about how or where to use rodenticides safely and effectively.

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  • 4 of 5 stars  professional pest control
    By Juan in Yuma, AZ on 11/15/2016

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  Not sure if it's working
    By Adrian in San Antonio tx on 10/25/2016

    I fill the bait stations and poison is being eaten but that's it they keep eating it. I have 4 stations and refill at least every other day. I'm buying Trex traps to see if that helps

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for your feedback! It sounds like you may just have a larger rodent population in the area than you had originally thought; this is a very common situation. We encourage you to keep refilling your bait stations as long as the bait is being consumed. Trapping is a great treatment method to add to your rodent control program! Please let us know if we can assist you further any time. We appreciate your comments and your business!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Fastrac not working
    By Wayne in Monterey, CA on 09/28/2016

    We have 18 rodent boxes surrounding our medium sized home. I refill every box every weekend. The bait is gone and the rats are getting fatter. I only once have seen a dead rat.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    If the bait is being consumed the rodenticide is killing them even if you do not see dead rats. If you are going through a lot of bait in a small amount of time, you have a much higher rat population than you realized. Do you have fruit trees or other food sources nearby?

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Fastrac Blox
    By Carl in no city near me, Belen nm 40 miles on 09/21/2016

    Most excellent patient, friendly, knowledgeable customer service ever. One of those evil rats built a nest the size of a hemorrhoid donut on top of my air cleaner. Was dead next morning. The eulogy was brief. "Good riddance you piece of s--- !!! " Again, this product kills rats quickly in my situation. 5 acres , lots of mounds 50 to 300 ft from house. They travel up to 200 ft from mound.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  I would recommend over Contrac
    By Jp in Pa on 08/21/2016

    no complaints, I first bought contrac but still saw mice and was refilling bait stations in my shed and other areas every week .....after upgrading toh fastrac I had much better results.... found a couple dead mice plus the bait only had to be replaced 1x which indicates they are all gone (at least for now)

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Doesn't seem to work
    By Ed in Henderson nv on 08/15/2016

    I have put out three blocks a night since I purchased Fast trac and every morning the blocks are completely eaten and I am pretty sure i don't have dozens of rats. I haven't found a dead rat yet.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    We are sorry to hear you are not receiving the expected results. We see that you did not purchase any bait stations. Are you securing the bait in some other way? If not, it is likely the rats are carrying it off and storing it for later. Also, non target animals can be taking the bait. Please let us know. We look forward to troubleshooting this issue with you soon.

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  • 1 of 5 stars  Fast tax blox
    By Karen in Pittsburgh, PA on 08/14/2016

    Maybe it is not fair to rate this product. As I may never know if the poison is effective. I have placed 3 bait boxes in my yard and after 3 weeks. Inspection shows none of the baits have even been nibbled. I have seen the rats in my yard and am distressed about them, but they are apparently too smart to take the bait, even though I have removed any other food sources ( I used to feed my birds and squirrels.) Will give it a few more weeks before I give uo

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11/09/2010 Maryann

QWhat can I do to get rid of an outdoor rat problem?
I have been battling an outdoor rat problem for some time now. The problem is in my front yard, and I live in a row of town houses. I believe the problem is coming from under my neighbors deck. They have a lot of clutter and garbage. I've called the NYC Department of Health, and they have come out a few times but done nothing. In May, I purchased three bait boxes and filled them with Contac blox and Fastrac blox. I also (with the neighbor's permission) threw some poison under their deck into the burrows. Over the next few days, we found about seven dead rats. I thought the problem was over. I have not seen any more dead rats since, but the bait goes missing. Could they not be dying? Dying elsewhere? Could there be so many rats that the problem isn't resolved six months later? Last night, I heard some banging around outside. I looked out my window, and I saw what seemed to me a HUGE rat with it's head in the bait box. It was trying to get its body in but couldn't. It just kept moving the box around. When it finally gave up it, it walked across my front yard and activated my motion light. I could see more clearly, but I couldn't see its face. This was bigger than any rat I have ever seen, and it had a very long, hairless tail dragging. It was brown, the size of a cat, fat and was waddling. Could this have been a rat? I live in NYC, there isn't much wild life here. I'm not sure what else to do or if anything can be done about my rat problem. This is very nerve wracking coming home after dark and wondering if you're going to spot a rat.

AYou are on the right track, but you may need to put out more bait boxes in more locations around your property. Once the rat eats the bait, they will usually be dead in 1-5 days depending on which bait they ate and how much of the bait they ate.Rats will die wherever they succumb to the bait which may or may not be in a visible area. Be sure to keep the bait boxes filled with fresh bait for best results. And yes, you could potentially have a rat population so large that it takes many, many months to get rid of them. Another explanation of course is that nothing has been done in the way of cleaning up your neighbors property, so new rats keep moving in to take over the space left behind by the rats that you have already eliminated. As for the huge "rat" that is the size of a cat that could not fit into the bait box? This was most likely an opossum. Rat bait boxes are made so that larger animals like raccoons and opossums cannot fit inside of it to avoid accidental poisoning of non-target animals.

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04/23/2010 Michael

QIs there an expiration date on the Fastrac Blox?

ANo. We recommend using the bait within a year of the purchase date. While the active ingredient will last indefinitely, rodent baits include food based ingredients and can start to degrade over time making them unattractive to rodents. You should store bait in a cool, dry environment to keep them fresh longer.

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03/02/2012 Terry from Cocoa, Florida

QWhich rat bait poison do you recommend for use in the stations?

