$100.00

Livestock & Poultry is a safe and economical way to control insects in your barn. This water emulsifiable Permethrin is broad-spectrum insecticide concentrate that is designed for automatic misting systems, foggers and premise spray. 1 64 oz bottle makes 55 gallons of diluted insecticide for your overhead spray system. Important note: Insects can build a resistance to the Permethrin when not using PBO. If you find this to be the situation in your barn switch to Concentrate I for a fill up or two and then switch back.

Recommend for use in the Tri-jet Foggers.

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With over 200 mares, fly prevention is high on our list of priorities. We have been using Shoo-fly for nearly a decade now and we are extremely pleased with the efficacy of the product and service.

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