Acidify calf bedding to cut fly population

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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.



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