Racumin Paste is a ready-to-use rodenticide bait paste used for the control of rats and mice. It contains Coumatetralyl, a first generation anticoagulant that works through a multi-feed system. Unlike second and third generation baits, coumatetralyl is metabolised quickly so dead rodents carry very low residues; this decreases the risk of secondary poisoning to pets or wildlife who may scavenge on the dead rodents. Using the multi-feed approach, Racumin will kill in a similar timeframe as a single feed bait (3-8 days) without the risk of bait shyness. Racumin Paste combines vegetable fats and carbohydrates in a way that is exceptionally attractive to rats and mice. Racumin Paste is the ideal bait for domestic use and for use around the farm as part of a rodent control strategy.
Refer to the label for all product information
Highly effective against rats and mice
Multi-feed technology means that there is low risk of secondary poisoning to pets and wildlife
Highly palatable paste sachets with no bait shyness
Easy to use
Can be used in ceiling voids or bait stations
Contains Bitrex - a human taste deterrent
Available in various pack sizes to suit all applications
Directions for Use
The soft-blocks within the paper sachets are ready to use – DO NOT attempt to open the sachets.
Eliminate, as far as practicable, all alternative food sources. If baits are eaten quickly, increase the number of baits. Baiting for at least 2 weeks is necessary to reduce mouse or rat numbers but continue observation and bait replenishment until no more baits are taken. Remove and destroy untaken bait at the conclusion of the rodent control program. Caution is required in use of this product in or near piggeries. Do NOT allow to contaminate pig food.
Do NOT place baits in the open unless in bait stations. Do NOT graze or feed livestock on treated areas whilst bait is present. Do NOT place baits in any position accessible to children, livestock or domestic pets. Do NOT remove bait from paper sachet
500g, 2kg and 5kg
For further information, click below:
Parasites & Pests
Rats & MiceRats spread diseases such as Leptospirosis, Bubonic plague, Salmonellosis and Rat-Bite fever to name a few.Rats and mice cause major damage to agricultural crops by eating newly-sown seeds, young plants and seed heads on grain crops. In the home garden they can cause similar damage and have also been found to eat starchy plant parts such …
For full product information please register as vet here