BalEnce — Safe, Organic, & Long-term Control of Fly Populations
Swine Farm Fly Control requires an effective insect control program. It is imperative in maintaining a high level of health and productivity in today’s hog farm production.
A good pig farm management program includes an understanding of harmful insects and how they affect your swine. A variety of fly types are commonly found in swine production facilities including house flies, fruit flies, sewer flies, and blowflies.
All animal production facilities — swine, dairy, goats, sheep, bison, equine, poultry, etc. attract flies. Different flies are attracted by different animals. Simply because it is common to see flies doesn’t mean that they can’t be held in check. More importantly, the negative impact of an out-of-control fly population can be devasting to your hog farm and the health and welfare of your current and future swine production.
Monitor fly populations regularly throughout the year. Don’t wait until fly numbers are at unacceptable levels before trying to reduce them. Have a written integrated pest management plan specifically targeting flies.
Flies can be an annoyance and a health concern for growing pigs. BalEnce Organic Fly Spray has shown excellent results in controlling the flies and fly larvae commonly found in the swine environment. BalEnce provide a safe, organic and longterm method for combatting fly populations in your swine farm production facilities. BalEnce offers a systemic approach to targeting multiple points in the fly life cycle and its use provides a comprehensive approach in an integrated fly management program.
It is important to begin the application of balEnce Organic Fly Spray as soon as flies and/or larvae are observed as good early fly control is easier than attacking a fly population that has gotten out of control.
Call us to discuss how best to utilize and maximize the effect of balEnce with the various types of feeders, drinkers, manure storage, and manure moving equipment in the three distinct production phases (Production Facilities, Breeding Barns and Gestation Rooms, and Farrowing Rooms and Nurseries) in your facility.
The housefly alone has been linked to the spread of more than 30 bacterial and protozoal diseases.