Why use an automatic fly spray system?

Insects become active as soon as the weather warms in the spring. This means that as the temperature increases, they start reproducing. One typical female adult fly lays from 250 to 1250 eggs in a two to five week period. From the time the egg is laid to the formation of an adult is 9 to 43 days, depending on temperature and moisture conditions. Multiply this by the number of flies in a typical barn on a hot day and the resulting population is the cause of most fly problems.

As with any method of insect control, when used in an animal setting, our Automatic Flying Insect Control System should be used in conjunction with good manure management, moisture control and general farm sanitation.