Finally – New products for those who want to continue quality care for their horses during the difficult economy.
The flys have landed. This time of year creates distress for horses and their owners as pesky flies and livestock pests bring misery during the heat and humidity. Protect your equine friends with new Bar NoneTM insect spray and fly mask, available from Equine America®, the brand known for quality products at an economical and consumer-friendly price. W. F. Young, Inc., the company that markets Equine America products, is aware that in today’s tight economy, horse owners deserve quality products they can afford. Bar None products were developed as a value choice to meet these needs.
Bar None fly control products are offered in a 32-ounce ready-to-use spray, a 16-ounce concentrate that makes up to 12 quarts, and a horse-size fly mask.
The Bar None spray and concentrate kill livestock pests on contact, including stable flies, horse flies, deer flies, gnats, and mosquitoes – the annoying and potentially harmful insects that make your horse miserable during the hot summer months. They can also be used on livestock. Bar None can be used to control fleas, ticks, and lice on dogs.
The Bar None fly mask is a horse size mask (800-1200 pounds) with adjustable hook and latch closures at both the poll and jowl to ensure a custom fit. The durable gray mesh is resilient and reflects the sun. Padded terry cloth trim helps wick away sweat.
Bar None fly control products can be found at your local tack shop, farm supply store, on the internet or via catalog.
For a dealer near you or for more information, visit the Equine America website at www.equineamerica.com. Founded in 1892 by Wilbur Fenelon Young and his wife, Mary Ida, W. F. Young, Inc. has provided over a century of quality health care products for the equine industry. The company is recognized as a worldwide leader in innovative, specialized health care brands that enhance the quality and enjoyment of life for families and their pets. For more information, visit www.wfyoung.com.