This category includes applicators using or supervising the use of restricted use pesticides on animals, including, but not limited to: beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, horses, goats, poultry, and to places on or in which animals are confined.
Q. How do insects, mites and ticks cause losses to the livestock
Q. Define economic injury level in livestock pest control.
Q. How might lack of sanitation affect pest control?
Q. What are reasons for difficulty in controlling livestock
Q. Explain ways to prevent or reduce pesticide accidents.
Q. When handling or applying pesticides, what personal protective
equipment may be required on various pesticide labels?
Q. When are adult heel flies most present in South Carolina?
Q. What fly is the primary fly species on pastured cattle?
Q. What personal protective equipment should be worn when handling
or applying insecticidal ear tags?
Q. What is a convenient way to control horn flies?
Q. How do face fly adults feed on cattle?
Q. What area of cattle should be treated when using sprays to
control face flies?
Q. What kind of mouth parts do house flies have?
Q. What are some biological control agents for flies?
Q. What should the minimum air temperature be when using knockdown
treatments for fly control?
Q. Why should manure spraying not be done routinely?
Q. What type of fly are backrubbers most effective for?
Q. When is chemical control of horse flies most effective?
Q. How should an insecticide be used when blow fly larvae attack
Q. How long do lice spend on the host animals?
Q. At what pressure should louse control sprays be applied?
Q. How many pairs of wings do ticks have?
Q. 'Ear canker' in cattle is caused by what type of tick?
Q. What are some nonchemical aids to tick control?
Q. Insecticidal ear tags will help control what kinds of ticks?
Q. What are some dairy insect management techniques used to
control pests of dairy cattle?
Q. Horn fly control insecticides are most effective when applied
on what part of the animal?
Q. Why are dust bags not effective against face flies?
Q. Stable fly control insecticides are only effective when applied
to the legs and belly as what form?
Q. What is the basis for all other control measures for stable
flies and house flies?
Q. What are types of nonchemical control measures for fly control
on dairy operations?
Q. What objects may residual sprays in dairies be applied to?
Q. What type of mange represents a severe skin disease and is
Q. How do black flies (turkey gnats) feed?
Q. What type of insects are sheep keds?
Q. When are tick infestations on sheep serious?
Q. In sheep, what is a snotty nose often symptomatic of?
Q. For what pests is spot treatment an effective method in sheep
Q. In swine operations, what is essential for fly control, regardless
of insecticide use?
Q. How are mange mite infestations spread in swine operations?
Q. What should you look for when diagnosing swine for lice?
Q. What is usually the most numerous non-biting species in swine
Q. In swine operations, what schedule or process should ensure
that no generation of fly maggots reach adulthood without interruption?
Q. Where should residual surface sprays to control stable flies
Q. How do oral larvicides control fly maggots?
Q. What type of flies are only abundant on horses when they are
near pastured cattle?
Q. When are horse flies most active in attacking?
Q. Where should wax-stick repellent be applied to control face
Q. Wipe-ons are usually more appropriate than whole horse sprays
for what kind of control?
Q. What types of tick species attack horses?
Q. What is the most serious mite pest of poultry?
Q. Under what weather conditions are poultry lice more common?
Q. Where should insecticides be directed in poultry houses for
control of ticks and bed bugs?
Q. What is a type of spray that floats in the air?
Q. In knapsack sprayers, when is it important to have agitation?
Q. What psi should be used to apply pesticide to animal's hair?
Q. Mist-blowers are often used to apply pesticides under what
Q. A temperature inversion occurs under what conditions?
Q. What components are inspected as part of equipment maintenance?
Q. Why is equipment care important?
Q. What are three kinds of non-point source pesticide pollution?
Q. What is the difference between threatened species and endangered
Q. What type of pesticide containers are accepted for recycling?