It took 5 years of experimenting, trial, error, and lot of frustrated donkeys and happy flies to finally get it right. Five years of people asking us if we sold a natural fly repellent, and us telling them no...because nothing really worked. Sure, it worked for 4 or 5 hours, but then the flies were back with a vengeance, and we would have to re-apply or they would be eaten up again.
Now we finally have a fly fighter that actually works, is completely natural and non-toxic for the humans applying it AND the animals on the receiving end. Flies, on the other hand, absolutely HATE it.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner.
So, here you go.
Before fly fighter, donkeys are eaten up by flies, especially on their legs. With Fly Fighter, you can see the difference.
This is NOT the cheapest fly repellent on the market.
This is NOT for the horse owner who still thinks using toxic pesticides, DEET, and Perethrin are a good idea.
This IS for my fellow equine lovers who understand that a product that requires you to glove up to apply, and has a possible carcinogen warning, may not be a good idea for them, their animals, or their land.
This IS for my fellow equine lovers who are tired of using "natural" products that don't work.
If you're still reading and are not annoyed, perturbed, and put out, this is for you.
You and your lucky donkeys, horses, hinnies, and mules.
PS. We don't discriminate against our other four legged friends. We just haven't tested it on them yet! If you do, let us know how it goes! (Just google the ingredients for contraindications on your particular pet. Cats are especially tricky when it comes to essential oil adverse reactions.)
Directions: Apply with paintbrush to fly bitten areas, along spine, and between ears. Avoid eye area. May discolor hair on light colored animals.
Pine Tar Pinus Palustris (Pine) Wood Tar
*Olea Europaea (Olive) oil
*Cocos nucifera (Coconut) oil
*Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Seed Oil
*Cedrus atlantica Bark (Cedarwood) Oil
*Cymbopogon Winterianus (Citronella) oil
*Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus) oil
*Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil
*Lavandula Hybrida (Lavandin) Oil
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