AOur three most popular rat baits are: Fastrac Blox- which offers the fastest kill (about 12-24 hours) and is considered the top choice for rodent infestation cleanouts. Many folks choose Fastrac Blox because it is one of the few that can still be purchased in the smaller 4 lb pail. Contrac Blox - kills in about 3-7 days and is usually chosen as a maintenance bait. Contrac also has a readily available antidote in case of accidental ingestion by non-target animals or children. Final Blox - Kills in about 2-4 days and is used when there is still a high pest pressure and then as a maintenance bait.

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11/12/2011 Craig from Norfolk, Va

QWill the dead rats killed by this poison effect other animals should they eat the rat carcass?

ARats that have eaten the bait and then die are supposed to be removed and disposed of if they are found. Animals that eat exposed carcasses will usually have to eat many carcasses before they receive enough bait to have a reaction, but a secondary poisoning is possible. Terad3 Blox is a newer product that has a lower risk of secondary poisoning should a predatory animal eat a rat carcass.

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07/23/2010 Maryann

QCan I dip Fastrac Blox in bacon grease?
I've used bacon grease to attract norway rats to a bait station in the past, and they seemed to love it. Can I dip Fastrac Blox in bacon grease before placing them in the bait station, or will this affect the poision?

AWe do not think dipping Fastrac in bacon grease would affect the poison in the bait, but the bait is made from food sources to attract the rodents.  We would recommend trying the bait as is at first as it is manufactured to be attractive to rodents as it is.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

12/07/2015 Michael from Fair Haven, Vt

QIs there an antidote for Fastrac Blox?

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There is not an antidote available for Fastrac Blox, but there is a Vitamin K1 antidote available through your local vet for Contrac Blox and Final Blox.

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09/16/2015 Denise from Wichita, Ks

QDo you have a poison that has a dessicant in it to reduce the smell from dead rodents?

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When using Fastrac Blox along with any other rodent bait, there is no way to pinpoint where the rodent will die. They could, unfortunately, die anywhere - under couch, in walls, etc. and there can be an odor. The only way to guarantee where the rodent dies is to use traps such as the T-Rex Traps or Victor Tin Cat Mouse Traps.

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07/03/2015 S from New Buffalo,mi

QWill Fastrac Blox work on chipmunks? Will they like it and/ or eat it?

AFastrac Blox are not labeled for chipmunks. If they ingest it, they will likely die since it is a poison.

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06/18/2015 Don from Papaaloa, Hi

QCan rodents spread the bait such as Fastrac Blox from a bait station?
I am concerned about the rodents spreading the poison from the bait station.

AIf you are using the appropriate bait in the stations and mounting the bait blocks on the rods for the station you are using, then it should keep the bait in the station forcing the rodent to eat it there rather than leave the station with it. If using pellets, there is a chance they could bring the pellets out on the ground but normally this isn't an issue our customers run into a lot.

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05/29/2015 Randy from Waxahachie Texas

QIs a license needed to buy
Can I buy FasTrac without license?

AYes, Fastrac Rodenticide can be purchased without a license unless you are shipping the product to AK. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

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03/14/2015 Sebastian from Lawrenceville

QIf a rat dies after eating Fastrac and my dog gets to the rat, it is dangerous/fatal to my dog?

AThere is a risk of secondary poisoning with Fastrac Blox. However, a dog would need to consume 15% of his body weight of Fastrac via a poisoned rodent for it to be fatal. Typically, pets do not "eat" dead rodents, instead they see them as a toy and tend to play with them rather than consume them.

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02/02/2015 Karen from Brooklyn Ny

QCan Fastrac Blox be used in apartments
behind stoves,frig, hidden in corners and closets

AWe discourage the use of Fastrac Blox inside of structures. We recommend to use them in bait stations along the foundation of the structure. Behind stoves and other areas indoors we recommend to use snap or glue traps. Please see our Rodent Control page.

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01/11/2015 Jared from United States

QRat/Mouse Control
I live in a 1950s ranch in Atlanta, GA. In my crawlspace it looks like there may be some rodent activity. I have recently heard them at night gnawing on things and scratching under the floors. What is my best method to get rid of these? Should I use bait stations and traps or just the bait stations? I want to avoid having a house that stinks due to dead rodents as well.

A

We recommend using bait inside bait stations outside the home and using traps in areas directly under the house or in areas where you have seen the rodents traveling. Baiting outside the home with the single feed anticoagulant rodenticide Fastrac in the Protecta Rat Bait Stations is a great combination. Fastrac has a quick kill knockdown time of 12-48 hours after feeding. A great trap to use is the Trapper T -Rex Trap.

Rodent Control Articles here  

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01/07/2015 Pier from Chicago

QCan I break up the bait blocks?
I need to be able to put the bait in corners all over can I break them up to toss behind the refrigerator and stove and in closets and behind counters? I have no kids or pets to worry about.

AEach block of Fastrac measures 1.75" by .75" each. It will not be necessary to break them up to put them behind the fridge and stove, however, you can if you would like to.

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06/26/2014 Dan from Baldwinsville

QWhat is the difference between Fastrac and Final Blox?

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Fastrac Blox- which offers the fastest kill (about 12-24 hours) and is considered the top choice for rodent infestation cleanouts. Many folks choose Fastrac Blox because it is one of the few that can still be purchased in the smaller 4 lb pail.  Final Blox - Kills in about 2-4 days and is used when there is still a high pest pressure and then as a maintenance bait.

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