Protecting Your Horse From Strangles: Using Fly Control as Part of Your Strategy

Limiting exposure to flying pests could keep your horse healthy

Four Steps To Fly Free

We recommend a simple four step plan that really fixes the problem, rather than just chase flies away temporarily. For most folks just adding Fly Predators® is all that’s needed but if you have flies coming from neighbors, adding traps and Bye Bye Odor® to handle those “visitors” completes the program. 

Read the steps and more at Spalding-Labs.com

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