Keep broilers, layers and turkeys safe from darkling beetles, flies and other insects that threaten your operation
Poultry and poultry facilities can become infested with a variety of insects that lower growth rates, reduce egg production, and pose a health risk to birds and people. Of major concern is the darkling (litter) beetle which are mechanical vectors for several diseases including Avian Influenza.1
MGK offers a comprehensive array of effective, cost efficient products proven to quickly kill and control the insects that threaten your poultry operation. Click on each product to learn more:
Premise Spray & Insect Growth Regulators
Darlex Insecticide The first darkling beetle product formulated for the poultry industry with a next generation neonicotinoid.
NyGuard® IGR Concentrate Effective indoors and out. Breaks the cycle of insect reproduction.
Onslaught® Microencapsulated Insecticide Microencapsulated to provide 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.
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 for 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 Campbell, J.B. 1996. “A guide for managing poultry insects.” Nebraska Guide, Cooperative Extension Service.