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Manitoba fly traps, sometimes referred to as canopy-style fly traps, are used to help reduce the number of horseflies active in an area. They are often seen around or in pastures used for cattle or horses, as these animals are particularly targeted by the large, biting flies. Invented by an entomologist in the 1970s, the Manitoba-style trap uses basic fly behavior rather than insecticides or chemical bait. Flies will typically try to fly directly up to escape confinement, where they become trapped in a jar and die. These traps are simple to make with materials available at any hardware store, and several of them can significantly reduce the prevalence of horseflies in an area.
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