Adam's Fly Spray & Repellent Kills and repels face flies, stable flies, house flies, mosquitoes, gnats, mites, chiggers, lice and ticks. Contains oil of Aloe, lanolin and other emollients to moisturize skin and produce a healthy looking, shiny show coat.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Thoroughly brush the horse's coat, prior to application, to remove loose dirt and debris. For dirty horses, and as a preparation for show grooming, clean the coat with a good cleansing shampoo. Wait until coat is completely dry before applying ADAMS Fly Spray and Repellent. Cover enter surface of animal with spray, but avoid getting product into horse's eyes or other sensitive areas such as mouth or nose. Brush coat against grain while spraying to ensure adequate penetration of product. As a wipe, apply liberally with a clean cloth or sponge. Make sure spray has completely dried before covering with any tack. For initial treatment, apply ADAMS Fly Spray and Repellent daily for 2-3 days. As infestation subsides, repeat treatment every 5-10 days or as prescribed by a veterinarian. Also, reapply every time animal is washed or exposed to heavy rain. INDICATIONS: ADAMS Fly Spray and Repellent combines Oil of Aloe with other emollients to moisturize the skin and produce a show condition coat. Contains two insecticide systems and two repellents for use on horses for immediate and residual control of face flies, stable flies, house flies, mosquitos, gnats, mites, chiggers, lice and ticks. Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals
HUMAN: Causes substantial but temporary eye injury. Do no get in eyes or on clothing. Wear safety glasses. Harmful if absorbed through skin. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wear waterproof gloves. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. Do no contaminate foodstuffs. Do not smoke while using.
ANIMAL: Do no get in eyes or mucous membranes. Do no use on cats. Do not use on horses intended for slaughter. Do not use on nursing puppies or foals under 12 weeks of age. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, pregnant, medicated or nursing animals. Sensitivities may occur after using ANY pesticide product for pets. If signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.
Truly the best fly spray on the market by Melvina from south Florida04/28/2012
I've used Adams Fly Spray for years. It works better than any other fly spray I've tried, and it has aloe and sun screen.
Great product! by ValOfFrance from Ashburn, VA05/12/2014
I have been using it for a couple years now. It is a bit pricey but works great on horses with sensitive skin like mine.
The owner of the barn did his own "in house" testing last summer on one of the stall walls. He sprayed a different area with all various products used by owners. Adam's was the only one which was fly free and for the longest time.
Would recommend it for sure!
WORKS GREAT FLY SPRAY by CHARLIEROSE from deerpark, wa07/17/2013
I like this fly spray it seams to work well by keeping the flys/bugs off for about 10 days and my horse has sensitive skin. this spray doesnt seam to bother her at all!
Adams Fly Spray by Tracie from Marana AZ09/20/2013
This is the best product we have ever found for fly protection. We can spray the horses and the smell lingers in the barn most of the day keeping the fly's away.
most fly sprays do not work at all by nagsrus from boston10/10/2013
This fly spray was recommended by my Vet. it is by no means perfect but better than most.
Vet recommended fly spray by Inge from western mountains07/10/2013
Our vet recommends this particular fly spray for our horses and I think it's awesome. Only negative on our shipment was that one of the spray bottles leaked and that was pretty messy.
being discontinued by none from PA06/14/2013
I cancelled this product and this order due to the fact that I spoke to Farnam and this product is being discontinued.
THE ONLY FLY SPRAY THAT LASTS by DADDY from central new mexico07/20/2010
This fly spray lasts I think it is a good purchase
FANTASTIC!! by Paco's Mom from Tucson, Arizona07/04/2013
My horse, Paco, has always had problems with most fly sprays containing pyrethrin and/or pymethrin. Because he has weepy eyes, he rubs them on his body and then they swell shut because of the fly spray. Using natural fly sprays is extremely ineffective for good fly control, so my vet recommended Adams. It's a little hard to find, but worth the search (and the price). I have been using it for over a month and he has had no eye problems from it. My guess is some of the added ingredients buffer the effect of the chemicals on his eyes, but it still keeps the flies away. I only have to put it on every few days and it works GREAT!! Thank you Entirely Pets for your excellent sale price, too!!