Flies are a human and animal health hazard being a transmitter of diseases including salmonellosis, avian influenza, coccidiosis, foot and mouth and mastitis.
Insect nuisance is recognised under the Clean Neighbourhoods & Environment Act 2005, giving local authorities the power to inspect premises and issue abatement notices for non-compliance. Fly control on farms is not an area where it’s worth taking any risks.
How much are flies costing your business? A fly infestation will dramatically reduce food intake leading to reduced production i.e. daily live weight gain, egg production, egg quality and milk yield.
Up to 15 generations of flies can be produced in 1 season so it is important to act quickly for effective fly control.
Oakwood’s Farm Fly Control Programs employ a proactive course of treatments providing you and your stock with stress free fly control and peace of mind. Farm fly control for poultry units and livestock situations.
Oakwood have customers nationwide and deliver solutions to meet your needs.