PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Berry flavored attractant that animals like armadillo, raccoon and rats cannot resist. Use it in most any trap design that requires attractant. A tablespoon is usually enough to attract any animal foraging close by. Replace every 1-2 weeks depending on local weather and where the placements are being made to insure you have a "fresh" presentation. Store unused amounts in a refrigerator to keep it from spoiling.

RATE OF APPLICATION: 1 tablespoon is enough for any large animal; less for smaller wildlife.


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June 28, 2014

Al Bell @ 5:49 pm #


Your web site and videos are simply outstanding! Clear, complete and full of insights it would take a homeowner a lifetime to discover! I now understand several mistakes I have made recently and will be ordering your loganberry paste. I already have a cage trap that has worked in the past; I now know why it failed more recently. I will recommend your company to my friends and neighbors who may have rat problems from time to time.

Good work!

October 31, 2016

Mark Frye @ 10:26 am #


Great product! We just reordered this and have used it successfully for years whenever a rat population issue presents itself. We use it in a live trap with some horse sweet feed.

January 1, 2018

Paul Khoury @ 1:50 pm #


I thought their shipping was fast until I saw how damn fast the squirrels and mice ran into their traps to get their claws on the loganberry! It's amazing, those little rodents go crazy for this.

January 11, 2020

Jeff Thornton @ 10:18 am #


They come right to it! The paste definitely lures the shrews to the trap. Has a pleasant smell. Highly recommend it!

September 28, 2020

Megan @ 10:11 am #


It works! I followed the instructions from the video and left my 2 traps out to socialize with the environment for about two weeks before I started setting them. I've been using the Loganberry and hazelnuts and dropping the nuts at the back of the trap to encourage the rats to step on the trigger. I only started to set them this weekend and have already caught 5 rats in the two traps I purchased. Almost immediately after setting the trap at dusk I would hear the release. I'm amazed at how well this works!

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