Proven Fly Control
In One Easy Step

As a feed additive, ClariFly® Larvicide is incorporated into an animal’s feed to stop flies in their larval stage. Adding this ingredient to their feed ration is all the work an employee needs to do to reduce disease-carrying fly populations on an operation.

Swine Disease and the Importance of Biosecurity in Pork Production

Ensuring swine health is crucial for safe pork production. Learn how ClariFly® Larvicide can improve your biosecurity and prevent disease spread among swine.

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Fly-Free Cattle Starts Here

Control nuisance flies that cause discomfort on your dairy farm. ClariFly® Larvicide protects from disease-carrying flies that feed on dairy cattle, including house flies, stable flies and horn flies. Adding this feed-through as part of an IPM program can have a major impact on dairy cattle productivity.

Why Fly Control on Dairy Farms is a Smart Investment

While dairy operations will never be completely free of flies, untreated fly infestations can lead to reduced dairy profitability.

Micro Machine Calculator

Take advantage of our Micro Machine Calculator to determine inclusion level per Ton of a DFB additive for your dairy cattle operation.

Protect Your Pig Operation

Learn how to improve the biosecurity for your swine operation with ClariFly®Larvicide. This form of IGR fly control protects from flies that carry diseases and jeopardize the health of your pigs, employees and bottom line.

Controlling Flies on a Swine Operation

Controlling flies on swine begins with understanding the pest's life cycle. Take advantage of the latest tips and innovations from Central Life Sciences to better protect your pig operation.

Swine Calculators

For fly control on swine, you can quickly gauge your ideal dosage of ClariFly® Larvicide using our swine calculators.

Research Confirms Flies Can Spread Diseases to Pigs

After leading a research initiative to explore the connection between swine disease and flies, Central Life Sciences has confirmed a ground-breaking revelation for the swine industry.

Fight The Flies That Feed On Your Horses

Biting Flies are among the most common issues that affect the well-being of your horses. ClariFly® Larvicide is the first step towards improving equine comfort and keeping nuisance flies out of your stables. Learn how this easy-to-use fly control can improve your horses’ quality of life.

Signs of Fly Infestations Around Horses

Given the great lengths owners will go to in promoting horse health and horse comfort, efforts to control flies around horses should be a primary consideration.
Flies impact horse health through their painful bites and by spreading disease.

Fly Control For Greener Beef-Pastures

To control manure-breeding flies, all cattle on your premises need to consume adequate quantities of ClariFly® Larvicide every day. Protect your beef cow performance with a feed-through that stops flies in their larval stage.

Cattle Calculators

Utilize our Feed Formulator to determine the approximate amount of tons one 50 lb bag of ClariFly® Larvicide will produce for your operation.

Season-Long Feedlot Protection

Fly management programs on beef-feedlots need to be proactive. Fly populations carry diseases that lead to things like heat stress and weight gain in beef cows. ClariFly® Larvicide works to improve beef cow performance by eliminating those nuisance flies that hinder it.

Cattle Calculators

Utilize our Feed Formulator to determine the approximate amount of tons one 50 lb bag of ClariFly® Larvicide will produce for your operation.

Shelter Your Sheep & Goats

When your sheep and goats are less agitated, they stay on feed and are more productive. Starting an IPM program that includes the in-feed fly control of ClariFly® Larvicide will help protect your animals and increase your operational output.

Protect Sheep and Goats from Flies

More than just a nuisance to animals and humans alike, house and stable flies on sheep and goats impact livestock health through painful bites and spreading of diseases.
A proactive approach to fly management is crucial as house flies spread disease, and even 50 to 60 stable flies per animal can impact health and performance of sheep and goats.