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Miss no_no

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PostSubject: mosquito problem   21st July 2010, 2:09 pm

Due to heavy rainfall my pasture has been under water for awhile now and now I am having problems with mosquitoes. Is there anything I can do to get rid of them or anything I can put on my sows, gilts and piglets, they have bites everywhere. Please help.
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Jay Aguilar

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PostSubject: Re: mosquito problem   22nd July 2010, 2:55 am

i have the same problem when i go out there after work around 2:am to check the herd i get attacked by sworms. my father fogged the property with a spray i'll ask him what it was. but i'am curious if theres anything I CAN GIVE THE HOGS direct on there body
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PostSubject: Re: mosquito problem   12th October 2010, 10:41 am

check out Jeffers or Valley Vet there is a pour on and I don't remember the name of the jug....sorry
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PostSubject: Re: mosquito problem   12th October 2010, 10:47 am

Permectrin II 10% Emulsifiable Insecticide

Prozap Insectrin 1% Pour-On Xtra (I don't see swine listed on this one)

Catron IV Screw Worm & Ear Tick Spray

Just type "mosquito swine" and maybe Valley Vet has something different. To me Jeffers is eaiser to scroll through then VV
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