3 edition of Dust bags and back rubbers for face and horn fly control on beef and dairy cattle. found in the catalog.
Dust bags and back rubbers for face and horn fly control on beef and dairy cattle.
1970 by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English
|Series||Extension mimeo -- 2864., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 2864.|
|Contributions||Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 2 p.|
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It was concluded from the results of tests in South Dakota in the summers of and that the installation in pastures of dust bags [cf. RAE B 56 ; 58etc.] containing 1 or 5% coumaphos dust or cable-type back rubbers [40 ] or tank-type back rubbers (in which the insecticide dripped on to a in.-wide canvas flap when a cylinder was rotated slightly by Cited by: 1.
On some farms, the old style back rubbers, oilers and dust bags can help fill some gaps in a fly control program, especially if cattle have to walk through a narrow gate to water and rub on the oiler or dust bags. Some breeds of cattle are more resistant to flies than others, and individual cattle within breeds also show differences.
A few. Dealing with summer external parasites. By Farm and self-treating devices such as back rubbers or dust bags receive the highest marks for economic control of horn flies, according to. This makes them susceptible to chemical control measures. Forced use dust bags give the best control of horn flies, although sprays, ear tags, and dips also may be successfully used.
Back rubbers and pour-on-materials can give control but are usually the least successful. For the same reason, fly tags should always be removed in the fall. "Don't apply fly tags to cattle more than once per season," Talley adds. "If additional control is needed late in the season, use a different control method such as sprays, back rubbers or dust bags.
It's also best to change class of insecticide when changing control method.". Sprays, insecticidal ear tags, dust bags, back rubbers, pour-ons and oral larvacides are the controls used on horn flies.
“There is even research supporting biological control with fly predators, but they work mainly in densely populated cattle areas such as feedlots,” said Cole.
dairy cattle, passes through in the manure of two insecticide ear tags to a spray protreated cattle. There it kills the fresh-hatched larve of gram, dust bags or back rubbers. horn flies, face flies, house flies and stable flies on Fermenta ear tags also contact.
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7- Provide external parasite (flies) control through ear tags, back rubbers, self oilers, dust bags and minerals containing IGR (insect growth regulator). 8- Sprinklers in confinement barns or pens. Remember, lets do our part to reduce heat stress on our livestock.
Several of these comments are from the feedyard foodie, Anne Burkholder. horn fly Haematobia irritans blood-feeding cattle pest (back, shoulders, sides) breed in manure; one of the most economically devastating pests of beef cattle industry in. Table 1 Potential losses due to insect and tick pests of cattle in the US* Pest type Cattle Loss (US$ million) Total loss (US$ million) Horn fly Calves Stockers Stable fly Dust bags and back rubbers for face and horn fly control on beef and dairy cattle.
book Dairy Horse fly Stockers 79 Calves 63 Dairy 48 Mosquitoes Stockers 19 Calves 31 50 Face fly Stockers 69 Calves 54 Cattle grubs Cited by: 5.
Dung flies develop exclusively in cattle dung, and are face fly, bush fly, horn fly, and buffalo fly. but both species are serious economic pests of grazing beef and dairy cattle.
False Stable Fly whereas others can be dispensed in self-applicators such as oilers, back rubbers, and dust bags (Fig. To be most effective, self Cited by: Such devices include oil back rubbers, dust bags, and tubes, liquid wicks, and impregnated expensive to control.
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