Anticoagulant rodenticides have been the preferred method for mitigating and/or eradicating rodent infestations since the 1940s. However, scientific, incontrovertible evidence has demonstrated that rats inevitably develop resistance to anticoagulants.
The intended purpose of this brochure is to be an aid to veterinarians tasked with treating animals that have inadvertently ingested ContraPest either directly or indirectly through a target species.
Effective rodent control can be challenged by rodent behavior. Bait shyness or neophobia and bait aversion are two examples.
SenesTech’s ContraPest helps animal facilities, such as zoos and animal sanctuaries by providing a non-lethal fertility control solution that reduces rat populations in a sustainable manner.
SenesTech’s ContraPest helps facilities reduce infrastructure damage due to unexpected rat infestations…
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ContraPest successfully suppressed rat infestations in a multi-family housing complex in a dense urban area of New York.
SenesTech’s ContraPest helps municipalities and transit authorities reduce infrastructure damage due to rapid rat reproduction by reducing rats populations using a long-term solution with sustainable results.
ContraPest successfully suppressed rat infestations on a 117-acre research facility in the southeastern U.S. that is home to sensitive wildlife.
SenesTech’s ContraPest provides a non-lethal fertility control solution that helps zoos reduce their rat populations with a sustainable approach.