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Information about rat control

(Rattus norvegicus)

The wandering-rat has a body length of 25 cm, its tail is 18-21 cm long,
it weighs between 200 and 400 g

Wandering rats are large, powerfully built rats with an angular skull, blunt muzzle and a thick tail.

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They can often be found in cellars, storage rooms, cattle stalls and barns, on landfill sites, near ponds, ditches, rivers and streams.

Biology / development:

Wandering-rats live in a hierarchically organized pack with up to 100 individuals. They orient themselves with the sense of smell and the members of a clan recognize each other by the smell. They are loyal to the location and ready to fight defend their territory against other packs. They are animals that are active at night and at twilight, and they are extremely intelligent and capable of learning, which is why combating them can sometimes be very difficult. The females have 3-7 litters with 4-8 cubs each. Wandering-rats are omnivores.

Damage patterns:

Rats are carriers of diseases such as of viral diseases: foot-and-mouth disease, swine fever, rabies and Hantavirus infections, of diseases caused by bacteria: leptospirosis, tuberculosis, salmonellosis, rat bite fever, Lyme borelliosis and spot fever, they are also carriers of worm diseases and fleas. They spoil food and feed through feeding and contamination, as well as through the transmission of fungi and mites.


The fight today is usually done with active ingredients that inhibit blood clotting. Use of the feeding bait in pourable form at bait stations. Gel baits are ideal in low-water locations such as grain stores because rats drink regularly. The amount of bait station in rats should be at least 150-200 g and should be checked regularly once a week.

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