Insect control starts with Starbar. From fly traps, baits, and sprays, Starbar® products are formulated to help you achieve a higher level of fly control in, on, and around your operation.
After feeding, flies have a tendency to rest up high in the cooler regions of barns, stables, and other out buildings. Starbar offers a lineup of traps designed to work up high where most other control methods cannot reach.
Flies mate higher than feeding level but lower than resting level. Starbar has a variety of traps with attractants that can be placed along fence lines, on walls, and other mid-level areas to lure flies looking to mate in between feeding and resting.
Flies feed at lower levels. Starbar carries baits, strips, and sticky traps to use at this level designed with a variety of built-in attractants that encourage flies to feed and draws them away from problem areas.
In rural areas, premise control options are needed throughout an operation to fight a variety of insects. The Starbar® product lineup has options that can be applied on livestock, in structures, and around the grounds to fight flies, fire ants, mosquitoes, and more.
Select a level of the barn to see the best products to treat that area.
A HIGHER LEVEL OF INSECT AND FLY CONTROL
Over the course of more than 40 years, Starbar® has earned the reputation of producing high quality and easy-to-use products that control a variety of insects. No matter the size of the operation, count on Starbar – the industry leader in effective insect control— to provide trusted solutions to clear out nuisance insects that cause problems.
Starbar has expanded its line of insect control with products that protect your operation from the dangerous and costly effects of cockroaches. Learn more about these common farm pests and the Starbar® products you can use for roach protection in, on and around your operation.
To get the most out of Starbar® products, implement an integrated pest management program (IPM) on your operation. An IPM program helps determine what fly control products to use and how to monitor their effectiveness.