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How do you get rid of them nasty fly?

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        07-23-2008, 06:01 PM
    Thank yall I will definitely. Try apple cider vinegar, FoxyRoxy1507
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        07-23-2008, 11:10 PM
    OK I went out and gave them apple cider vinegar with the pellet and they ate it and I have one Question Should I wait in the morning give it to them? Or how long do they last for ? Or do I have to give it to them twice a day or one a day? Or what the direction for apple cider vinegar?
        08-06-2008, 01:44 AM
    how do you get rid of those nasty fly's

    I am from Alabama also and a friend of mine has 12 horse's
    She started using a roll on fly repelent called War Paint and she swears by it. I know how bad the flys are around here and she said you only apply it to a few areas on the horse. She hasn't had any fly's on her horse's that she keeps in the barn.give that a try. I think she orderd it on line. Good luck. Hope this helps

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