The physical and financial threat is real, protect your swine and your business with MGK
Flies, mosquitoes, hog lice and other insects pose a physical threat to swine as well as a financial threat to producers. Insects that feed on swine can produce skin lesions, resulting in secondary bacterial infections and substantial economic loss due to excessive trimming at slaughter.1
MGK offers a comprehensive array of effective, cost efficient products proven to quickly kill and control the insects that threaten your swine and your business. 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 Sprays & Insect Growth Regulators
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.
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 Kills and repels stable flies, horse flies, mosquitoes, gnats and more.
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 to your animals or use as a space spray
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 Minnesota: “Evaluation of three strategies for insect control on a commercial swine farm.”