Safeguard cattle from biting flies and other insects that endanger your herd and your business
Economic losses for cattle producers associated with horn flies, face flies, and stable flies total in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Biting insects feeding on cattle can cause irritation, decreased grazing efficiency, reduced weight gain and is implicated in the spread of mastitis and other costly bovine diseases.1
MGK offers a comprehensive array of effective, cost efficient products proven to quickly kill and control the insects that threaten your cattle operation. Click on each product to learn more:
Decimari® Fly Bait The first fly bait with dual modes of action. One bait, two ways to put an end to flies.
Premise Spray & Insect Growth Regulators
NyGuard® IGR Concentrate Effective indoors and out. Breaks the cycle of insect reproduction.
Onslaught® Microencapsulated Insecticide Microencapsulated to providing lasting residual control.
Onslaught® FastCap Spider & Scorpion Insecticide Advanced microcap kills fast and keeps on killing.
On/Over Animal Products
EverGreen® 100 Synergized ULV Concentrate Oil-based, synergized fogging concentrate kills flies and other listed insects.
EverGreen® Pro 60-6 MGK’s highest concentrated Pyrethrin formulation.
Exponent® Insecticide Synergist Improves control by increasing insects’ susceptibility to insecticides.
Riptide® Water-based Pyrethrin ULV Botanical insecticide for fogging and automatic misting.
Sector® Misting Concentrate Long-lasting insecticide for automatic spraying systems.
VamPyre® Misting Concentrate Ideal hard-to-kill flies, mites, lice.
The right choice for producers who are concerned about the environment but also want a more effective range of botanical insecticide options to control hard to kill insects.
EverGreen® Pyrethrum Concentrate OMRI Listed. Apply directly over poultry.
EverGreen® Pyrethrum Dust A powerful botanical insecticide. OMRI listed.
PyGanic® Specialty is an organically-compliant, broad-spectrum contact insecticide. OMRI listed and accepted under NOP for organic production.
1 University of Nebraska – Lincoln: “Controlling Flies on Pastured Cattle”