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Rodenticides

Since 1964, we specialized on research and study of rodenticide baits. Do you know your enemy? A great legacy that fully validates Vebi as a major company in the Pest Control field.

The continuous research and the close contact with professional rodent controllers working in different Countries, have brought to the creation of numerous forms of bait suitable for different situations. All new formulations are tested with the purpose of evaluating their effectiveness and to learn about palatability. The tests are not only carried out in cages, but they are mainly performed at different field sites in order to obtain different responses. Both research and analysis laboratories are the core technology facilities for innovations and quality control. The company technical personnel welcome more test results confirmation for product use from professional rodent controllers.

Bait palatability Bait palatability is a concept that must be determined through statistically reliable tests. It depends on the availability of alternative food sources, eating habits of single populations, demographic pressure and social behavior.

FORMULATIONS HOUSE MOUSE SEWER RAT ROOF RAF

Pasta

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**********

*******

Minipellet

*******

******

****

Paraffined blocks

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*****

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Mix of cereal flakes ********** ********** **********
Grains ***** **** ****
Cream ********** ********** **********

 

All-weather products Baits should also be chosen in function of their resistance to atmospheric agents.  

FORMULATIONS DAMP RESISTANT WATER RESISTANT
Pasta ******** **
Minipellet ** *
Paraffined blocks ********** **********
Mix of cereal flakes *  
Grains *** *
Cream * *

Rats and mice, because transmit many diseases to humans and domestic animals and can cause serious damage to the environment contaminating raw materials, can be considered the last great enemy of the animal kingdom for the modern man.

The most common species of rodents

 

RATTUS NORVEGICUS

Norway rat – Brown rat Common rat – Sewer rat

RATTUS RATTUS

Black rat – Roof rat

MUS MUSCULUS

House mouse

 
TARGET RATTUS NORVEGICUS RATTUS RATTUS MUS MUSCULUS

AVG. WEIGHT

200 – 500 g

150 – 250 g 12 – 25 g
LENGHT (head to tail) 18 – 25 cm 16 – 20 cm 6 – 9 cm
FUR Rough and sparse, dark grey, grey-brown above light grey below Back grey-black, belly white Variable, back grey. belly and side lighter
FEEDING Up to 30 g per day, in few pieces Up to 28 g per day, in a lot of pieces Small amounts of food and frequently. Up to 3 g per day in a lot of pieces.
SHELTERS Burrows Inside walls, especially high places, loft, granaries, even on the trees In the house, in recesses and inside

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