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post #11 of 12 Old 07-24-2012, 12:15 AM
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Hmm I've never heard of the vinegar... That sounds like it might be worth trying. The flies are at their worst right now so I've been debating on what fly stuff to get, there is so many choices and I tend to over think everything especially when it comes to using it on her. She has some spots on her tush where she has been bit. She has recently been sick though and she still has a little bit of a cough do you think the vinegar would affect that?

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post #12 of 12 Old 07-24-2012, 01:57 AM
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Hmm I've never heard of the vinegar... That sounds like it might be worth trying. The flies are at their worst right now so I've been debating on what fly stuff to get, there is so many choices and I tend to over think everything especially when it comes to using it on her. She has some spots on her tush where she has been bit. She has recently been sick though and she still has a little bit of a cough do you think the vinegar would affect that?
I'm not quite sure. I don't think it shoukd effect the sickness in anyway, but then again my guys haven't been sick recently. If your scared to add it then don't, but I fyou have problem spots where flys always go to, my go to tool is SWAT. My mare that is a fly magnet has a spot on her belly that I add swat to every once and awhile and it works very well.
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