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Most commercial rat poisons contain anticoagulant drugs such as warfarin, diphacinone or bromadiolone. Alternative rat poisons may contain vitamin D, bromethalin, strychnine or zinc phosphide. More »

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Rat poison is composed of chemicals such diphacinone, bromadiolone and warfarin — all anticoagulants that cause internal bleeding. Highly toxic metal phosphides are also a common ingredient. More »

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Two ingredients in TomCat Rat Killer are bromethalin and denatonium benzoate. The active ingredient, bromethalin, is highly toxic but is only 0.01 percent of the compound. Dentonium benzoate, one of the ingredients in th... More »

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Rat poison is composed of chemicals such diphacinone, bromadiolone and warfarin — all anticoagulants that cause internal bleeding. Highly toxic metal phosphides are also a common ingredient. More »

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The most effective rat poisons are those that use bromethalin, zinc phosphides or vitamin D derivatives as active ingredients. These types of poisons kill rats quickly, and they are effective against increasingly common ... More »

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Two ingredients in TomCat Rat Killer are bromethalin and denatonium benzoate. The active ingredient, bromethalin, is highly toxic but is only 0.01 percent of the compound. Dentonium benzoate, one of the ingredients in th... More »

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The most commonly prescribed anticoagulant drugs in the United States include warfarin, such as Coumadin; dalteparin, such as Fragmin; dabigatran, such as Pradaxa; and enoxaparin, such as Lovenox, according to the Americ... More »

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