The house fly is considered the major pest species associated with poultry manure especially in caged layer operations.Intensity of house fly population in narrow caged layer houses and high rise caged layer houses was monitored from June 2007 to May 2008 by spot cards and baited jug trap methods. In poultry farms, the intensity of house fly population was low to moderate from June to August but increased during the months of October and November in narrow caged layer houses while high rise caged layer houses witnessed a very high level of fly population during the months of September and October. The fly population was found to be low throughout the winter season. After that, a steady rise in the fly intensity was noticed from March to May’08. A marked variation in the fly population was observed between narrow caged layer houses and high rise caged layer houses. objectives, 1.Monitoring of house fly population in caged layer poultry houses using baited jug trap and spot card methods. 2.Isolation of fungi from dead flies collected from different farms. 3.Evaluation of fungal baits for house fly control. This manuscript most benefit for fly control in poultry farmers.