d-CON works by inducing internal bleeding. The active ingredient in d-CON bait traps is a chemical called "brodifacoum." It prevents blood from clotting and also damages capillaries. More »

The active ingredient in d-CON rat bait pellets is brodifacoum, the same active ingredient in the company's mouse bait pellets, wedge baits and place packs. The active ingredient in its bait stations is diphacinone. Both... More »

According to the "Best Rat Poison" category on Bestcovery.com, the products that rank highest are Neogen Rodenticide, Tomcat and D-Con. Bestcovery.com evaluates and reviews various household products, including pest cont... More »

The active ingredient in d-CON rat bait pellets is brodifacoum, the same active ingredient in the company's mouse bait pellets, wedge baits and place packs. The active ingredient in its bait stations is diphacinone. Both... More »

The highest rated mouse poison, as of January 2015, is Havoc Di-Kill pellets, according to bestcovery.com. Its number one rating was achieved due to a combination of effectiveness, safety and affordability. More »

There is no sustainable evidence that supports the idea that electronic, or ultrasonic, mouse repellents work. These electronic devices are plugged into a home's outlet and supposedly emit a high-frequency sound. This no... More »

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Slate reports that d-Con rodent poison works by inducing fatal hemorrhaging in the animal that consumes it. However, the poison does not kill mice immediately. Instead, the mice must consume the poison several times to i... More »