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post #11 of 15 Old 03-26-2012, 08:11 PM
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I'm probably going to be placing a horse.com order if you want me to add that cool tail bag(maybe I'll get one for Bella) and speaking of fly control I think I'm going to start Bella on this http://www.horse.com35.66/item/animed-buglyte/SLT900180/(ya think Val is going to kill me now lol) Do you want to split the big bucket(35.99)? The reviews says it works really well.
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It's not a must, but it really depends on your climate, and how bad the flies are at the time.

Have you tried Pyranha? It definitely works the best, in my area anyways.

In my area, the flies are controllable, with spray, fly traps, and predators. There's still some buzzing around, but the Pyranha is the final coating to keep them away from the horse.
So, leaving some hair out, would be kind, but not required.
yeah, we go through every brand.
We have fly traps and predators (for 500+ horses but we only have 30)

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I'm probably going to be placing a horse.com order if you want me to add that cool tail bag(maybe I'll get one for Bella) and speaking of fly control I think I'm going to start Bella on this http://www.horse.com35.66/item/animed-buglyte/SLT900180/(ya think Val is going to kill me now lol) Do you want to split the big bucket(35.99)? The reviews says it works really well.
I'd have two tail bags then, thanks though!
I wish I could put her on that too, but 20 dollars extra is too much for me mom

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I love Pyranha, back home that is what we used, the mosquitoes were so bad in the late spring, it was the best to have all year round. But we had a dry climate.

Down here in the humidity it hasn't worked as well. Today I bought "Endure" by Farnam. It is supposed to be sweat resistant....we shall see if it is worth the money. Lol
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post #15 of 15 Old 03-26-2012, 08:54 PM
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The velcro on my ag has lasted well over 6 months and she is pretty rough on everything. All though when the velcro does go I it won't be hard for me to put a snap on it to keep it going.

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