Usually, rodents can damage buildings, contaminate food, and transmit diseases to people. Rats and mice are known vectors of many human diseases such as leptospirosis, typhoid and even salmonellosis. Rodents harbor serious livestock diseases including several bacteria and viruses. Therefore, rodents control is one of the main focus of Boyer’s interventions are decreasing the risks of rodent invasions and to keep them away from your premises.
This intervention calls out for the placement of rat baits and traps in strategic places in order to control any infestation. Entry points should be tight to prevent access and entry of rodents. Mice need just a 3-4 mm opening to access and rats need just a 6-7 mm opening. This process is a continuous process where plans are assessed frequently to address emergent and unexpected issues that may arise throughout the intervention and prevention process.