Equi-Spot, 12 week supply
Equi-Spot® Spot-On Fly Control is easy to apply and contains 45% Permethrin to effectively protect horses from pests for 14 days. The water- and sweat-resistant formula kills and repels house flies, stable flies, face flies, horn flies, gnats, and ticks on horses. This spot-on treatment is ideal for pastured horses, as the treatment stays on longer than sprays. There are three defense zones that need to be covered to effectively apply this fly control treatment. The chest, head and neck are defense zone 1, the sides of your horse's body are defense zone 2, and the legs or your horse are defense zone 3 (video below).
Equi-Spot Key Benefits:
- easy to apply
- effective for 14 days
- ideal for pastured horses
- convenient to use
- more fluid per application for more complete coverage
- water- and sweat-resistant
Equi-Spot aids in the control of:
- house flies
- stable flies
- face flies
- horse flies
- deer flies
- black flies
- gnats (including eye gnats)
Note: Safe enough for horses as young as 12 weeks. One easy to apply 10 mL applicator lasts for 14 days. One 3-pk lasts 6 weeks.
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- Brand: Farnam
- Type: Topical
- Ingredient: Permethrin
- Insect Type: Ticks
- Supply: 12 Week Supply
- Size: (6) 10 mL Applicators
"Works for us!"
In years past I used this on a particular horse who was tortured by little flies. Now I am using it on my long ears (mule and donkey) and it is working great for them as well. I would recommend this product.
"It works for us."
We get 2 to 3 weeks of coverage here in N. Idaho before reapplying. It does attract dirt and make a dark line in the white down my pintos back but that's a small price to pay. I buy it every year.
"It works for a week only "
Got this for my mare, no flies for a week, but it starts to wear off after 1 week.
I live in a wooded area with lots of ticks. This keeps them off my horses and discourages flies. I love this product.
I love this product. My donkeys were covered with flies on their lowers legs. Applied this and no flies for over two weeks. My farrier saw how this was working and has recommended it to his other clients.
I’ve been using this for a few years now on several different horses and ponies. It definitely repels ticks. Never had any bad reactions at all. We are in a very high tick population area and I don’t find ticks on the horses if I keep Equispot on them. I do use flyspray to repel stubborn flys but they’re less likely to actually bite when treated with equispot alone. This is every two weeks, not monthly like cats or dogs formulas.
"Seems effective if used with fly predators"
My 2 horses had no reactions. Good for turn outs. Using fly predators on the property too. FL is terrible in the summer and the combination seems to make things bearable.
I was on the lookout for reactions but zero. My horses are fine and have very, very few flys for being in a pasture with over 100 degree weather.
I put this on several horses and all of them broke out in large red welts, eventually loosing hair , it took months to completely recover from it.
"Did not work for my horses"
I was encouraged by the reviews that stated this product worked for their horses, but unfortunately it did not work on my 4 pasture horses. Worse it seemed to make the hair stand up where I applied to the their backs. Not sure if this is normal, but I was afraid it may have irritated their skin.