$58.00

A unique blend of nature's most effective essential oils, this highly effective fly spray repels flies, ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, chiggers, gnats and more! This is a non-toxic, eco-friendly natural blend of oils that is ready-to-use. It's free of DEET and promotes a healthy coat, is non-irritating, non-greasy and safe for lactating or pregnant mares and foals. This product comes ready to use. Just shake well, fill your favorite spray bottle and apply.

NOT FOR USE IN THE OVERHEAD MISTING SYSTEMS.

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I tried several things to get rid of the flies, but nothing worked. I installed my Shoo-Fly system last year and have had no more fly problems ! I was shocked at how fast it worked.

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