South Elgin, Ill., August 19, 2013…McCloud Services, a leading pest management company providing services to 11 states, today announced it will participate in Feeding America’s Food Sourcing and Operations Conference on Monday, August 26. The three-day event will be held read more
As summer comes to an end and cooler days and nights become more familiar, food processing facilities should take the proper precautions now to avoid rodents from entering buildings this fall. Several species of rodents may be found in and read more
There are three lines of defense a food processor can use in preventing pests. These include protecting the exterior of the facility, inspection of incoming goods and interior pest prevention.
With almost twelve thousand species of discovered species, ants are one of the most diverse groups of insects. Additionally, researchers estimate that the combined weight of all ants on the planet today is greater than the weight of mankind. Combine read more
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How to Make Your Facility a No Fly Zone™ Warmer than usual temperatures are predicted for this summer and higher temperatures can be conducive for many pests including flies. Filth flies, like the common house fly, can develop very quickly read more
McCloud Services can serve as a resource on understanding this legislation and its affects The Pest Free Food Supply Act was introduced into Congress in April by Tom Graves (Georgia) and Kurt Schrader (Oregon), which would require the EPA to read more
Nearly 350 attendees gathered on April 23 for McCloud Services’ annual educational seminar. SOUTH ELGIN, Ill. – McCloud Services’ annual Pest Invasion educational seminar drew a record attendance of nearly 350 food plant professionals, regulators and pest management professionals on read more
Pest Invasion 2013 focused on the increasing demands for improved food safety, with several speakers addressing the importance of pest management in food safety.