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Ralph Slepecky

The most interesting aspect of the warfarin story is that although there are many chemicals that will kill rats, the rats would die in the grain elevators and you might get some rat meat in your cereal. BUT warfarin made the rats thirsty and so they would leave and die elsewhere.

Ralph Slepecky

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