Equilite FlyAway Garlic

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Product Summary:

Great for when the weather turns sunny and the bugs come out.

Garlic has traditionally been used to help support a healthy immune and respiratory system. It is reputed to have anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties. Fly Away Garlic is cold processed to ensure that the values remain undamaged. Heat processing or pickling of garlic can damage the highly sensitive, Allicin, deemed as the compound responsible for the benefits of garlic.

Contains 100% cold processed garlic powder.

Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.

For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children or other animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. This product should not be given to animals intended for human consumption. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.

For use in horses only.

Directions for Use:
One scoop is equal to 1/2 ounce. 1/2 scoop in the morning and 1/2 scoop in the evening.

This product does not contain any chemicals or fillers.

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VIVIAN S on May 17, 2016
Helps to keep ticks off.
Lauren M on May 22, 2014
I have used a whole container of Fly Away Garlic on my mare, Missouri Fox Trotter, Foxxy and it definitely works for her. I am very pleased and I will continue with this regime for her.
Kathleen A. C on Jun 13, 2015
fly season
Cheryle L on Apr 29, 2014
How much powder do you give each horse at a time?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2015
Best Answer: I give my 1000 lb horse a half scoop once a day sprinkled over his grain. The directions on the container say to feed a half scoop twice daily but the half scoop once a day has worked for me. I introduced it gradually so that he wasn't "surprised" by a sudden change in his feed. It has worked wonders for him. He was the only horse to come off the pasture covered in welts from the biting insects before I began adding garlic to his feed. I still use fly spray to control the flies but the welts are a thing of the past.
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Do all horses at the barn have to be on the feed thru fly supplement or just mine?
Connie G on May 18, 2015
Best Answer: To get the best results, all the horses should be on a no/low fly regimen. BUT, with the garlic, it is my understanding that garlic puts off an odor thru the horses body that flies don't like, I believe I read the same with apple cider vinegar. This was my regimen but my horse was on a private person's property, on the other side of the property from her horse and there were horses just across the street and this worked great for me. I fed Simplyfly (I believe that is the spelling, it is also sold on Stateline) which all horses in the immediate vicinity need to be on to work, the Fly Away Garlic, leggings because the bottom part of my horses legs is where the flies were brutal and all my horse did was stomp without them, a fly mask and spraying every day. I just had to put my horse down but when he was alive and I would go every day to see him, I would only see a couple flies. If I were you, I would try the garlic, you never know if your horse's chemistry will respond with positive results. I would try to find a smaller container of the garlic for your test, just so you don't waste your money. Also, research the apple cider vinegar on line and see if I am right about using it. I am finding apple cider vinegar is great for all kinds of stuff. I know a girl who gave her horse the apple cider vinegar because it is suppose to be good for horses digestive system. I hope this helps you. I hated watching my horse get eaten alive and stomping, I would want to cry. Before finding out about the leggings, those damn flies would draw blood and leave drips of blood running down my horses legs. Those flies were so relentless that even when I sprayed them directly with fly spray, some would just drop and some still held on to my horse's legs. Not to mention drive me crazy landing on me all the time.
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is this safe for pregnant mares?
Denise W on Jul 1, 2016
Best Answer: I think it would be best to ask your vet about giving your pregnant mare this. It work wonders on my mare Missouri Fox Trotter. Kathleen
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