$13.29 to $18.99
The Fly Free Zone™ Fly Repellent Collars and Leg Bands for horses create an actual "Fly Free" zone several inches from the horse's face, neck, and legs. The collar and leg bands protect horses from biting and disease-transmitting flies, gnats, and mosquitoes. Read More
Fly Free Zone for HorsesThe Fly Free Zone™ Fly Repellent Collars and Leg Bands for horses create an actual "Fly Free" zone several inches from the horse's face, neck, and legs. The collar and leg bands protect horses from biting and disease-transmitting flies, gnats, and mosquitoes. Fly Free Zone Collars and Leg Bands are long lasting, hassle free and feature the latest, all-natural formula with no harmful chemicals. These products contain ingredients that generate a long-lasting deterrent effect against pests including: citronella, cottonseed oil, cellulose and phenylethyl propionate. Endorsed by Arnold Scherpenborg, the inventor of the Fly Collar products, who says "I have never seen a Fly Repellent as safe, effective, and animal friendly as the FLY FREE ZONE™ products."
Fly Free Zone for Horses Key Benefits:
- repels flies, gnats, mosquitoes
- no harmful chemicals
- comfortable and fashionable
- one size fits all
- made in USA
Directions for Fly Free Zone Horse Collar:Attach the collar around the horse's neck so the perforated side faces out. Attach loosely so that 2 or 3 fingers fir between the collar and the neck. The collar can be worn with a halter or a bridle. Remove collar when bathing horse.
Directions for Fly Free Zone Horse Leg Bands:Attach each leg band just above horse's ankle, perforated side out. Attach loosely so 2 or 3 fingers fit between the leg band and ankle. Remove leg bands when bathing horse.Fly Free Zone Horse Collar: 36"
Fly Free Zone Horse Leg Bands: pack of 4
- Brand: Fly Free Zone
- Type: Collar,Leg Bands
- Country of Origin: USA
- Size: 36",4 Pack
"caused hives on horse's neck"
This product came highly recommended. The flies are horrible after all the heavy rains this Spring. The odor when I opened made my eyes water. I let it air out for a while before I tried putting it on one of my horses. I couldn't get within 5 feet of him because he didn't like the smell. I put it on one of my other horses. It fit but within 24 hours he had an allergic reaction to it and hives on his neck all the way to his check. Had rubbed them raw so had to doctor for that. Put it on another horse and he did not have a reaction but it did not seem to decrease the flies around his head. Ended up taking it off and discarding. Will give the other one to the person who recommended the product. Great idea but didn't work on 3 of my 4.
"Make sure to measure."
I bought 4 of these because they said one size fits all. Well, do not bother if you have any kind of draft or draft cross, donkey or mule because they will not fit. Worse yet the cattle one size fits all would not fit my Jersey cow. so make sure to measure your animals neck if you plan to purchase.
"Fly Free Zone Collars are great!"
I love these fly collars. I buy them for all my horses every summer. The leg bands come off within a couple days, but the neck collars stay on until I take it off. Keeps the fly's off the face and ears.
"Collar works! Don't buy Leg Bands!"
The collar worked well last summer on my mare. Thought I would try the leg bands as well for this summer. In 2 weeks the leg bands rubbed hair off and in a couple of places was starting to rub her raw. They are supposed to last a couple of months. They might keep the bugs off but I can't have her being hurt while it does. Buy the collar and use Swat or spray under their tummy and down their legs.
These citronella based collars and leg bands work for a few days while the citronella is strong. After a couple of weeks the flies were actually walking on them or under them. The idea is good but my experience was not satisfactory because my expectation was that these expensive items would last at least a couple of months.
"Got to have these"
This is great I buy them for my horse's at the being of summer and they last 3 months just long enough. The bright color helps to find them when pasture mates take them off . A little duck tape keeps them on. They keep fly's off.