The Shoo-fly Tri-Jet Portable Fogger is suitable for a wide range of uses for both indoor and outdoor applications. Food plants, hotels, barns, parks and hospitals are just a few examples of sites which depend on the Shoo-fly Tri-Jet Fogger for effective treatment. This versatile Fogger is ideal for everyday use for such diverse applications as: controlling odors; disinfecting and sanitizing; controlling mildew; controlling mosquitoes, flies and other insects; dispensing water for humidification and dust control; and many other innovative applications. The portable Shoo-fly Tri Jet is a "cold fogger" — it handles both water and oil-based solutions — and has a one-turn control knob to adjust particle size and degree of misting. The dispensing rate is easy to calibrate in the field to compensate for differences in liquid density or viscosity.The Tri-Jet fogging head can be adjusted up or down as required. Made of durable aluminum, it's relatively lightweight, but tough enough to withstand the demands of everyday use.

Order the Livestock and Poultry Concentrate for use in the Fogger.



1/3 HP Motor

1/3 HP Motor


Livestock & Poultry Plus PBO 2pack

Livestock & Poultry Plus PBO 2pack





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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Horses are like Children at spreading colds and snotty noses. ...And just when you think you have it under control the cycle can start up again.

In my 25 years with Shoo-fly we have gone from ...the office over the garage and the workshop/shipping & receiving in the garage to the large converted house we have used for the last 20 years.

Insecticides vs. Repellents - What to Use and What is ...Safe? In the thick of bug season, selecting the correct product for your horse or your insect control system can be a confusing process. The following commonly asked questions will help you make the ...

Spring is coming! We have been waiting all winter ...to open up the barn, take in the fresh air, and let the horses out to enjoy the warm sunshine. You may have noticed, after being cooped up all winter, that your barn needs ...