How to kill the rats on your farm and other places before they kill your profits


How to kill the rats on your farm and other places before they kill your profits


Difenacoum is an anticoagulant of the 4-hydroxycoumarin vitamin K antagonist type (second generation) leading to death of all types of rodents.



Difenacoum is the best solution for rodent control in presence of domestic or farm animals in treated area. Indeed, the potency of Difenacoum to rodents is slightly higher than to other non-targeted species. Use of Difenacoum allows a good control of Brown rats and is excellent against House mice.




Nora Pasta is a specific paste flavored and very attractive to rodents even in presence of other feeding possibilities. By wrapping baits in individual pads, efficacy of product is not altered under humid conditions. One pad contains around 10g of pasta mixture.


Recommendations of usage


Determine areas where rats and/or mice will most likely find an consume the bait. Place the baits in these areas. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside bedside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been observed.


It is important to use small quantities of baits in a lot of different places than to use big quantities but in a few places.


When consumption stops, leave some bait to prevent re-infestation. Usage of bait station ensures security and quality of product.




Rats – 100g of baits every 10 meters (5m in case of high infestation).

Mice — 20g of baits every 5 meters (3m in case of high infestation).


Formulation Type – Pasta


Active Ingredient – Difenacoum (0.0025-0.005%)


Chemical Class – 4-hydroxycoumarin. Anticoagulant of 2ndgeneration


Mechanism of Action – Vitamin K antagonist leading to anticoagulation of rodents.


Target – Rats and mice


Packaging – For professional use, from 3kg depending on countries. For amateur use, up to 150g by dose of around 10g.




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