Rats Mice & Rodent Control

Do you have a rat problem in your chicken coop? Controlling rats and mice in a coop must be done correctly or it can kill your chickens. There are three ways to ensure an almost rodent proof chicken coop.

1. Use a Dine A Chook Chicken Feeder which stops chickens raking food on the ground.

2. Use a pellet mix instead of a scratch mix. Pelleted feeds stop chickens from selectively eating, so less feed ends up wasted.

3. Then, use RatShot. RatShot with Difenacoum is the number one way to get rid of brown rats and other rodents. RatShot is made to be low in toxicity to poultry and hens. It is also safer to use around the home and businesses, as it is safer for livestock, pets and other birds. Safe to use in commercial, agricultural and domestic situations. 

Rats and mice pose a major problem in the chicken coop. Brown rats and other rodents are attracted to chickens because of the easy food supply. Taking control of the food supply is the first step to controlling a rat problem - use a no-waste feeder, choose a pelleted feed and never leave feed or scraps on the ground! 

If you have rats and mice in your coop in large numbers, just removing their food supply isn't enough. You must poison or trap the rats or mice in order to remove them. In large numbers, rodents can also pose a public health risk that must be dealt with. 

 

Rat Shot - The Safest and Best Way to Get Rid of Rats.

Do you have a rat problem in your chicken coop? Controlling rats and mice in a coop must be done correctly or it can kill your chickens. There are three ways to ensure an almost rodent proof chicken coop.

1. Use a Dine A Chook Chicken Feeder which stops chickens raking food on the ground.

2. Use a pellet mix instead of a scratch mix. Pelleted feeds stop chickens from selectively eating, so less feed ends up wasted.

3. Then, use RatShot. RatShot with Difenacoum is the number one way to get rid of brown rats and other rodents. RatShot is made to be low in toxicity to poultry and hens. It is also safer to use around the home and businesses, as it is safer for livestock, pets and other birds. Safe to use in commercial, agricultural and domestic situations. 

Rats and mice pose a major problem in the chicken coop. Brown rats and other rodents are attracted to chickens because of the easy food supply. Taking control of the food supply is the first step to controlling a rat problem - use a no-waste feeder, choose a pelleted feed and never leave feed or scraps on the ground! 

If you have rats and mice in your coop in large numbers, just removing their food supply isn't enough. You must poison or trap the rats or mice in order to remove them. In large numbers, rodents can also pose a public health risk that must be dealt with. 

 

Rat Shot - The Safest and Best Way to Get Rid of Rats.

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