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Research / Fly Control
Improve Your fly control Program
http://www.crystalyx.com/research/fly-control/improve-your-fly-control-program/

Concerns with indiscriminate insecticide use in the environment have led today’s cattle producers to take a broader approach to fly control. Such an improved approach emphasizes these steps:


Blog
Why fly control this year is important
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The fly season has started in the southern US and will soon be working its way north as temperatures begin to warm up.  There are several reasons why proper fly control can help increase your cow-calf returns primarily by impacting final calf weights.  This can be a result of several factors like improved health, less energy expended o...


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Is your fly control program working?
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fly season is in full swing. Horn flies cost the beef industry upwards of $1 billion annually, in losses from poor cow and bull performance, lowered weaning weights, and disease. Producers spend upwards of $600 million dollars to combat files. When you consider what’s at stake, how do you know if your fly control program working for you and your...


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No flies allowed: Various CRYSTALYX fly control formulas
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It’s the time of year we see more attention to the topic of good fly control whether it be from advertising, producer meeting and seminar topics, blogs such as this, and others. CRYSTALYX® has a variety of supplement formulas that deliver three different feed through fly control additives, Rabon® Oral Larvicide, Altosid
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Understanding your CRYSTALYX fly control supplement
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This time of year, we get a lot of inquiries and opportunities to position feed through fly control programs. It’s important to know the differences between fly control options, product intake, additive concentration and true cost per head per day. Our CRYSTALYX® line has a wide array of fly contro...


Research / Fly Control
Take control of fly Problems Now
http://www.crystalyx.com/research/fly-control/take-control-of-fly-problems-now/

Each horn fly drains blood and profits from your herd 20 to 30 times per-day. Other flies, such as face flies, stable flies, and house flies are known carriers of costly diseases such as pinkeye and mastitis.


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The next generation of fly control supplements
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As I write this, it’s hard for those of us in the upper Midwest to think about fly season. It just snowed, temperatures are more than 20 degrees below normal and there’s more snow in the extended forecast. However, Mother Nature will eventually get her act together and fly season will begin.


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Stable-lyx equine supplements: fly control and smaller container options
http://www.crystalyx.com/blog/stable-lyx-equine-supplements-fly-control-and-smaller-container-options/

The majority of CRYSTALYX self-fed supplements are designed for beef cattle on pasture, with several specialty products for calving, weaning and growing cattle. Early in the development of the CRYSTALYX product line, ranchers recognized the benefits of nutrient delivery, ease of use and the time savings assoc...


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Feed-through fly control options and the NEW Mineral-lyx GAR
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Warm weather will arrive soon and with increasing temperatures also come those annoying flies. They are more than simply bothersome; they are expensive! Flies contribute to decreased animal performance, increased risk of disease such as pink eye, and general animal suffering.


Products
Mineral-lyx with Clarifly
http://www.crystalyx.com/products/mineral-lyx-with-clarifly/

CRYSTALYX Mineral-lyx with Clarifly supplement is a unique, nutrient-dense, palatable, self-fed mineral supplement with fly control, designed to compliment the mineral composition of grass or legume forages.



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