Livestock owners face the constant issue of fly management.  Warm climates allow maggots, that hatch-out from their eggs, to thrive in suitable living conditions. They seek out animal waste, specifically manure from barn animals, and are very prolific in humid environments.

Aside from the rapid population increase of these normal houseflies, due to the ideal environmental conditions the climate brings, livestock producers, barn owners, farm owners and the like, also encounter other destructive insects and unwanted pests, such as various species of flies, spiders, and different types of wasps.

At certain times of the day, most of these harmful parasites attack, disturb, and feed on larger bodied animals, especially livestock, if they’re in the area. In worse cases, the said insects can affect the quality of the cattle’s meat and hide, spread lice among the animals, cause anemia through mosquito bites, and increase the possibility of transmitting heartworms, which could eventually result in the death of the affected animals.

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Fly Control Systems

A fly control system is used to eliminate any unwanted airborne insects, or pests on a house, or a yard area. More importantly, these systems provide fly control for barns and may also be used for outdoor fly control, which can effectively kill flies and serve specifically as fly control for horses and as fly control for cattle.

Proven to be more effective than using fly spray, the fly control systems may be programmed to automatically expel finer, environmentally friendly mists, within the borders of the area to kill any malevolent insect that the mist comes in contact with.

Fly control systems are able to kill flies outside of an individual’s home and which keeps them from endangering the people, and animals, living in the area. Furthermore, this system also help control spiders in a barn and mosquitoes, which target livestock and people.

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The Recommended Fly Control Method for Barns

Aside from providing an effective fly control for cattle, fly control systems also address common concerns of livestock and farm owners, such as fruit fly control, and horse fly control.

Cattle manure is a common breeding ground for harmful insects that cause detrimental effects to livestock, especially the cattle, themselves. Weight loss, decreased amount of time in grazing, and reduced production of milk were observed without the presence of fly control for cattle, which are commonly associated to major commercially economic losses.

During the harvest period, farmers would also encounter damaged, and infested fruits, because of fruit flies.  This type of fly contaminates food, and fruits in particular, with bacteria and various disease-transmitting organisms. Fruit fly control may be difficult due to the number of possible habitats, and breeding grounds, these insects may have; however, fruit flies may easily be dealt with using an effective fly control system within the area.

Commonly known for feeding on horse blood, stable flies are responsible for horses suddenly stamping, or kicking themselves, due to the bites these flies deliver below the horse’s knees. As a result, horses may become anxious, and difficult for their owners to manage. For this reason, effective horse fly control methods should be employed.

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The Benefits of Using Fly Control Systems

The fully automatic, and digital, fly control system may be activated on a schedule, thus allowing its users to save time and effort, eliminating and preventing the threats of harmful insects to the animals, and allowing more helpful insects to enter the area.

Instead of manually using fly spray to ward off, and prevent, the threat harmful pests and insects bring, one can save his time, and expend less effort, by making use of these systems to do the job for them. These systems generate a higher probability of eliminating insects, and at the same time maintain an eco-friendly environment.

 

Models

Fly control systems are the best fly killer, in terms of outdoor insect elimination, which operate automatically.

Some are built from 316 stainless steel, and the mist system’s nozzles often last for years, without the need for nozzle tip replacement. The nozzles are also equipped with precision anti-drip tension and filter, along with the ideal orifice size and pressure, which allows the consistent production of droplets without wasting excess droplets.

Without the requirement of replacement, the system’s line is a ¼” flex nylon tubing, which comes in different colors, such as black, white, tan, cocoa, gray, and may also be painted, if needed.

 

Installation

Companies who offer this kind of service will conveniently, and strategically, position the misting systems in the designated area according to its design and landscape, which does not catch any visual attention.

When positioning and installing the systems, in buildings both under construction or already existing, the installation is meant to be aethetically pleasing while still being functional.

 

Conclusion

Making use of these tools is an effective fly control system for barns that not only provide guaranteed fly control for horses, and fly control for cattle, but also delivers spider control, wasp control, mud-dobber control and mosquito control, within the perimeters of a certain area where the systems are installed.

Economic losses may be greatly reduced, if not avoided, with the simple installation of a comparable system. The overall increase of quality among livestock, and animals, may be enjoyed through the use of an effective fly control system.

Operating automatically, the digital fly control system allows its users to experience less burden in farming, and enables them to statistically save more money, due to the low maintenance requirement the systems offer.

Overall, fly control systems not only control harmful airborne insects, and pests, that prey on livestock during the daytime or at dawn and dusk. This results in safety among livestock, and family members, from the diseases and illnesses that many of the unwanted insects may bring.

 

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