Articles written in Proceedings – Animal Sciences
Volume 87 Issue 3 March 1978 pp 77-80
Apparently alternative textural states of the two pulses have distinctive tastes, and hence poisoning in one form (whole grains) does not affect the preference for the other form (husked grains). It is thus possible to avoid ‘bait-shyness’ by using whole and then husked grains of suck pulses for poisoning this pest.
Volume 88 Issue 2 April 1979 pp 125-129
Volume 89 Issue 3 May 1980 pp 215-219
Treatments of equivalent wt./wt. mixtures of foods-millet and maize flours, or millet, maize and wheat flours;-with zinc phosphide (4 mg/10 g food) not only make the rats
Practical implications of such association of ‘bait-shyness’ to components of the original baits, are discussed.