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Economical Way to control Flies in the Barn

PHOENIX – April 30, 2009 – Did you know that Bronco® Equine Fly Spray plus Citronella Scent may be used as a premise spray as well as being an effective on-animal fly control spray? It is both handy and economical to use the same spray on your horse and in the barn.

“The Bronco® product is an excellent all-around fly control choice because it may be used to kill and repel flies and other annoying insects on the horse as well as a premise spray around the barn,” said Emily Stevens, brand manager, Farnam Horse Products. “It may also be used on dogs, their bedding and on premises.”

Bronco® Equine Fly Spray plus Citronella Scent kills and repels stable flies, horse flies, face flies, deer flies, house flies and horn flies plus ticks (including Deer Ticks), fleas, chiggers, lice, gnats and mosquitoes.

“For the most effective fly control possible, start with a clean horse,” said Stevens. “After removing excess dirt and dust; spray a light mist to coat the entire horse, avoiding the eyes and mucous membranes. Pay special attention to the belly and the inside of the legs where it can be difficult for you to reach, but not the flies. As always, refer to the Directions for Use for complete information.”

The Bronco® product is an extremely versatile, water-based fly spray with a pleasant citronella scent. This non-oily insecticide may be applied full strength to your horse with a trigger spray applicator or wiped around sensitive areas such as eyes and mucous membranes. It may also be used undiluted as a premise surface spray in horse and cattle (beef and dairy) barns, milk houses, poultry houses, swine quarters, kennels, outbuildings, pens and shelters.

“There are a lot of costs associated with caring for your horse,” Stevens added. “One way to save money is to look for your favorite fly spray in economical gallon sizes.”

Bronco® Equine Fly Spray plus Citronella Scent is available in a 32-ounce trigger spray bottle and retails for about $10 and in a cost-effective gallon size refill that retails for about $31.

Farnam Companies, Inc.

Over the past six decades, Farnam Companies, Inc., has grown to one of the most widely recognized names in the animal health products industry and has become one of the largest marketers of equine products in the country. No one knows horses better than Farnam. That’s why no one offers a more complete selection of horse care products. Farnam’s Horse Products serve both the pleasure horse and the performance horse markets with products for fly control, hoof and leg care, grooming, wound treatment, leather care supplies, plus feed and nutritional supplements. For information about Farnam® Horse Products in the U.S. call toll free at (800) 234-2269 or visit http://www.farnamhorse.com.

Farnam – Your Partner in Horse Care™

 

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