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I am unsure as to where to spread the predators. I have a three acre pasture which has no standing water and receives mostly full sun. I have a stall that is not being used. It has a dirt floor and often my donkeys will use that stall to deposit manure. It is cleaned daily. I want to know if this stall would be a better place than the pasture because of the cooler air and no sun. I live in north Mississippi with very high summer temperatures.
I would suggestion spreading small amounts of Fly Predators along heavily traveled paths in the pasture, in the corners of the stall they use as a restroom area, and if you store manure within 1/4 mile you will want to treat the manure storage area as well. If temperatures are going to be in the high 90's or above, spread the Fly Predators in the evening and if in an area of direct sunlight kick just a little cover (dirt, grass, etc) over top. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at 866-404-3895 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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