No cowgirl wants to “undo” the time and effort put into a thorough grooming job with greasy fly spray. Oil-based fly repellent is sticky, which attracts dust and dirt. Plus, there’s nothing worse than spending money on a fly spray that simply doesn’t work. Unsightly welts from horse fly bites are not only painful and also detract from the horse’s otherwise gleaming turnout.
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.