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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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For example, methyl anthranilate is one of two new bird repellents to become commercially available in the United States during the past 25 years.
Today's market introduction of "Flight Control(tm)" Bird Repellent, which has already been approved by the EPA for repelling geese, underscores DCV's commitment to develop a wide variety of biotechnology, food and life science products that make a meaningful contribution to improving the health and quality of life for people and animals.
Unlike traditional bird repellents -- including taste repellents, frightening agents, chemical agents and bird predators -- Flight Control is a safe, naturally occurring product that is environmentally friendly and is harmless to people, vegetation, birds and other animals.
Arkion has three major businesses: Airepel(R), supplying bird repellents which feature a non-lethal method to control where birds feed and roost; Hyperimmune eggs with markets in human and animal nutrition; and Bio-Technical Resources (Manitowoc, WI) which develops processes and products based on fermentation technology such as glucosamine, N-acetylglucosamine and natamycin.
Arkion(R) Life Sciences has been a pioneer in the development and commercialization of several formulations of bird repellent and bird management technologies.
Arkion(R) has three major businesses: Airepel(R), supplying bird repellents which feature a non-lethal method to control where birds feed and roost; Hyperimmune eggs with markets in human and animal nutrition; and Bio-Technical Resources (Manitowoc, WI) which develops processes and products based upon fermentation technology such as glucosamine, N-acetylglucosamine and natamycin.
According to Ken Ballinger, Arkion Life Sciences has been a pioneer in the development and commercialization of several formulations of bird repellent and bird management technologies.
This approval has been granted after an Emergency Crisis Exemption was issued last spring for use of their proprietary bird repellent, Avitec.
Arkion has three major businesses: Airepel, supplying bird repellents which feature non-lethal methods to control where birds feed and roost; Hyperimmune eggs with markets in human and animal nutrition; and Bio-Technical Resources (Manitowoc, WI) which provides contract services for development of microbial fermentation processes such as glucosamine, N-acetylglucosamine and natamycin.