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Farnam® Tri-Tec 14™ Fly Spray

Farnam® Tri-Tec 14™ Fly Spray

A fast-acting, long-lasting fly control formula for horses, Farnam® Tri-Tec 14™ Fly Spray repels and kills flies and other insects for up to 10-14 days. It combines botanically-derived pyrethrins with cypermethrin along with sunscreen to protect against both forms of ultraviolet rays.

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Item #: X1-23667
List: $29.95
Dover's Price:
$24.95
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Farnam® Tri-Tec 14™ Fly Spray offers horses long-lasting protection from flies, gnats and mosquitoes. Combines botanically-derived pyrethrins with cypermethrin to form a fast-acting, long-lasting fly control formula that repels and kills insects for up to 10-14 days. Repels and kills deer ticks that may transmit Lyme disease. Water-based formula also contains sunscreen to protect against both forms of the sun's harmful, ultra violet rays. Quart spray.





Tri-Tec 14 Fly Spray

Directions for Use

Wash hands with soap and water after use. Shake well before using.
To protect horses from horse flies, house flies, stable flies, face flies, horn flies, deer flies, gnats, mosquitoes, lice and deer ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease: Thoroughly brush the horse's coat prior to application to remove loose dirt and debris. For dirty horses, shampoo and rinse thoroughly. Wait until coat is completely dry before applying.

TRI-TEC may be applied either as a spray or as a wipe. For horse's face, always apply as a wipe using a piece of clean, absorbent cloth, toweling (Turkish) or sponge. Wear rubber glove or mitt when applying as a wipe. Spray or wipe horse's entire body while brushing against the lay of the coat to ensure adequate coverage. Avoid getting spray into horse's eyes, nose or mouth.

Application should be liberal for best residual results. Reapply every 5 to 7 days under normal conditions for initial applications. As protection builds, reapply every 10 to 14 days as needed. Also, reapply each time animal is washed or exposed to heavy rain.
Throughout fly season, rotate the locations of your fly traps to identify areas where the most adult flies are trapped. Also, rotate the types of fly sprays you use so that your fly population doesn't become resistant to your favorite spray. Be sure to bathe your horse thoroughly in between switching types of spray.