Left unchecked, two adult rats can be responsible for the birth of up to 15,000 descendants after a year. In other words, all it takes is two rats to bring an infestation back to its original size or larger. ContraPest works by counteracting this rebound effect, significantly reducing their ability to reproduce. Once deployed, population control is just a matter of time.
Rein in rat populationsfrom the start
ContraPest is the first EPA-registered contraceptive for both male and female rats developed by rat fertility control scientists to create healthy environments by virtually eliminating rat pest populations. Designed to restrict fertility in both sexes, ContraPest is:
The true size of a rat infestation can be difficult to pinpoint, but using ContraPest monthly will allow for continuous consumption by any new, unobserved rats.
Deploying ContraPest together with other methods, including lethal measures, can speed up the process because you’re targeting both ends of the life cycle: birth and death.
As rat populations decrease over time, less ContraPest may be required, resulting in more efficiency.