Farnam SimpliFly Feed-Thru Fly Control
Product ID : 33945044
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Prevents the development of stable flies and house flies in the manure of treated horses.
Highly palatable feed additive
Contains no organophosphates
Pellets with an Alfalfascent
SimpliFly by Farnam (R) with Larva Stop Feed-thru fly control Prevents the development of stable flies and house flies in the manure of treated horses. Highly palatable feed additive Contains no organophosphates Pellets with an Alfalfa scent A highly palatable feed additive to prevent the development of stable flies and houseflies in the manure of treated horses. Contains the fly growth regulator, Diflubenzuron (Dimilin), which breaks the fly life cycle by preventing the formation of fly larvae's exoskeletons when they molt (resulting in their death). Reduces fly populations by 97-100%. Start feeding in spring before flies begin to appear, and continue feeding throughout the summer. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN Active Ingredient : Diflubenzuron (Dimilin) CAS# 35367-38-5 0.24% Other Ingredients -99.76% Directions for Use : It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. DO NOT USE ON HORSES INTENDED FOR SLAUGHTER Feed the recommended dosage of SimpliFly TM with LarvaStop TM to each horse separately to make certain he receives his full portion. This product should be fed top dressed on grain or mixed with the horse's total ration to provide 6.8 mg of diflubenzuron per 100 lbs. of body weight. For an occasional finicky eater who does not accept new feeds readily, mix this product with sweet feed or grain ration. Start feeding SimpliFly TM with LarvaStop TM early in the spring before flies begin to appear and continue feeding throughout the summer and into the fall until cold weather restricts fly activity. This product contains an insect growth regulator which prevents the development of house flies and stable flies in the manure of treated horses, but is not effective against existing adult flies. In some cases, supplemental fly control measures may be needed in and around paddocks and buildings to control adult house and stable flies which can breed in other decaying vegetable matter or silage on premises, or that mig