Rat/Muskrat

RAT

The rat has a hierarchical society. It lives in groups led by a dominant male. Each group is made up of around 40 to 60 individuals.

Rats are extremely prolific animals. Their sexual maturity is reached when they are two months old. A spleen can give birth to about sixty young per year.

DAMAGES AND INDICES

Rats can damage buildings. They can also chew on electrical cables, eat away at pipes, causing water or gas leaks. Rats can transmit many diseases through bites or through the parasites (especially fleas) they carry.

OUELL'S SOLUTION

With our high performance 3-10 rat trap, you will be able to solve all your problems. Our environmental trap ranks among the best and most effective traps on the market.

  • Very durable, weather resistant
  • Installed on a cedar piece to ensure stability
  • Equipped with an integrated lever that allows you to remove the dead animal without having to touch it
  • Can be used for years, for maximum savings
  • Prevents you from using fish that are harmful to the environment or to your family
  • No dead animals remaining hidden in walls and ceilings

MUSKRAT

The muskrat is territorial. Muskrat populations follow cycles of 5 to 10 years. During the high phases of the cycle, it often happens that some of them end up in marginal habitats, where they then cause damage.

DAMAGES AND INDICES

Muskrat can feed on crops of wheat, soybeans, corn and sorghum adjacent to the aquatic environment.

Digging the burrow can damage the plantings and cause them to collapse.

Muskrat can also chew on foam blocks used as floats for docks.

OUELL'S SOLUTION

With our high performance R-M muskrat trap, you will be able to solve all your problems. Our environmental trap ranks among the best and most effective traps on the market.

  • Very durable, weather resistant
  • Equipped with an integrated lever that allows you to remove the dead animal without having to touch it
  • Can be used for years, for maximum savings
  • Prevents us from using fish that are harmful to the environment or to your family
  • No dead animals remaining hidden in walls and ceilings

The muskrat is a very easy animal to trap. In addition, populations are controlled fairly well by sustained trapping. However, it is essential to use certified compliant traps (R-M) to international standards (ANIPSC).

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