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2 edition of Fly and Louse Control on Beef Cattle. found in the catalog.

Fly and Louse Control on Beef Cattle.

Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food.

Fly and Louse Control on Beef Cattle.

by Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesFactsheet (Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food) -- Flc
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21819717M

FLY CONTROL MEASURES Every farm has fl ies and while they are all considered a nuisance, certain types are responsible for spreading diseases. To decrease disease risk to your livestock, it is important to understand where fl ies live and breed and the various control methods available. fl y_control . There are four species of lice that affect NZ cattle: 1. Body or biting lice (Bovicola bovis): Most common. More prevalent on beef cattle than dairy cattle. They are surface feeders feeding on skin debris - they don't suck blood. 2. Sucking lice (3 species- Linognathus vituli is the most common)): More prevalent on beef cattle than dairy cattle.

When shopping with Valley Vet Supply, you will find our prices among the lowest anywhere on Dust, Rub, Pasture. Paying less means better profit margins for the farm & ranch. Order now or request a free Farm & Ranch supply catalog. This Gordon's Synergized Lice-No-More Insecticide provides excellent control of lice, mosquitoes, flies and other pests. Use on beef cattle, lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, calves, and sheep; Ready-to-use, oil-based insecticide formulation; Use as a pour-on, spray, backrubber, or premises spray/5(3).

Fly & Lice Spot On Fly & Lice Spot On Insecticide is a topical application for the control of lice and flies on cattle and ticks, lice, keds and established blowfly strike on sheep and ticks and lice on lambs. A clear, pale gold, oil-based, ready to use topical ectoparasiticide containing deltamethrin 1% . AiM-L VetCaps can be used on beef cattle of all ages, provided they are greater than pounds. Research studies showed that the AiM-L Vet Cap treatment provided very effective fly control for 10 weeks after two (separate) applications on cattle, or once every five weeks. This included several downpours of rain.


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Fly and Louse Control on Beef Cattle by Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A high-energy diet seems to reduce the effects of cattle lice on weight gains, perhaps because lice populations decline on better-fed cattle.

A sound feeding program and high energy ration serves as the foundation of a louse control program. Lice are spread primarily by direct animal to animal contact, such as feeding or shipping. The “Managing Flystrike and Lice, A Practical Guide for Farmers” is an all-you-need-to-know guide to ectoparasites in sheep, making it an essential resource for any sheep farmer.

Compiled by Beef + Lamb New Zealand, The New Zealand Merino Company Ltd and The Sheep and Beef Cattle Veterinarians branch of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, the seven-chapter book is based. Includes. Cattle chewing louse (Bovicola bovis)-biting Little blue louse (Solenopotes capillatus)-sucking Long-nose louse (Linognathus vituli)-sucking Short-nose louse (Haematopinus eurysternus)-sucking.

Management-chemical control. A single treatment may not give complete seasonal control because none of the listed products are effective against eggs.

Spraying your cattle at the throughout the year can be an effective way of controlling the fly populations on your ranch. This can be very time consuming though if your cattle are grazing a very extensive area; There are many different sources you can search for in order to find a way to control flies.

Revenge Pour-On Synergized Fly and Lice Control is versatile fly and lice control for beef and dairy cattle. Containing % Permethrin insecticide synergized with % PBO, this formula can be used as a pour-on, mist spray, wipe on or back rubber.

One gallon treats 51 cattle (5 CWT) or 7, square feet. Depending on method of application, this formula can also be used on sheep, horses and.

N.B. Flystrike preventative jetting treatments with lice- in control of low-level lice population, but only if applied to breech and back Beef Cattle Veterinarians of the NZ Veterinary Association for sharing 8 Managing flystrike and lice.

Flystrikes’ impact on sheep production Once. Just one dose of Clean-Up II kills lice and their eggs, helping make your operation more efficient.

Less cattle handling — Keep cattle out of the chute and at the feed bunk. Less labor cost — Producers or hired hands only need to apply Clean-Up II once to control lice.

Less time — Spend less time battling lice infestations. Flies, Lice & Ticks Facebook; LinkedIn; Flexible options to include in your external parasite management programs.

