Maxforce Fly Spot Bait is labeled to be used in poultry areas and other livestock facilities, so it should not pose any problems if applied correctly in this area. Be sure to apply the product in areas where the chickens or other animals will not come into direct contact with the spray or residual. Maxforce Fly Spot Bait does also contains the bittering agent Bitrex to reduce the likelihood of harming non-target animals. You may review the product MSDS for complete toxicology information.
Maxforce Fly Spot Bait is mixed at one envelope (2 oz) to 1 pint of water and agitate until completely mixed. One pint of finished spray will treat 125 square feet. The 16 oz pint is mixed with one gallon of water. One gallon of finished spray will treat 1,000 square feet of fly-resting surfaces. For paint-on applications, add 8 ounces of this product to 8 ounces of water (approximately 1 cup), and mix to desired consistency for best painting results. Apply this mixture in narrow bands up to 6 inches wide on suitable fly-resting surfaces. Do not apply this product at a rate exceeding 8 ounces for every 1,000 square feet of floor space.
Maxforce Fly Spot Bait is extremely toxic to bees exposed to the area that was treated or residues on blooming crops or weeds.
One envelope of the Maxforce Fly Spot Bait will make about 1 pint of solution, which is enough to treat approximately 125 sq. feet.
Maxforce Fly Spot Bait residual outdoors is 30 days and 6 weeks indoors.
Yes, Maxforce Fly Spot Bait is labeled to be used in commercial food handling establishments and restaurants. Please let us know should you have any more questions or concerns.
Maxforce Fly Spot Bait should not be applied to the same manure piles using Spalding Fly Preadtors. Simply apply the predators to the base of the pile for fly control.