Flies, often dismissed as mere nuisances, pose a far more significant threat than meets the eye. Not only are they an irritant, but they also act as vectors for bacteria and diseases. Nowhere is this threat more apparent than on dairy farms.
Flies can significantly disrupt operations and, more critically, impact cow health. In this recording, we shed light on the critical issue of fly management in dairy farming.
For this reason, the management of flies on dairy farms is crucial because of the impact on dairy operations by interfering among other things with cow health.
This recording share details on flies including -
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Wayne O’Gorman is the Regional Corporate Account Manager IMEA for Ecolab South Africa – Pest Division.
He has 22 years of pest industry experience, mainly within the Food & Beverage Manufacturing and Food Retail Industry working with major global organizations.
By Dr Vincent Turner on 05 December 2023
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