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Kaput Feral Hog Bait

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Kaput Feral Hog Bait is the only EPA approved bait for wild hogs. It is restricted use in Texas and requires a license and training to use properly. This is the solution to getting rid of feral hogs on your property

Target Pests

Feral Hogs are a growing problem. They cause $800+ million in crop damage each year spread diseases to domestic livestock cause landscape and property destruction and are responsible for water quality loss due to erosion along river banks.

For Use In

This product can only be used in the Kaput Feral Hog Bait Feeder. Do not apply when non target animals are present.

Application

This product may only be used to control feral hogs (Sus scrofa) on pastures, rangeland, forests, non-crop areas, and crop lands. This bait may only be applied in hog feeders equipped with heavy lids (8 to 10 lbs. of total weight) on bait compartments so as to limit direct access to bait by nontarget animals. Feral hogs must be conditioned to accept feed from the bait dispensers and to open the weighted lids to bait compartments. Kaput Feral Hog Bait:

  1. Do not apply this bait directly on the ground, including all types of ground surface (e.g., bare or plant-covered ground, paved surfaces, etc.). Apply this product only in hog feeders consistent with the description provided above.

  2. Apply bait in fenced areas, if available. •When handling bait or animal carcasses, wear protective gloves made of barrier laminate, polyethylene, butyl rubber (>14 mils), nitrile rubber (>14 mils), neoprene rubber (>14 mils), natural rubber (>14 mils), polyvinyl chloride (>14 mils), or Viton (>14 mils).

  3. Store this product out of reach of children, pets, domesticated animals, and wildlife.

  4. Post bilingual caution signs (English and Spanish) in the treated areas to warn the public of the presence of the Warfarin bait and to forbid disturbance of bait dispensers and hog carcasses. Post these signs on public roads, trails, and pathways within and at common points of access to treated areas.

Time to Kill

Warfarin is a slower acting poison and can take a few weeks to get a problem under control.

Active Ingredient

Warfarin (CAS Number 81-81-2) 0.005%

Kaput Feral Hog Bait

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Does the bait hurt deer or any other animals?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, that is why the Feral Hog Bait is placed in the feeder for hogs to access.
A hog that has eaten a small portion of this and moves to another area be dangerous for human consumption ?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The blue color will remain in the fatty tissue for 8 days after ingestion, so you will be able to know that it has consumed the bait, takes 4 to 7 days to kill them. You will need to collect and bury properly all the carcasses that are located. Reduced risk of death to other wildlife.

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