Hacco, Inc. is a diverse and modern formulation facility specializing
in contract and private label formulation and packaging of
rodenticides and other bait formulations (to include packaging
as small as 25 gram). We also have the capability to formulate
liquid products and can package into containers as small as
four (4) ounces. We are a basic technical registrant and a
finished goods registrant. We can formulate and package your
product, you can subregister one of our products, or we can
help you develop and register your own product. Our facility
includes an R&D lab, a quality control laboratory, a GLP
chemistry lab, a GLP rodent efficacy lab and an EPA registration
department. We will also supply you with technical or concentrates
for your own use. We are a supplier to most of the rodenticide
• Cooking Extrusion
• Cold Extruded
• Non-Wax Cold Extruders
• Solvent-Based Liquids
• Liquid Fillers
• Automatic Cappers
• Ink Jet Printers
• Horizontal Form-Fill-Seal
• Shrink Wrappers
• Vertical Cartoners
• Horizontal Cartons
The following methods can never be stressed too much, and will help
you keep your home safe from rats and mice:
Keep your home clean
Keep all food, water and garbage in metal or thick plastic containers
with tight-fitting lids.
Never leave pet food and water out overnight.
Wash dishes and utensils and clean spilled food from counters and
Dispose of trash and clutter.
Eliminate possible rodent nesting sites such as junk cars, old tires
and trash piles. Cut grass, brush and dense shrubbery within 100
feet of the home.
Control rodents inside your
You can prevent rodents from entering your home by stuffing steel
wool or concrete in holes larger than one-quarter inch in diameter.
Mice can fit through space the size of a dime. Placing three inches
of gravel under the base of homes or under mobile homes also discourages
rodent burrowing. And placing metal roof flashing around the base
wooden, earthen or adobe dwelling acts as a rodent barrier.
Using Spring-loaded (snap) rodent traps in the home continuously.
Traps designed with a cover are particularly effective as they minimize
contact with the dead rodent.
As a supplement to traps, EPA-approved rodenticides such as bait
pellets, on an ongoing basis inside the house. Ideal places for
baits and traps are dark corners such as behind the stove, washer
and dryer, and refrigerator and close to walls. Check bait every
few days to see if they need replacing. Remember that in some parts
of the country, rodent fleas may carry plague. In these areas, use
insecticides prior to trapping or baiting to control fleas that
may transmit disease when they leave the dead rodent.
Remember to keep baits and traps out of the reach of children and
Control rodents outside your
Natural predators such as hawks, snakes and coyotes help control
the rodent population naturally. But snap traps and bait should
be used inside barns and sheds, remembering to keep all rodenticides
safely out of the reach of children and animals.
You should also relocate woodpiles, vegetable gardens, trash cans
and animal feed to at least 100 feet from the house. Hay bales,
woodpiles and trash cans should sit at least 12 inches off the ground.
Product Information & Registration
(MSDS & label information)
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Technical & Private Label Sales
or e-mail inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hacco, Inc. Manufacturing Plant
Fax: 920-326-5135 or e-mail email@example.com
For medical emergencies related to Hacco/Haco
products, call 1-800-498-5743
For chemical spills, call 800/424-9300 (CHEMTREC)
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