The federal government is considering banning two rodenticides in June—brodifacoum and bromadio-lone—because of their lethal effects to non-target animals.

They are marketed under names, such as D-Con, Havoc, Talon, Tomcat Ultra and Just One Bite.

Both chemicals are anticoagulants and are presistant, meaning any predator that eats a roden treated with the product also could die from bleeding out.

Read the complete article in the Sacramento Bee.