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Tomcat with Bromethalin, 5 lb. Pail

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Tomcat with Bromethalin contains a potent acute toxicant. Rodents stop feeding after eating a toxic dose so more rodents are controlled with less bait. There is a reduced risk of secondary poisoning. Effectively controls rats and mice. Proven bait acceptance. Pelleted baits work well because the size and hardness of the pellets appeal to a rodent's desire to gnaw.

  • For use on mice and rats
  • Pellet
  • 5 lb.

Specification Description
Brand: Tomcat
Bait Type: Pellet
Package Size: 5 lb.
Product Type: Rodent Control
Rodent Type: Mouse/Rat
Manufacturer Part Number 22045
Tomcat with Bromethalin, 5 lb. Pail is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money. I bought 2 pails of this and it does not work. The rats jump over and it and don't stop even to smell it. The regular Tom Cat worked but it takes a week to kill them so I bought this with the Bromethalin that is suppose to kill them in a day.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vole killer I am a designer and landscaper. I use this as a broadcast bait in garden beds and natural areas of my clients' yards to kill voles. It works great in conjunction with baiting holes with another product. A+.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Racoon Bait. I have been buying Tomcat with Bromethalin to control mice at my Orchard. For months I have been putting out blocks and they kept disappearing. So I would string many together, and they woud all get eaten, I Finially found out why. Putting the bait in live traps I catch Racoons. Racoons love them like candy, and no matter how many they eat, they do not get sick. The Tomcat with Bromethalin make the best trap bait for racoons (better then anything) I have come up with a sulotion for mice. I put the blocks in a tube.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a dream I bought a bucket about 6 months ago and just finished it up today. We live in a mobile home so the mice and rats have no trouble gaining access. I came out one night and found 6 of them running for cover. Since using this I might see one a month and they don't last long. I put this in a plastic container left open under the kitchen sink. This allows them access but keeps it away from the pets. It doesn't kill immediately which allows them to crawl outside to die. It's easy to tell when they've been affected since they move slower and aren't sure which way to go. When I find a dead one out in the yard, I take a pair of pliers, grab it's tail and toss it in the trash. I plan on buying another bucket soon to help keep control.
Date published: 2017-06-16
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Will this KILL squirrel ..

Asked by: Marlatt
I would not recommend using this bait to kill squirrels. Generally live traps or a large snap trap is the only legal option to control squirrels. This product is only labeled for controlling various species of rats and mice, as well as meadow voles. It cannot legally be used against any other species, and we have not done any testing to determine whether the product or its active is effective on squirrels.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2018-05-08

Will this work on prairie dogs?

Asked by: Lelder09
This product is only labeled for controlling various species of rats and mice, as well as meadow voles. It cannot legally be used against any other species, and we have not done any testing to determine whether the product or its active is effective on prairie dogs.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2018-04-16

once eaten does the mouse seek outside air or dies with in?

Asked by: LaVerne
This specific product is a pail of bulk pelleted bait. The pellets are typically used in areas of rodent activity where there is no risk of access by pets, children or non-target animals. They can also be applied underground in burrows, per label instructions or in a bait station. None of our bait stations are designed to capture or hold dead rodents. Mice or Rats will go into a bait station, feed on the bait, and then go back outside and die.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-04-20

Will rats/mice dry up in attic or just die and smell. I have roof rats and squirrels that get into my attic some how. I thought I had it sealed up tight. I used decon pellets but they pulled them off the market. Need a solution, thanks.

Asked by: Jacktcl
Unfortunately there are no types of bait that will cause rodents to "dry up" after eating it. All animals, regardless of the type of bait, will have an unpleasant odor as they decompose. If odor is a concern, we recommend using snap traps or glue boards and disposing of the rodents after capture. If you have used d-Con in the past, Tomcat with Bromethalin is an excellent alternative. It is a "single feed" bait so mice & rats will consume a lethal dose in just one feeding, and it works faster than our other anticoagulant baits - rodents can begin to die in 2 or more days.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-09-05

What is the % of Bromethalin

Asked by: kdfjsdlf
.01% A full copy of the label is available on our website at www.motomco.com/sds_labels.html
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2018-06-25

How long after consuming will the rat die?

Asked by: Junebug64
The active ingredient in Tomcat with Bromethalin starts working faster than anticoagulant baits. Rodents will start to die in 12-24 hours after they consume a lethal dose.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-07-27

Would a cat eat this?

Asked by: AMBB
It's very unlikely, and we rarely here of instances where a cat has directly eaten the bait. However, all animals are unique and there may be situations where the taste of the bait is appealing to a particular cat. For this reason, we generally recommend applying pellets underground in burrows, or using a bait form such as Chunx, which can be secured inside a bait station and inaccessible to children, pets or other animals.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-08-17
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