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Bait Stations
Bait stations are self-contained, enclosed devices containing an approved type of rodenticide in block or paste form. Pellets and other loose forms of rodenticide are not approved for consumer use, due to risk of accidental poisoning of children and pets. The station does not trap the rat. Instead, it contains a rodenticide that lures the rodent into the entrance of the station. The rat enters, eats some of the bait, and leaves through the station’s exit hole, then it dies (hopefully outdoors away from the house, but this is not always the case). The bait is entirely contained inside the station so it is protected against accidental contact or ingestion by children or non-target animals. There are refillable and non-refillable stations, and stations must be sold with a rodenticide in the package; you cannot buy it separately.

Snap Traps
Rat-sized wooden or plastic traps can be very effective for killing rats and are the least expensive option. When using a snap trap to capture a rat, be sure to use a larger trap labeled for rat control. The small mouse traps are not likely to kill or hold the rat, and could, instead, inhumanely injure the rodent.

​​Live Traps
Live traps use the rodents’ natural tendency to investigate and wiggle into holes. In these traps, the rodent can get in but cannot get out. This is often accomplished through a wind-up mechanism triggered by touch. When the rodent goes into the hole, the mechanism snaps it to the other side of the trap where it is captured. These traps must be regularly inspected and emptied, as needed. In addition, once captured, the rodent must be humanely killed or released where it won’t reenter the home or building or be of harm to others.

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Black Rat


The black rat is between 16–24cm in length, with a tail longer than the head and body.
It grows to between 150–200g in weight.
They have a pointed nose, large ears and a slender body.


They are incredibly agile and very good climbers.
Their preferred food is moist fruits. Black Rats will eat around 15g of food a day and drink 15ml.

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Brown Rat


The brown rat is up to 40 cm in length, with a tail shorter than the head and body.
It grows up to between 350–500g in weight.
It has a blunt nose, small ears and a thicker body when compared to the Black Rat (Rattus rattus).


Preferred food is cereals, although they are omnivorous.
They will eat around 30g of food a day and drink 60ml.