I know, I'm a pest with the questions! Here's the deal: My doe barn has about ZERO flies. It's 16 x 18, has a dirt (and wood shavings and old hay) floor. The 2 GPs live in there with them, and about 7 roosters have access to that barn. They go in and peck the ground when the dogs are napping in the middle of the day. There is one fly catcher full of attractant hung in there as well. My buck barn (really the same building as my doe barn, separated by a feed room) is 16 x 8 and has one of those fly catcher/attractant things as well. No dogs (who seem to enjoy eating goat poop as it falls from the source) or chickens. The fly situation there is drastically different from my does' abode. :crazy I want to get rid of the flies, but not sure about tossing a couple roosters in with them...? Also, these boys just seem to be dirtier than the girls. Is that normal? The girls don't pee or poop on their beds (spools in the barn), but the boys pee and poop on theirs and I'm constantly cleaning them. I've yet to rake out the girls' barn, but I've started cleaning the boys' barn out a couple times a week just to be content with it! Oh, I also did put sweet pdz down in the girls' barn once... can that make that big a difference? Any suggestions about controlling the flies for my boys? I have heard great things about quick bayt, but am nervous about using a poison... Would fly predators be good? Or just put in a couple of the roosters?