Research presented at the American Dairy Science Association meeting indicates that applying sodium bisulfate, which is an acidifier, to a calf’s bedding could reduce the larvae population and fly population in calf pens. Click here to access abstract No. 567 from the American Dairy Science Association meeting.
Acidify calf bedding to cut fly population
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