A rodent infestation is not only a nuisance that will keep you distracted all the time, but it can also cause property damage and even become a danger to any environment since these animals carry countless diseases that become fatal to humans.

There are different types of methods and techniques to implement an adequate rodent control, being vital for this to have well identified the species with which you are going to work and the affected area, since the methods and equipment that we must depend on use.

This article from Tacoma Pest Control wants to share information about rats that will help you control and eliminate this pest.

What Are The Feeding Stations For Rodents?

In the past, many companies considered the use of poison and traps against these types of pests. However, many of them lost their effectiveness due to natural factors such as the weather or contact with other animals.

After you must have inspect your home, apply the feeder control method. The rodent control feeders or “feeders” are stations used to safely place rodenticide baits, which also help keep the bait in good condition.

You can find plastic feeders resistant to extreme environmental temperatures, as well as different sizes, depending on the type of rodent and the area where they are found.

Advantages Of Our Rodent Feeders

We have a wide variety of styles that adapt to different types of rodents. The feeders can be easily placed on all types of surfaces, both indoors and outdoors, and in ceilings and very confined spaces.

Some of the many advantages of using feedlots for rodent control are:

  • Safety in the handling of rodenticides.
  • The mouse is attracted and safe in the feedlot.
  • The bait is fresh inside.
  • The baits maintain their characteristics for longer in the face of climatic changes.
  • Safety for work employees.
  • A common mistake that we advise you to avoid is using a low-quality rodenticide that is not toxic enough to the rodent.
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