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    • Common Pest Flies Found in the Urban/Rural Environment and Their Biological Control Agents 

      Kaufman, Phillip; Rutz, Donald; Waldron, J. Keith (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      The integrated pest management (IPM) of house flies and stable flies incorporates several key components. The first is correct pest identification. This fact sheet provides color photographs and important biological and ...
    • Pest Flies of Pastured Cattle and Horses 

      Kaufman, Phillip; Waldron, J. Keith; Rutz, Donald (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      Integrated pest management (IPM) of pest flies, midges, and mosquitoes of pastured cattle and Horses incorporates several key components: correct arthropod pest identification, monitoring, management action (i.e., treatment), ...
    • Pest Management Recommendations for Horses 

      Kaufman, Phillip; Rutz, Donald; Pitts, Charles (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      Horses are susceptible to a number of annoying pests, including bot flies, lice, and mange (itch mites). Confined Horses may be plagued by house and stable flies, while those on pasture may encounter horse flies, deer ...
    • Pest Management Recommendations for Poultry 

      Kaufman, Phillip; Rutz, Donald; Pitts, Charles (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      Flies, beetles, and mites are often a major concern for commercial poultry operations in the northeastern United States. The high-density, confined housing systems used in poultry production create conditions that favor ...
    • Pest Management Recommendations for Sheep, Goats, and Swine 

      Kaufman, Phillip; Rutz, Donald; Pitts, Charles (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      Sheep and goats are susceptible to a number of annoying pests, including sheep keds (ticks), lice, sheep nose bot flies, wool maggots (fleece worms), and sheep scab (mange). Swine often encounter hog lice and mange, or ...