Farnam No Chew Deterrent Spray

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Farnam No Chew Deterrent Spray

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Product Summary:

 

 

Farnam® No Chew™   32 oz.

 

Helps to protect facilities and horses by controlling cribbing and chewing

·         Clear, non-staining formula contains natural ingredients

·         Does not contain petroleum distillates – non-flammable

·         Can be applied indoors or out on all wooden surfaces

·         Does not affect the horse’s health or the environment

·         Quick drying and can be applied in wet weather

 

For Product Label and MSDS sheet please click on Manufacturer’s Information to the right

 

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SLT700364 11802 086621118027

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Can you put it on trees?
Dave L on Apr 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I I don't see why not. And it does work good. But you have to continuously work at it. . Good luck Jeff.
Can I put this on my horses blanket?
Shining S on Sep 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It works great, if only for a day or so, on wood, but never tried it on cloth. That’s a good idea! I’d first test it on a small part of the blanket if you are worried it might discolor. I bet it would work, but can’t guarantee:)
Does this come in a larger size? my horses and mini donkeys are chewing my trees.
Louise L on Feb 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry, this product is only available in a 32oz bottle.
My horse chews his reins, lead, halter, bridle; doesn't mess with his stall, fencing or blankets. Would this work? What about No Chew? Are they the same thing?
Jeanie E on Jul 10, 2015
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BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't feel comfortable spraying the chew stop on anything that would touch skin. I feel like it might be a skin irritant. It worked really well on my wood in the stall that I used it on.
The No chew is a different product- I'm not sure what the chemical ingredient is, but if it is the same as Chew stop, I wouldn't recommend trying it.
Perhaps you try bitter apple spray that is sometimes used for dogs and cats- I've actually tastes it and it would deter me from biting things.