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The Bush Fly???

The bush fly is possibly the most widely known & annoying flying pest in the outdoors during Australian summers & is attributable to much of the use of personal insect repellant products during this time. The appearance of this fly is similar to the house fly, except it is smaller & the life cycle is also similar & usually takes about 2 – 5 weeks to complete. The adults seek large animals, including humans, & remain on & around them for hours at a time, being attracted to sweat, tears, saliva & in the case of grazing animals, faeces. They are known to play an active role in the transmission of certain eye infections to humans & livestock & may also serve in the transmission of enteric diseases of humans.

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Autumn Newsletter

 

We have been busy behind the scenes and have created our very own newsletter – THE FLY EXPRESS!!

We will do 4 editions each year at the start of each new season. Please find our Autumn Newsletter below.

AUTUMN Newsletter 2019

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Winner Announced!!

FlyCo Winner!

We have our colouring competition winner for November. Thank to all the kids that entered. You all did an amazing job, it was very hard to choose the winner.
Our Winner is Sophie ! Well done!!!
Your $50 Big W gift is on its way…. Enjoy
:)

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Recruiting NOW

Recruiting now…


Have you thought about joining our FlyCo Family? Do you think you have a friendly manner and attention to detail?
If so, give Carol a call on 0427 624750.
Our family run business is a unique pest control business. We do things differently! Lets have a chat. :)

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Support Kyabram P-12 College!

Did you know we have donated thousands of dollars back into our local community? And right now we are sponsoring Kyabram P-12 College, if you want to help raise funds for the school please give FlyCo a call PH: 1800 815 730

 

 

 

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Secure your booking for JANUARY!!

We are now fully booked for December, and are filling fast for January. Please secure your booking by completing our on-line booking form to make sure you don’t miss out!

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Electronic Invoicing is here!!!

Howdy All,

Now that the weather has started to settle, i’m sure most of you are hearing from the technicians to book in your treatment! finally the rain has eased!!! Wooohoooo

What you’ll notice different this season is that our technicians can now offer you an electronic invoice sent directly to your email address.  We are so excited to launch this, as it means it is one more step in reducing our carbon footprint. No more paper!! So when you see your tech, don’t be shy! Give them your email address and we’ll email your invoice directly to you. You will also receive a bonus pest report if we have your email address. :)

See you all soon

 

The FlyCo Team

The Green Pesty

 

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Ipads… are coming!!!

We pride ourselves on taking a green approach to our unique pest control service. Throughout the last few months, we have been working hard in the office to gear up our technicians with the system and the technology to support them going paperless!! Yes that’s right… next time you see your technician he will likely have a fancy ipad in their hand! :)
Not only will this considerably reduce our paper resources / wastage, it will also assist in us in treating our customers more efficiently!

no more paper        small ipad

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Eeeekkkk…

Cockroaches and their babies just keep coming…

baby cockroaches

Roaches get reaaaally busy. An average female roach can reproduce up to a million eggs in her lifetime! Yes, a million! In case you’re not good in math, trust us, that’s a lot.

How does she do it? Well, she’s hard-wired to. It’s really the only purpose of life she knows she has, so why not do it well? She doesn’t even feed her kids; she just lays them, leaves them to hatch from their eggs, and live a life on their own. It’s like if a human mother were to give birth to an 18-year-old. A bunch of them. All in one go. Who’d want to stick around for that??

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