Which Vole Poison Should You Choose?
The vole poison that you choose will be determined by the size of the vicinity infested with voles and approximately how many voles are included in the infestation.
Pait packets work best for medium to large applications such as homes and yards. Bait blocks are the ideal application for large to extra large applications such as large properties, barns, parks and golf courses.
Cone baits, however, are ideal for small applications like gardens and small yards that are only infested with a small number of voles.
Regardless of the size of the yard, home or infestation all of the vole poisons on this list do their job exceptionally well.
A vole can create hundreds of dollars in damage should they get into your home and begin foraging in your walls and furniture. Bait packets are the best way to address a vole infestation in the house.
They not only attract voles, but they can be strategically placed to lure voles away from your home where they are eventually killed by the bait packet.
Bait packets are also highly effective when utilized in conjunction with a professional exterminator who will know precisely where to place the bait in order to increase its maximum vole killing effectiveness.
Though bait packets are effective, they do need to be regularly monitored and reapplied to ensure the entire vole population has been eliminated.
Bait blocks work exceptionally well on large farms or in garages and barns where there is a lot of space for voles to occupy.
Bait blocks enable greater bait coverage and generally permeate a stronger scent then bait packets.
The voles can smell the scent from farther away which means less bait is required to achieve maximum coverage and effectiveness. Bait blocks generally also include an anticoagulant which is extremely effective and quick at eliminating voles, rats and other rodents.
Cone baits are an innovative solution to a frustrating and unsightly problem created by voles and other tunneling rodents.
By obstructing the voles tunnels, the cone bait not only prevents the vole from entering your home and garden but eliminates them shortly after contact with the bait.
Cone baits are also ideal for small applications where only 1 or 2 voles may be plaguing a small garden or home. Cone baits are also very affordable and easy to regularly apply to your lawn.
Few, if any rodent baits and poisons are safe to use around pets and children, so it is important only to apply vole poisons where there is no chance of contact with each.
All of the vole poisons presented on this list are exceptionally powerful and effective against voles and other rodents; however, the best overall is surly Tomcat All-Weather Bait Chunx for its seamless combination of affordability, maximum range, and effectiveness.
However, when it comes to a precise application, there is no beating the vole stopping power of Sweeney’s Mole and Gopher Poison.