Ratimor® contains the single-feeding anticoagulant Bromadiolone in 0,005% concentration and its uses has the most balanced effects as well as all benefits in one active ingredient, making the product highly effective against rodents but safer for non target species:
It has very good target efficiency
0.02 oz. of bait containing Bromadiolone contains a lethal dosage for an average domestic mouse (0.7 oz. mus musculus) - that is approximately 25 - 30 % of its daily food consumption. Assuming the mouse likes the bait it may consume this quantity in 8-10 meals out of the 30+ meals a it may eat daily. 0.2 oz. of bait contains a lethal dosage for an average rat (8.8 oz. rattus norwegicus) - that is approximately 30 % of its daily food consumption. Assuming the rat likes the bait it may consume this quantity in 4-5 meals out of the 10-15 meals a day it may usually eat.
Very good target efficiency
Lethal dose per single feed (Acute oral LD 0.001763 oz/lbs).
While an average 20 lb. dog would need to consume 4-6 lb. of Ratimor® baits containing Bromadiolone to consume a lethal (LD50) dose it would need to consume much less than 2 lb. of Brodifacoum or Flocoumafen containing-bait to consume the same dose.
Less toxic to non target animals
MTD: Minimum tolerated dose.