Save a horse, Kill a Fly! The equestrian's best friend!

by Liz McGavin April 07, 2017

Save a horse, Kill a Fly! The equestrian's best friend!

Those pesky flies!

Warm, sunny days and the excitement of trail rides, rodeos and outdoor adventures stoke a horse lovers passion for time spent in the saddle. However, with the glorious days of summer, come those pesky annoying flies. Horse owners go to great lengths to protect their horses from these annoying and diseases carrying insects. 

Let us do the day by day work! 

Controlling and keeping flies at bay should begin with their environment; keeping stalls, barns, pastures and any location where your horse spends time, clean and dry, is your first defense in fly control. Flies look for moist, wet areas to lay and hatch their eggs and larva to grow. The obvious solution would be to prevent flies form breeding where by cleaning and good airflow are a great start, however there is usually a need for sometime of additional maintenance to help fight flies day after day with little to now work for you. 

Flystop is a non-toxic and chemical free alternative

Preventing flies infestation where you and your horse spend time is simple, safe and easy with Flystop. Flystop is a non-toxic and chemical free alternative to harsh sprays, expensive traps and biological options. Flystop uses proven technology through natural light, color and non-toxic ASB baits to lure and capture flies. Baits last approximately 30 days and come in refill packs of 3 for just $6.99. To learn more about Flystop’s line of non-toxic insect control you can got to www.flystop.com to get full details on this revolutionary line of non-toxic pest control! 

 




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