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RESCUE!® Fly Bag
The RESCUE!® Fly Bag catches flies in bulk and is simple to use. Use around the barn and other outdoor areas with heavy fly concentration. Just add water and hang! When the trap is full, simply take it down, close the yellow top and throw the entire trap in the garbage.
This trap is baited for fly species which are most common in agricultural areas -- including house flies, false stable flies, blow flies, blue and green bottle flies, flesh flies, face flies and many others. The RESCUE!® Fly Bag contains a fast-acting fly attractant that starts working as soon as you add water. Food and feed additives are combined with other dried ingredients to make the RESCUE!® attractant. Lured by the scent, flies enter through the yellow top cap and drown in the water.
Designed to handle outdoor areas with heavy fly concentrations
Powder attractant is contained within the trap itself
Attractant dissolves and activates quickly when water is added to the bag
Trap's design eliminates touching the bait or the flies
Made in the U.S.A.
Size:Small Bag: holds approximately 20,000 flies
Large Bag: holds approximately 40,000 flies
Warning:Keep out of reach of children and pets.
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I'm thinking of getting a few of these for my horse pasture, but I just don't want my horses to chew on them. Has anyone ever had a problem with that?
Best Answer: I would not recommend putting them where the horses can get to them. #1 - you never know what they will eat, and plastic can cause delayed problems like enteroliths and immediate problems like colic. #2 - Even if they only play with them, they will be really stinky if they get the stuff on them, and VERY attractive to flies. #3 - the guidance online says to put them at least 50 feet away from where you don't want flies. I would pay attention to prevalent wind patterns for your pasture and put them where the wind will blow the odor to the pasture, thus luring the flies out and away. In our area, prevalent wind is from the east in the am and west in the pm, so traps are out in both directions.
can it be used indoors. Does it have an odor?
Best Answer: Wouldn't use it indoors because it does have an odor. That's how it works. It's stinky. I do have them hanging them in my barn and it's not that it's horribly smelly. It's when the wind catches it just right you get a whiff of it. However, when it fills up with dead flies it definitely smells bad so it's not something you want to look at or have near your face. I had hung one in a tree near my backporch and forgot I put it there. Every time I'd walk by I smelled a dead animal and thought my dogs had got a possum but then I saw the fly bag and realized that was the smell. So it doesn't flood the entire area with stinky odor. It depends on the wind conditions and you do have to be within 10 feet to smell it. Hope that helps.
what is the size difference between LG & Small wt. and lasting time?
Best Answer: The large is almost twice the size of the small. However, I didn't find the large to be as effective as the small bag. Somehow didn't seem to attract as many flies--maybe the chemical smelll wasn't as strong.