Avian Insect Liquidator (Concentrate)
Residual Insecticide and
Insect Growth Regulator
Use anywhere insects are a nuisance
Kills ants and mites in the aviary!
3 Way protection
Use directly on the bird
Kills mites and lice
Spray around environment
Will not damage sensitive tissue
This product is not intended or approved for stock whose meat or eggs are intended for human consumption. Consult your veterinarian for authorization and supervision in administering this, or any antimicrobial medication.
A.I.L. is an extremely safe but effective water based insecticide and insect growth regulator that gives three way protection for all avian species. When used directly on the bird, A.I.L. penetrates deep into feathers to kill mites and lice. When sprayed around the environment A.I.L. kills insects on contact and the residual action guards against re-infestation for up to six weeks. Also, the growth regulation effect of A.I.L. prevents insect eggs from hatching and newly hatched insects from reaching maturity. With a non-hydrocarbon base A.I.L. will not damage sensitive tissue like eyes.
Method of Application
Apply as a fine spray to the bird until feathers are dampened. Birds may be dipped in an A.I.L. solution (e.g. Pigeons and Poultry), if more convenient.
Liberally spray the cage and surrounds. Bird rooms, aviaries and feed storage areas should be sprayed or fogged (using an electronic fogger) with A.I.L. to reduce population of lice, mites, flies, mosquitoes, fodder mite and mealy moth.
A.I.L. is an extremely safe and effective water based insecticide and insect growth regulator for birds, mammals. The three way action of A.I.L. provides an instant kill of insects and a six week residual action against reinfection. The insect growth regulator (IGR) prevents the development of immature insects thus providing prolonged protection.
A.I.L. should be used as a routine part of aviary management to prevent insect borne disease, reduce tapeworm intermediate hosts and prevent feed spoilage. A.I.L. is safe if ingested, so feed and water do not need to be removed during treatment. There are no known side effects of A.I.L. in avian species. It has been widely used on avians at all stages of growth and development.
NB: Toxic to Fish. Do not contaminate aquariums or waterways.