War Paint Insecticidal Paste

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War Paint Insecticidal Paste

War Paint applied in small amounts can kill and repel face, horn, stable, house, black, and bot flies on horses and foals. 3.43 oz (approx. 8 applications). Read More

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War Paint®

For use on horses and foals. Small amounts of War Paint are placed on the horse where flies tend to congregate. Attaches to the hair and slowly releases the insecticide for weeks.

War Paint aids in the control of:

  • face flies
  • horn flies
  • stable flies
  • house flies
  • black flies
  • bot flies

For full body control, apply:

  • 1 gram under each eye
  • 2 grams on withers
  • 2 grams on each leg

Each tube of War Paint contains approximately 8 applications.

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(Click label link above for illustrated directions for best applications.)

Click to see Tech Sheet for War Paint.


  • Brand: AgriLabs
  • Type: Roll-On

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "The best of the best"

    When it comes to protecting your animals from flies war paint it the best. We've used it for years with great success. Worth the money!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    I have LGD (pyrenees) and they were getting ate up with black flies on their noses. I tried EVERYTHING and couldn't get relief for my dogs. This product WORKS!!! It sticks! Dogs noses have healed.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "It really works!"

    It is so nice to find a product that really does what it claims to do. This stuff is amazing and so easy to use. I re-apply about every 10 days, and the flies stay off of my horse! She gets dermatitis from fly bites, and this stuff has kept her fly-free and happy. This is a great product and I am a big fan!

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Long Term Fly Treatment"

    I have been using War Paint on my horses for years. I rub small spots of it scattered across the horse, paying particular attn to the legs and belly. It takes a day or so to become effective (use fly spray) but then it works for up to 2 weeks! I find it best to reapply at 10 days though. It's the only thing that kept my mule from literally being eaten alive. It does leave a dirty streak so don't use it if you show or under your saddle.

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