Rodents can cause many problems, including the spread of disease, damage to buildings and equipment and contamination of your food or feed products. The physical damage caused to buildings is easy to see, but disease caused by these rodents has a much larger economic impact.


QC Supply offers a full arsenal of products and supplies to use against these pests. Motomco, Agrid 3, Di-Kill, Ramik, Havoc and Liphatech Rodenticides, Bait Stations and Traps along with a knowledge of how to eliminate these pest will all play an important role in your Rodent Control Program. Give our experts a call at 1-800-433-6340 or visit us online. We will be happy to assist you and lead you on your way towards taking care of your rodent problem.


How do you know you have a rodent problem? Some of the signs to look for will include rodent runways or paths in and around your buildings, along with droppings and rodent burrows. You may also see holes in ceilings and walls or shredded paper and insulation.


How do you know the extent of your rodent problem? To get a good idea of the extent, you will need to find the spot where your rodent problem is most evident. Rodents are most active right after dark, so quietly observe and count the number of rodents you see during a specific time period (thirty to sixty minutes should suffice). This will give you an idea of the number of rodents you have. After you have begun your Rodent Control Program, take a monthly census at the same time of day and length of time to help estimate the effectiveness of your program.


Where do you put your Bait Stations? Bait placement is important to your overall Rodent Control Program because rodents will travel along well established paths between their nests and food supplies. They will not go out of their way unless they are forced to do so. Make sure your bait stations, rodenticides and traps are placed along these areas. An excellent rodenticide, improperly placed will not be as effective as a lesser quality rodenticide which is located properly. Location, location, location.


Will rodents eat any Rodenticide Bait? It is important to note that many rodenticides show good efficacy in laboratory conditions but do not perform very well in the real world. In the real world, the bait must compete with the rodents other food sources, such as grain, corn or livestock feed. A more palatable rodenticide will be accepted by the rodents and will lead to higher efficacy for your rodent control program.


For assistance in implementing your Rodent Control Program, give the experts at QC Supply a call today at 1-800-433-6340. We can help you assess the extent of your problem and give you our recommendation on products to use to effectively reduce your rodent population and decrease the risks associated with these pests.