Is there any information or studies available on the “bait taken” quantities from bait-stations equating to an estimated kill rate. (Rats and mice mainly)?
Trying to justify the cost of bait distribution and the benefits thereof, sometimes needs some sort of researched or calculated evidence.
Anecdotal evidence of the fact that bird life increases, the bush and plant regeneration excellerates and visible dead rodents in the controlled areas, is not always convincing enough to financiers not physically involved in the controlled sites.
In the interest of maintaining ongoing, financial investment, it would be nice to quote some sort of well founded numbers.