We all hate ticks, and this year there are more than ever! Tick bites are worrisome not only because they can cause skin reactions and/or infections, but they can spread disease. We put together an infographic outlining the top three most common horse ticks in the US, the diseases they carry, and where they are located! Simply click on the link below to access the infographic!
Horse owners know just how pesky flies can be. Not only are these insects a nuisance to your horses and stable but they also transmit a slew of diseases and can greatly disrupt the health of your horse. While completely eradicating flies from your horse’s environment may be impossible, horse owners can be successful at drastically reducing fly population through the inclusion of feed through fly controls. It’s most efficient to take a multi-step fly control approach to protect your horses from the harmful consequences of these flying pests.Read More
Summer is the PERFECT weather for riding, swimming, and you got it MOLD! Sometimes life just gets in the way and we can't find the time to ride for a week or two and we get back to tack that is nice and moldy.
Although it is tough to completely recover tack that has been neglected, where there's a will there's a way!Read More
Summer has finally arrived and along with it, insects. As the temperatures heat up, equine fly spray goes on. There are many options to help the horse owner fight off flies, manage mosquitoes, deter deer flies, negate nasty gnats and keep their equine partners free of predation by the various insects that buzz about in the Spring and Summer.Read More
Putting fly spray on in the summer is akin to a habit like brushing our teeth in the morning. It becomes a daily routine! But, did you know that there is a method to properly apply fly spray?Read More
Ever heard the phrase, “Where there are horses, there are flies?" As horse owners, we know that phrase far too well! As we gear up for fly season, it is time to get your fly control arsenal ready. It is important not to forget about one of the most sensitive parts of your horse, his face! In addition to fly spray and premise control, you can protect your horse's face, ears, nose and eyes with a mask.Read More