Our service is based on four steps:
The presence of insects on livestock farms produces occasional infestations. Inadequate hygiene and lack of control measures on the installation and animals may turn this situation into a problem. In fact, insects may become producers and transmitters of diseases or viruses, among others.
This phase consists on the elimination of insect plagues, like ants, beetles, arachnids, crustaceans, myriapods and flying (flies, mosquitoes, etc.) using chemical, biological and/or physical methods.
Cleanness and disinfection
Maintaining good hygiene on the farm will reduce the appearance of infectious and parasitic diseases. Dirt also predisposes the proliferation of insects, rodents and other domestic animals, who may act as transmitters of diseases.
Rodents are one of the most important points in biological control in an establishment. They carry diseases such as rabies, salmonella, trichinosis and tuberculosis, by highlighting some dangers.
They are source of problems because they cause damage and eat food. Man creates the ideal environment for rats and mice by providing them constant source of food, water and shelter.
Thus, we define Rodent Control as the premeditated and organized action in order to remove harmful rodents in a concrete physical space.
Rodent control is necessary for several reasons:
- Rodent spread diseases, either by direct contact or as transmitters of other species.
- Also cause structural and economic damage with their constant bites.
- They contaminate.
Farmers are responsible for those animals receive adequate food, not only in quantity and frequency, but also in terms of quality and safety management, conservation and supplying food and water.
Farms must have an operating system providing clean water and all animals should have easy and direct access to clean water.
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