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Fly Control Considerations for Cattle on Pasture

Horn flies, face flies, and stable flies are not just irritants to livestock, but are also economically important to producers due to negative impacts on milk production and calf weaning weights. In addition, they can a

Fly Control Tips

Now that warm weather has arrived, everyone will start to focus on all the chores that have to be done to “gear” up for the upcoming season, including fly control.

Start Horn Fly Control Earlier Rather than Later

Every spring horn flies are guaranteed to steal production, pounds and profits. Early control is key. There are many products on the market to control flies: insecticide ear tags, pour-ons, insect growth regulators (IGR

Timely Management Steps to Combat External Parasites

In cattle, culprits can include several fly species as well as ticks. Controlling these pests takes properly timed management.

Don't Take Parasites to Pasture

The time is now to start planning for parasite control prior to grazing.

The time is now to start planning for parasite control prior to grazing.
Don't Take Parasites to Pasture

The time is now to start planning for parasite control prior to grazing.

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Summer Fly Control in Feedlots

Just as longer days mark the beginning of summer, so does the arrival of increased number of flies in feedlots.

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Start Horn Fly Control Earlier than Later

Start a fly control program early to capture higher rates of gain