Research Study: Journal of Veterinary Medical Science

Worldwide use of anticoagulant rodenticides (ARs) for rodents control has frequently led to secondary poisoning of non-target animals, especially raptors. In spite of the occurrence of many incidents of primary or secondary AR-exposure and poisoning of non-target animals, these incidents have been reported only for individual countries, and there has been no comprehensive worldwide study… Read More »

Research Study: ContraPest

Lethal rodenticides and other lethal tools of managing commensal rodent populations long-term are not sustainable due to population rebounds and increasing resistance to rodenticides. The use of integrated pest management (IPM) programs are more prevalent due to consumer desire to decrease rodenticide use and utilize environmentally friendly, humane methods. IPM plans often require multiple tools… Read More »

Research Study: BioOne®

Compromised fertility in free feeding of wild-caught Norway rats (Rattus Novergicus) with a liquid bait containing 4-Vinylcyclohexene Diepoxide and Triptolide. Thank You for Your Interest! Fill out the following form to access the selected document.