Farnam SimpliFly with LarvaStop

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Product Summary:

SimpliFly by Farnam® with Larva Stop
Feed-thru fly control
 
  • Prevents the development of stable flies and house flies in the manure of treated horses.
  • Highly palatable feed additive
  • Contains no organophosphates
  • Pellets with an Alfalfa scent 

A highly palatable feed additive to prevent the development of stable flies and houseflies in the manure of treated horses. Contains the fly growth regulator, Diflubenzuron (Dimilin), which breaks the fly life cycle by preventing the formation of fly larvae's exoskeletons when they molt (resulting in their death). Reduces fly populations by 97-100%.

Start feeding in spring before flies begin to appear, and continue feeding throughout the summer.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

Active Ingredient
:
Diflubenzuron (Dimilin) CAS# 35367-38-5 0.24%
Other Ingredients -99.76%

Directions for Use
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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

DO NOT USE ON HORSES INTENDED FOR SLAUGHTER

Feed the recommended dosage of SimpliFlyTM with LarvaStopTM to each horse separately to make certain he receives his full portion. This product should be fed top dressed on grain or mixed with the horse's total ration to provide 6.8 mg of diflubenzuron per 100 lbs. of body weight. For an occasional finicky eater who does not accept new feeds readily, mix this product with sweet feed or grain ration.

Start feeding SimpliFlyTM with LarvaStopTM early in the spring before flies begin to appear and continue feeding throughout the summer and into the fall until cold weather restricts fly activity. This product contains an insect growth regulator which prevents the development of house flies and stable flies in the manure of treated horses, but is not effective against existing adult flies.

In some cases, supplemental fly control measures may be needed in and around paddocks and buildings to control adult house and stable flies which can breed in other decaying vegetable matter or silage on premises, or that migrate in from other areas.

SimpliFlyTM with LarvaStopTM should be used as part of an integrated pest management program aimed at reducing fly populations in the horse's environment. Consult your retailer for program recommendations. In order to achieve optimum fly control, this product should be used in conjunction with other premise and on-animal products as well as good management and sanitation practices.

Daily Dosage
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300-500 lb Horse, Pony or Miniature Horse: Feed 2/5 oz. per horse per day. (One measuring cup filled to the blue line.)

500-700 lb Horse or Pony: Feed 3/5 oz. per horse per day. (One measuring cup filled to the red line.)

700-900 lb Horse: Feed 4/5 oz. per horse per day. (One measuring cup filled to the green line.)

900-1100 lb Horse: Feed 1 oz. per horse per day. (One full measuring cup.)

1100-1300 lb Horse: Feed 1 1/5 oz. per horse per day. (One full measuring cup plus one measuring cup filled to the black line.)

For larger horses over 1,300 lbs. of body weight or draft horses, feed an additional 1/5 oz. for each additional 200 lbs. of body weight.

SimpliFlyTM with LarvaStopTM is a highly palatable feed additive to prevent the development of stable flies and house flies in the manure of treated horses. LarvaStopTM breaks the fly life cycle by preventing the formation of fly larvae’s exoskeletons when they molt (resulting in their death). This product contains no organophosphates and can be used as part of an integrated pest management program. SimpliFlyTM with LarvaStopTM is a reduced risk pesticide.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Storage
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Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal. Store in original container in a cool dry place inaccessible to children and pets.

Disposal
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If Empty: Do not reuse this container. Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If Partially Filled: Call your local solid waste agency or call 1-800-CLEANUP for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
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Have not tried this product. I have been told by friends it works very well. So going to try it.
Lisa S on Feb 5, 2016
This is much cheaper than Solitude and works just fine. The horses eat it right up, and I have a lot fewer flies!
Christy S on Sep 24, 2015
I thought this would be a nice alternative to flypredators, but since feeding all the animals individually is a pain here at the ranch, i'm going back to predators...
Leslie K on Dec 15, 2015
neighbor had 22 horses, did not remove manure, thought I was the problem, but turned out it was him, I am trying to reduce fly population
Connie B on Sep 13, 2015
Has anyone ever purchased the large container and used leftover product the following year? I was just wondering if the product remained stable and effective.
Katie on Mar 2, 2014
Best Answer: When we were in Oklahoma, I did carry it over to the next summer, and it seemed to be just as potent. Now that we are in Texas, we have very warm periods throughout the winter so the flies are not completely dormant. Therefore, I now use it year-round. It really does work!
Reply · Report · Mary T on Mar 2, 2014
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Does it also work on the gnats?
Janet M on Jun 2, 2014
Best Answer: Janet M: I really do not know if it breaks the growth cycle of gnats as it does for flies. Simplifly travels through the gut and exits in the manure. It is my understanding that flies will still lay eggs on the manure but that the hatchlings don't mature to make more flies.

I use FlyRid every other week on my horses to keep the flies, ticks, gnats, etc off them. It is amazing to watch a horse fly zoom in and take off again without ever landing -- gotta be the FlyRid working!

Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Mary T on Jun 2, 2014
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I have 5 miniature horses.How many of my horses will I be able to feed for a month with 10 pounds of this product?
Charlie P on Jan 15, 2014
Best Answer: Charlie, miniature horses should be fed 2/5 ounce once a day (I have Arabians).....not sure how many ounces are in 10 pounds of SimpliFly (I purchase the product in much larger amounts) but it should be listed on the container. Divide .40 into the total ounces, then divide that by 5 (number of horses) and you'll have the number you need. As an aside, it works great....I've used it for the past several years, along with a spray that's dispensed with an automatic sprayer (mainly for the mosquitoes) and am virtually fly and mosquito free.
Reply · Report · Ivian S on Jan 15, 2014
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Is there ANY toxicity for horses from this product? What are the negative side effects?
Connie S on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer: I've been using it for years and never had a side effect. (I did not use if with pregnant mares). A HUGE difference in the fly population while using it. Much better results that fly predators.
Reply · Report · Melissa P on Jan 28, 2015
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how many green cups in a 50 pound container?
jerry t on Apr 7, 2014
Best Answer: Each of the small cups that are contained in the bucket holds 1 oz. That is the correct dosage for a 900-1000 lb horse. I buy the 20 lb container and it lasts me about 5 months for my two 1000 lb horses.

In a 20 lb container there should be about 320 of the small cups. In a 50 lb container there should be about 800.

There are graduation lines on the cup to adjust the dosage for smaller or larger horses.

I find this to be very effective in reducing the fly population in my barn.
Reply · Report · Liz Z on Apr 7, 2014
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Is is safe to use horse manure for gardening that has Simplify in it?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2015
Best Answer: When I checked the Simplifly website, it said not to feed pregnant mares Simplifly. It was okay for everything else. I wouldn't think it would harm garden, as it only keeps flies exoskeleton from hardening. I also contacted the website to find out if it would harm the fly predators that I put out. They said it would not affect the fly predators. Check their website and ask them the question, if it still concerns you.
Reply · Report · Teresa C on Oct 24, 2015
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For horses on low starch diets due to insulin resistance , does it add any sugars to the diet?
A shopper on May 11, 2015
Best Answer: We had a horse who was insulin resistant to the point where all he could eat was grass hay and rolled oats. We fed the Simplifly to him and did not have any problems whatsoever.
Reply · Report · Kathryn R on May 11, 2015
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