Warfarin – A valuable tool for successful rodent control whilst minimising risk to non-target species.

  First-generation anticoagulants, such as warfarin, are less acutely toxic and are less persistent in animal tissues than the second-generation compounds. It may be assumed that they present a lower risk of both primary and secondary poisoning for non-target animals in most use situations. For CRUU Ireland Best Practice Requirements – Click HERE For these…

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