Livestock Mosquito Repellent

Livestock Insect Repellent

mozgo livestock insect repellent.

Protection for Livestock Using Nanotechnology

When used correctly, MozGo for Livestock Mosquito Repellent reduces mosquito and fly landings, lessening biting and feeding. It is long lasting and helps prevent the spread of livestock related diseases and conditions caused by mosquitos, biting flies and ticks.

mosquito livestock repellent.Protecting farmland and livestock from mosquito-borne disease is an important role in maintaining the food chain and your livelihood. Mosquitoes are much more than another farm pest, they are a menace to your health and your income.

Mosquito control is important because livestock that are persistently harassed by mosquitoes will not feed well. As a result cows and goats deliver less milk and may suffer weight loss.

DEET (N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide), developed in 1944, is considered by many as the gold standard of insect repellents. First used by the military during World War II, and subsequently commercialized in 1957.. Since then DEET has been the most extensively used repellent but it has been associated with human health issues and its allergic and toxic effects.

With an increasing concern for public safety, we investigated the use of nanotechnology and this is now revolutionising pest management while providing a product that is effective, environmentally friendly, biodegradable and readily available

How To Use MozGo Livestock Mosquito Repellent

Use 600 – 750ml = 1 cow

300 -375ml = 1 goat

Fill an approved sprayer with the liquid. Cover the animal’s eyes, nose and mouth to avoid spraying. Spray the animal at a distance of approximately 40-50cm.

Do not apply directly to the skin. Re-apply spray as required.

Do not dilute or mix with any other chemical products.

Precautions

  • Do not inhale or  spray mist in the air, directly onto the skin or into the eyes.
  • This is not an airborne repellent.
  • Avoid use around foodstuffs and food surfaces. Toxic to fish and aquatic life.
  • Dispose of container and contents responsibly and do not contaminate natural water sources.

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