We describe four ways to use fly spray to the best effect to protect horses from pests.
Using these easy fly control strategies in your barn will help you greatly reduce the nuisance fly population
Many people create their own fly spray formulas to save money using household ingredients. However, there are some factors to consider before attempting your own formula.
Pest protection tips for horses to start your season off right. Choosing a fly spray and wearables like sheets and masks with basic fly control strategies.
Recently, we held an UltraShield contest on social media asking about your worst frustrations for both you and your poor horses during heavy fly and pest season. We decided to address some of the most often repeated fly control issues, and offer up ways to solve them!
According to the Journal of Preventative Veterinary Medicine, there are 53 animal-specific diseases in the USA, with 79% of these transmitted via wildlife. The good news is that keeping your animal safe is a case of staying up to date with knowledge.
Not all horse fly sprays work the same, because they can have drastically different formulas. Our premium UltraShield® Fly Sprays work so well because they contain high-quality, advanced, meticulously formulated ingredients at effective levels. But we aren’t asking you to just take our word for it. Here, we’ll help decipher how to compare fly spray labels yourself.
Absorbine® is proud to be the fly control sponsor of the Kentucky Horse Park (KHP). In this Absorbine® Spotlight, we meet Brook, a 25-year-old American Mustang who is one of the KHPs longest members in residence and who has helped over 1,000 people learn to ride and to appreciate and love horses.
Absorbine® is now the fly control sponsor of the Kentucky Horse Park. In this Absorbine® Spotlight, we learn fun facts about gelding Funny Cide, one of the retired racehorses who lives at the park, while he helps model some Absorbine® products.