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Martins Fly-Ban Synergized Pour-On is an easy to apply formulation of Permethrin and the synergist Piperonyl Butoxide to control flies, lice, ticks, gnats, keds, and other pests on farm animals, cattle, and livestock. Martins Fly-Ban Synergized Pour-On can be applied as a pour-on, wipe-on, back rubber, or ready to use spray and can also be used as a premise spray in and around animal housing. Martins Fly-Ban Synergized Pour-On controls flies and lice on beef cattle, non-lactating and lactating dairy cattle; keds on lambs and sheep; and flies on horses. See label for complete details.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin - 7.4% Piperonyl Butoxide - 7.4%|
|Target pests:||Controls Flies, Keds, Lice, Gnats, Ticks, and many others listed on label.|
|For use in:||Beef cattle, lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, calves, sheep, lambs, foals, and horses.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||Quart treats 63 cattle. Half Gallon treats 126 cattle. Gallon treats 252 cattle. 2.5 Gallons treats 630 cattle. 10 CWT cattle.|
|Shipping Weight:||2.00 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Control Solutions|
Special Notes: This product is not effective in controlling cattle grubs. This is an oil-base, ready-to-use product that may leave an oily appearance on the hair coat of some animals. This product should be used in an integrated pest management system which may involve repeat treatments and the use of other pest control practices.
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1st Time Disappointed
By Tcranch in Winfield, KS on 06/19/2014
Interesting how I received an email to review the product when I not only have not received it but according to the tracker my order is still being processed. I have ordered many times from DoMyOwnPestControl and this is the first time the follow-up/shipping has been less than stellar, especially considering it was a very expensive order. That said, Martins Fly-Ban is an awesome product; the flies are gone almost immediately on my cattle and they get very few ticks.