Star Bar ClariFly Add Pack Larvicide Feed is a larvicide that works as a feed supplement to prevent stable flies, house flies, horn flies, and face flies from developing in the manure of the livestock. It may be mixed in whole milk or milk replacer. ClariFly works by passing into the animal’s digestive system and into the manure where flies lay their eggs. ClariFly interrupts the fly’s life cycle rather than through direct toxicity. This product comes in a 25 lb bag.
House flies, stable flies, face flies and horn flies.
For use in
Start ClariFly Add-Pack early in the spring, ideally 30 days before flies begin to appear. Continue Clarify Add-Pack in the calves' whole milk or milk replacer throughout the summer and into the fall until cold weather restricts fly activity.
Restriction: Feed calves between the weight of 60-200 pounds not to exceed 0.1 mg/kg per day.
The product can be mixed by either of the following two methods.
MIXING FOR INDIVIDUAL CALVES
Prepare the hole milk or reconstituted milk replacer for each individual calf. Add the apppropriate amount shown below based on the calf’s weight, to achieve 0.1 mg/kg.
½ teaspoon per 60 lb body weight
1 teaspoon per 120 lb body weight
1 ½ teaspoon per 180 lb body weight
Mix thoroughly and feed the entire portion immediately. Repeat daily.
BULK MIXING FOR MULTIPLE CALVES
Thoroughly mix the required amount of ClariFly Add-Pack as shown below into the total amount of whole milk or reconstituted milk replacer needed for the number of calves to be fed, using level measuring cups, teaspoons (tsp) or tablespoons (TBS). Prepare fresh daily to provide the labeled daily intake of 0.1 mg diflubenzuron/kg of body weight per day. Feed each calf an equal portion of the total amount of treated milk.
AVG CALF WT. (LBS)
1 ¼ C
1 1/3 C
1 2/3 C
2 ½ C
1 1/3 C
2 2/3 C
3 1/3 C
Stir or agitate continously. Feed immediately in containers for individual animals only. DO NOT use bulk feeding containers (i.e. Calf Bars). Failure to properly mix and feed this product may result in underdosing or overdosing of some animals due to settling out of the active ingredient.