ARREST ® EASY-DOSE pour-on lice and fly treatment for cattle. Read more. CYDECTIN ® INJECTION FOR CATTLE treatment and control of internal and external parasites. Read more. Chewing lice are probably the most common, but large populations of sucking lice are probably the most damaging.

All lice cause severe irritation and itching, causing cattle to react by rubbing, licking or chewing on themselves. Infested animals are often restless, focusing on their discomfort rather than eating.

The species of sucking lice include: the longnosed cattle louse (Linognathus vitulii), the little blue cattle louse (Solenopotes capullati) and the shortnosed cattle louse (Haematopinus eurysternus).

Both biting and sucking lice are spread by direct contact, and are typically found along the animal’s topline, particularly around the withers. Control of nuisance fly in cattle. House fly and stable fly are a persistent annoyance and stress to cattle.

Stable fly is also a blood sucker, with sharp piercing mouthparts and a painful bite. Flies also spread the bacteria that cause Pink Eye. Company: Control Solutions CONTROLS: Lice. Flies.

ON CATTLE Controls *Flies *Keds *Lice *Gnats *Ticks For use on beef cattle, lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle. AiM-L VetCaps EPA-approved insecticide gelatin capsules offer proven effective control of horn and face flies, and biting and sucking lice on beef cattle greater than lbs.

Capsules burst upon contact with the animal, leaving your cattle protected from costly pests. Each capsule contains % lambda-cyhalothrin and % piperonyl butoxide. Two fly control options for beef cattle Economic losses in beef herds occur when horn fly numbers exceed flies per animal.

Therefore, it is necessary to control horn flies in cattle to maximize economic returns and enhance animal welfare, according to Drovers CattleNetwork. When biting flies are evident, pour on 12 mL for cattle greater than lb; 8 mL for cattle – lb; 4 mL for calves under lb.

For lice control, pour on 24 mL for cattle greater than lb; 16 mL for cattle – lb; 8 mL for calves under lb. Two other big players in the cattle fly game are stable flies and horse flies.

Stable flies bite on the ankles and are bigger in dairy cows or beef cattle, but are still well-known around the pasture.

Horse flies, although less common than the horned fly, take a slightly different, more dangerous approach to attacking cattle.

Cattle lice cause irritation and rubbing that results in hair loss and poor coat quality. Cattle won’t always require treatment for a skin problem resulting from a lice infestation. Occasionally a treatment will be required depending on numbers affected in the mob and severity of symptoms.

The first step in management of the condition is to rule out other causes of skin disease by confirming. When shopping with Valley Vet Supply, you will find our prices among the lowest anywhere on Pour-on, Spray & Dust. Paying less means better profit margins for the farm & ranch.

Order now or request a free Farm & Ranch supply catalog. External parasites on beef cattle. Drovers. Aug PM Print External parasites such as lice, flies, ticks, cattle grubs and mites are a serious problem to livestock breeders.

These pests are most prevalent during spring and summer months; however, Florida's warm climate permits many pests to live year-round. Louse control. Effective, powerful cattle pour-on for the control of horn flies and lice.

StandGuard Pour-on is an ideal horn fly and lice control solution for your rotational program as it contains gamma-cyhalothrin—the latest generation of pyrethroids—which has not previously been used in beef cattle.

It's a powerful, low-dose, easy-to-use cattle pour-on. The necessity for a fly control program for beef herds is inevitable and now is the time to plan your's for this year. The two major species of flies that cause the most serious decreases in beef production and require the most control efforts are the horn fly and face fly.Cattle pour-on and sprays protect dairy cows, beef cows, and calves from pests like roundworms, mites, grubs, and lice.

Different varieties of sprays and pour-on allow you to choose the formula and method that meets your needs.Sprays In addition to the sprays previously listed for horn fly and face fly control, Co-Ral, Prolate/Lintox-HD (1 qt in 38 gal of water), Rabon 50WP (2 lbs / 25 gal of water), or TactiK (amitraz) % EC (8 fl oz per 25 gallons of water) will control cattle lice.

Use Tactik within 6 hours of mixing.