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Avitrol Announces Special Registration in Nevada

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Avitrol announced the approval of a new Special Local Need registration for use on black-billed magpies and common ravens in the state of Nevada.

| September 12, 2013

Avitrol announced the approval of a new Special Local Need registration for use on black-billed magpies and common ravens in the state of Nevada (registration number NV-13002).

This registration is effective 9/10/13 and is designed to help address the burgeoning magpie and raven problem in the state of Nevada. For details on using Avitrol in Nevada visit www.avitrol.com or contact the company at (800-633-5069) or email: info@avitrol.com
 

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