Fly & Pest Control Products for Horses

Calm your horses by controlling flies and other irritating pests with our wide selection of fly and pest control products. From fly traps & baits, to tick control products, to lice treatment supplies, we have everything you need to keep your horse happy and healthy. 

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A professional-grade barrier sealant that provides outstanding durability and adhesion to seal without any synthetic toxins or harmful residue.
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This mouse trap will discreetly trap and kill mice quickly, and clean-up is a breeze.
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Rat snap trap with set indicator tie. Will alert you when a rodent has been caught.
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Slim and attractive wall mounted fly light. Attracts and kills flies with no annoying zapping sounds.
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Replacement glue boards for the Fly Trap Professional fly light systems.
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A professional rodenticide bait block for Agricultural Use, in a ready-to-use wax block for maximum palatability and moisture resistance along with high heat resistance bait.
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Offers an advanced solution to help you get rid of insects without buzzing, zapping or using added harmful pesticides, chemicals, and refills.
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Aprofessional insecticide that may be used directly on animals or as a premise spray to eliminate insect pests.
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A permanent trap which features a chimney effect that is specially designed to lure and catch yellow jackets.
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A professional soft bait rodenticide that is peanut butter flavored with food-grade ingredients for house mice, roof rats, and Norway rats.
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An indoor and outdoor trap that is very effective on getting rid of mosquitoes and other insects.
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A professional aerosol insecticide that effectively kills over 19 flying and crawling insects.
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Contains 12-week supply of Permethrin based formula which helps kill and repel mosquitoes, ticks, flies and other insects for up to 2 weeks.
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A natural fly repellent for horses that promotes normal digestion and gastrointestinal health.
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An effective mosquito and nuisance insect trap that is convenient to install anywhere.
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Gardner WS-95 Wall Sconce Fly Light Trap is a fly light for catching flies and other flying insects.
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An attractive, ultra-slim and compact Insect light Trap with 30 watts of Quantum power for more attraction to target flying insects.
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A ready-to-use, fragrant and gentle fly repellent spray for horses.
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A safe and effective repellent which helps protect horses, ponies, and foals against flying insects.
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Protects the eyes of horses against insects, dust, dirt and debris.
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A ready-to-use formula with power sprayer that provides safe, reliable fly control on horses, cattle, sheep, goat and swine.

Types of Horse Flies

There are a wide variety of flies that can bother or cause problems for horses. All horse flies cannot be treated the same, and most horse fly control methods are dependent on the fly’s lifecycle and habitat. Here is a brief list of common fly pests for horses and how to treat them.

Biting Flies:

  • Stable Flies: Stable flies are very annoying to both people and stable animals. They bite and feed on the blood, usually on lower parts of animals, like belly and legs. They lay eggs in decomposing organic matter, like excrement mixed with straw or soil, wet straw, hay, grass clippings, etc. This means the key aspect to stable fly control is sanitation; by cleaning up the breeding materials, you will be able to break the life cycle of these flies in your stables. Clean up manure, wet feed, old hay, and anything that could harbor fly larvae once a week. Dry out manure to keep flies from laying eggs in it. Chemical control methods include using a combination of residual surface treatments and knockdown sprays. This will get rid of existing flies and keep them away for a few weeks. On-animal products give animals immediate relief but don’t last very long.
  • Horse and Deer Flies: These flies can inflict painful bites on both humans and horses. Since they breed in or near water, horse and deer flies are a particularly a problem if animals are grazing or pastured in low wet areas or near streams. These flies are very difficult to control, but on-animal treatment repellents and sprays can help give animals relief.
  • Black Flies: Also called buffalo gnats, these small black flies are found in pasture areas or along streams. The bites these flies inflict cause irritation, anemia, and in severe situations even toxemia and anaphylactic shock. You could try stabling horses during the day and let them pasture at night to avoid black flies, and use petroleum jelly or insecticide product on ears to prevent bites.
  • Horn Flies: Although horn flies are usually cattle pests, when cows and horses are pastured together, the horn flies will move to the horses and begin to bother them. Self-treating devices have been shown to be effective, and also sprays and wipes. If it becomes a problem, avoid pasturing cattle and horses together.

Nuisance Flies:

  • Houseflies: Houseflies bother everyone involved. While they don’t cause injury, they’re known to be vectors of many diseases and can lead to unsanitary conditions. Their control is extremely similar to stable flies; they have very similar breeding habits and lay eggs in the same kind of materials. Houseflies can also be trapped with baits or with sticky traps.
  • Face flies: These flies are usually pests of grazing cattle, but can bother horses when cattle and horses are grazing together. They feed on facial secretions and can transmit pathogens. Wipes or sprays formulated for these flies can help reduce flies on the face, but keeping cows and horses apart will help to eliminate face flies on horses.

Learn more about using insecticides to combat flying pests around horses in our guide to using insecticides around animals.

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