Goodbugs.ca provides natural, biological solutions to fly problems with the key objective of reducing the use of chemical pesticides. In the past, poisonous chemicals have increased farm yields but at an environmental cost that only now is being understood.
It is our mission to promote a cost effective “green solution” for fly control around Canadian farms and stables. Biological control does require an understanding of fly biology and that there is a natural balance between good bugs (predators and parasites) and bad pest bugs. Biological control is not eradication but instead it is a reduction process in the pest populations to a level that provides the same or better benefits attained by using chemical pesticides. Furthermore, chemical pesticides are becoming increasingly ineffective as the fly populations are becoming immune to them. Whether you are a cattle rancher, poultry farmer, stable owner or hog producer, there are safe and cost effective solutions to address your fly problems. Our goal is to promote a healthy environment for livestock that translates into increased productivity.
The environmental movement towards reduced pesticide use is gaining momentum as more and more farms and stables are using Fly Parasites as part of their fly control program.
Here are a few simple guidelines to help you successfully and easily use Fly Parasites and reduce the use of pesticides:
Maintain a suitable manure program. This will be one of the most important elements in reducing the fly populations.
We strongly recommend using a method that targets adult flies as part of your fly control program.
Please contact us for a NO OBLIGATION discussion on a customized fly control program (1-888-668-7264). We are not after a fast sell, but rather we hope to have a long-term satisfied customer.
Our business has grown across Canada virtually by word of mouth and we welcome all enquires. Our commitment to you is to create the BEST, MOST ECONOMICAL AND LONG-TERM BIOLOGICAL FLY CONTROL PROGRAM.
We have been using fly predators every Summer for the past 7 or 8 years. I feel very fortunate to have found a reliable, cost effective local source of bugs. I can wholeheartedly recommend not only the bugs themselves as a very effective, environmentally friendly part of a fly prevention strategy, but also Good Bugs as a very reliable and friendly source of predators.
Amanda J Booth - DVM, MVetSc, Dip. ACVIM
Our neighbour was using fly parasites last year and raved about how they worked. We did notice fewer flies last year but thought it was just a natural occurrence. We decided to try the parasites this year and WOW. The flies at both of our barns are so low you hardly notice them - not like in previous years. We have been converted!
Alison Y. - Farmer