Kunafin customers get more for every dollar! Parasites attack fly pupa preventing flies from hatching without bothering you or your animals. Read More
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Biological Fly Control by Kunafin, 30,000 ParasitesKunafin customers get more for every dollar!
Fly parasites are very important to having a Total Fly Management Program. Your little Kunafin parasites attack fly pupa preventing flies from hatching and will not bother you or your animals. They are host specific.
Fly parasites are used to control unhatched flies only. For full fly control, Be sure to use other options, including sprays, traps, and baits, along with the parasites.
Each wasp has a lifespan of 18 - 21 days and the reproduction rate per wasp is 300-600. The parasites should be distributed throughout the fly breeding areas when flies begin emerging on a regular basis during fly season.
With Kunafin Fly Control, releasing fly parasites is easy as 1-2-3.
- Open the bag.
- Sprinkle like salt & pepper in areas such as fence edges, manure piles, around water troughs and on any places for potential fly breeding.
- Keep sustaining proper fly parasite releases during the fly season.
For over 50 years Kunafin has been working with major agriculture operations domestically and internationally to find the best solution for your specific situation.
Today Kunafin continues to develop fly management programs for horse, dairy, feedlots, poultry, alpaca, goats, sheep, swine, dogs, companion animals and any potential fly breeding facility.
While other companies take 2 to 3 weeks for delivery, Kunafin will ship within 3 to 4 days after purchase.
- Brand: Kunafin
- Type: Biological
"These Things Work!"
I live in Florida where flies are bad year around. I order these in Spring, put them out then am good until July when I refresh the predators by putting out another bag. they reduce my fly load to almost zero! When you put them out wait until you see about 100 crawling around inside the bag - it means the bag is hatching. then sprinkle them around the edges of your barns, fences, etc. Anywhere close to the manure sources which is where they prey on the flies. Remember: if you use topical fly sprays, do it away from the place you spread the predators as the fly spray will kill them too.
When I received parasites there was only a few alive. So not sure if they did not hatch this is my first time using this. I have seen zero reduction in the flies. I bought the largest amount and it has not helped. I'm on half acre and have 20 goats. We clean there pins daily