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New Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks II Replacing Multi-Kill

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The Multi-Kill Brand Blocks II rodenticide has an expanded RMD compliant label.

| July 16, 2013

LITITZ, Pa. — Woodstream will be replacing the current Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks rodenticide with Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks II rodenticide which has an expanded RMD compliant label. This will be a running change that will take place early August 2013.

New Multi-Kill Brand Block II has an expanded label that doubles the allowed distance bait may be used to control Norway Rats, Roof Rats and House Mice. Multi-Kill Brand Blocks II may be used in and within 100 feet of a man-made structure. Fence and perimeter baiting beyond 100 feet from a structure is prohibited as is burrow baiting.
In addition there is no urban / non-urban language on the Multi-Kill Brand Block II label which will allow for expanded usage.

The product number for Multi-Kill Brand Block II will remain M2030 however the EPA Registration number will change to 36488-63. New updated labels and MSDS sheets will be available at www.woodstreampro.com or your distributor. Also available will be updated service record cards.

Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks II contains the active difenacoum. It’s a single feed second generation anticoagulant providing proven performance, reduced toxicity to non-targets and lower cost, Woodstream reports. It kills rodents in 3-5 days and is an excellent clean-out and maintenance product, the company added.

 

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