Absorbine UltraShield Green Fly Repellent
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UltraShield® Green from Absorbine®
“Going green” can be both highly effective and eco-safe with Absorbine®’s UltraSheild® Green natural fly repellent.
Eco-Safe for the entire family and the environment
No artificial colors or additives
Repels and controls biting flies, mosquitoes, and gnats for up to eight hours
Contains seven essential oils known to have repellency properties
Consumer feedback: smells great, shiny coat, long-lasting
Also for use on dogs
Made in the U.S.A.
Thyme Oil: 0.01%
Cedar Oil: 0.05%
Lemongrass Oil: 0.05%
Rosemary Oil: 0.05%
Citronella Oil: 0.06%
Clove Oil: 0.08%
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: 2.5%
Inert Ingredients (Water and Glycerin): 96.5%
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Can this be used on beef cattle?
Best Answer: Absorbine states that this product can be used on horses, ponies, foals, and dogs.
My horse lost most of his hair after shedding out this spring and I'm afraid to use any chemical fly sprays Would this be the solution I'm looking for?
Best Answer: Hello..
I did not want to use harsh chemicals on my animals so I tested this out on my horses, cows, and donkeys. It smells really good and seems to keep the flys away all day. My horses don't really like strong scents so I make sure I spray them in their stalls before going to pasture. My cows on the other hand are usually in the pasture and they don't like strong smells either but once they realize it's the fly spray they stand there and let me spray them because they know it helps keep flys away. Hope that helps.
Does it repel ticks too?
Best Answer: I am not sure how well it repels ticks but I can say that I have only ever seen 1 tick on one of our 3 horses all of last season.