$12.00

The nozzle tips are manufactured from high quality brass (filter) and stainless steel. The nozzle tip has a built in check valve and filtering system. The check valve gives a very positive spray on and spray off. The filter is designed to take out any particles that could interfere with the flow of the insecticide. If you are on a well you might also want to use the Shoo-fly Water Filter when filling up the drum. It filters down to one micron. Our tips are compatible with most misting systems.

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Blue Green Algae

Blue Green Algae

$150.00

Pump Body

Pump Body

$125.00

Complete Nozzle

Complete Nozzle

$31.00

With over 200 mares, fly prevention is high on our list of priorities. We have been using Shoo-fly for nearly a decade now and we are extremely pleased with the efficacy of the product and service.

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