Fly Free Zone Collar for GoatsThe Fly Free Zone Collar creates an actual "fly free" zone around the goat's face and neck, and protects goats from biting and disease-transmitting flies, fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. This collar is durable, long-lasting, hassle-free, and comfortable, and features the latest 100% all-natural formula.The Fly Free Zone Collar contains 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 Collar Key Benefits:
- creates a "fly free" zone around the goat's face and neck
- protects goats from flies, fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes
- easy-to-use, comfortable, and long-lasting
- 100% natural insect repellent
Directions for Fly Free Zone Goat Collar:Prior to use, wipe the inside of the collar with a clean towel. Attach the collar around the goat's neck, with the perforated side out, attaching loosely so that 2 or 3 fingers fit between the collar and the neck. Remove the collar before bathing.Note: Can be used on goats, dogs, sheep, and llamas. Size is 22"-24".
- Brand: Fly Free Zone
- Type: Insect
- Form: Collar
- Insect Type: Flies,Fleas,Ticks,Mosquitoes
- Size : 22" - 24"
"So Far, So Good"
I purchase these for some sheep who have severe allergic reactions to gnat bites on their faces and ears. The first time I used them, they helped but the fabric was shredded in not time. This time, I put the collars on them with the fabric side towards their skin. They are holding up MUCH better. They are also doing a great job at keeping the gnats away from their faces.
"WAY TOO BIG!!"
Should have read the size 🙄 My goats neck is not 2 feet around!!!
"didn't hold up"
I ordered 5 of these for my 7 month old goats. They may have lasted 2 weeks. They were shredded in no time and the foam inside was hanging out. It was a good concept but just doesn't hold up to browsing goats. Needs a sturdier outer fabric. BUT, they did work during the first week before they fell apart.
"is this paper?"
Wow. I thought they were worth a try, but don't bother. They smell strongly, and might work, except that the treated portion of the collar seems to be made of something resembling paper- mine don't chew them, but simple movement seems to tear it to shreds. The collar itself is fine, and the Velcro closure seems to hold reasonably well, but why on earth would they use such a flimsy material to be the fly repelling surface? I'd be willing to try again if they upgraded that strip. But not worth a dime as-is.
"her babies ate it"
Basically, the mother goat had three babies who stripped off all the fabric that contained the fly free product. At least none of the babies became ill. You might have better luck if all your goats are adults.
The collar is great. Felt so sorry for my kids with the yellow flies and other biting flies bothering them. No more of that with the collars. Thanks so much. Will definitely keep them on hand for them to keep my boys happy.
This collar seems to help keep the pesky flies away from my goat. It lasts a long time and looks cute on him. This item is worth the money. I used one last summer and ordered two this year so I will have one on hand, ready to switch out in a couple of months.