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Equi-Spot Fly Control 6 Week 4-Pack

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Equi-Spot Fly Control 6 Week 4-Pack

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Product Summary:

Farnam® Equi-Spot® Fly Control

Farnam® Equi-Spot® protects horses from flies, gnats, mosquitoes, and ticks. It also kills and repels house flies, stable flies, face flies, horn flies, eye gnats, and ticks, and aids in the control of horse flies, deer flies, mosquitoes and black flies on horses.

This 4-Pack provides a 24-week supply of Equi-Spot (four six-week supply packages). Use only on horses more than 12 weeks (three months) of age.

Features:

  • Kills and repels ticks that may transmit lyme disease and stable and face flies that may cause summer sores
  • Fights mosquitoes that may transmit West Nile Virus
  • Weatherproof, won't sweat off
  • Protects for up to 14 days
Item Specifications:

Size:
4-pack of 6-week supplies
One package includes three 0.34 fl oz. (10.0mL) applicators (6-week supply)

Active Ingredient:
Permethrin (CAS #52645-53-1): 45%
Other ingredients: 55%

Note: This product is extremely toxic to fish. Do not add directly to water.

Directions for Use:
Remove product tubes from package. Fold along perforation between tubes and tear off one tube. Return unused tubes to package. Holding tube with notched end pointing up and away from face and body, snap off narrow end at notches.
Apply one tube (10.0 mL) of product solution as follows:
  • 5 mL along the back line starting at the poll (top of head behind the ears), along the base of the mane, down the dorsal midline to the dock (base of the tail).
  • 1 mL to the top of the forehead under the forelock.
  • 1 mL, as a stripe, to the back of each foreleg, from the ankle up to the knee (2 mL total).
  • 1 mL, as a stripe, to the back of each hindleg, from the ankle up to the hock (2 mL total).
Do not allow the product to contact horse's eyes or mucous membranes. Wrap tube and put in trash.
Do not re-apply for 14 days (2 weeks).
For external use on horses only. Do not use on animals other than horses.
Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, medicated, pregnant or nursing horses. Consult a veterinarian before using on horses with known organ dysfunction.
Certain medications can interact with pesticides. It is advisable to consult a veterinarian before using this product with any other pesticide or drug.
Some animals may be sensitive to ingredients in this product. Reactions in horses may include skin sensitivity. Horses may show lethargy, increased pruritis (itchiness), erythema (redness), rash and hair discoloration or hair loss at the application site. Observe the horse following treatment. Sensitivity may occur after using any pesticide product on animals. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your horse with a mild, non-insecticidal shampoo and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.
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Item Number Model Number UPC
E021526 086621025974

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KV Supply Store
Along with fly spray, I try to use Equispot every couple of week. Where my horses are boarded the manure is not hauled away, so many flies.
CHRISTINE R on Jul 8, 2018
used before
jerilyn k on Apr 26, 2018
Along with fly spray, I try to use Equispot every couple of week. Where my horses are boarded the manure is not hauled away, so many flies.
CHRISTINE R on Jul 8, 2018
This seems to last longer than spray.
Janet R T on May 27, 2018
used before
jerilyn k on Apr 26, 2018
I've used Equi Spot for years. Works well.
Beverly S on Apr 21, 2018
If I start early enough I usually beat the flies that attack my donkeys
jerilyn k on Dec 18, 2017
This seems to last longer than spray.
Janet R T on May 27, 2018
I've used Equi Spot for years. Works well.
Beverly S on Apr 21, 2018