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Managing Flystrike and Lice
Katrina Thomas
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Managing Flystrike and Lice

B+LNZ Practical Guide for Farmers

Effective prevention and treatment of flystrike and lice involves a multi-pronged approach. This booklet aims to provide you with the detail you need to:
a) Understand the pests’ lifecycles and therefore the optimal time to target them, and
b) The treatment options – chemical and non-chemical – available to you.
B+LNZ recommend you get specialist advice. Your vet or a qualified advisor can help.

Click on the link below to download a copy of the 40 page guide.

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