EQUI-SPOT SPOT-ON FLY CONTROL FOR HORSES Protects horses from flies, gnats, mosquitoes and ticks
Kills & repels house flies, stable flies, face flies, horn flies, eye gnats, and ticks on horses Aids in the control of mosquitoes, horse flies, deer flies and black flies on horses Equi Spot
Directions: Remove product tubes from package. Fold along perforation between tubes and tear off one tube. Return unused tubes to package. Holding tube with notched end pointing up and away from face and body, snap off narrow end at notches.
Apply one tube (10.0 ml) of product solution as follows: 5 ml along the back line starting at the poll (top of head behind the ears), along the base of the mane, down the dorsal midline to the dock (base of the tail) 1 ml to the top of the forehead under the forelock 1 ml, as a stripe, to the back of each foreleg, from the ankle up to the knee (2 ml total) 1 ml, as a stripe, to the back of each hindleg, from the ankle up to the hock (2 ml total) Do not allow the product to contact horses eyes or mucous membranes. Wrap tube and put in trash. Do not reapply for 14 days (2 weeks).
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Used to be good, What happened? by Pony Lady2 from North Carolina06/04/2013
I used to use Equi-Spot, but this year it is not as effective. Have my Flies changed or has the material been re-formulated? Not as happy with it this year. It only lasted a day or two. It was economical, so I bought a lot. Now I'm stuck with a load of stuff that doesn't work as well. I will have to beef it up with fly spray until I use it up and then I will get something else.
Works well for our horses although I liked the old style container better for dispensing the drops.