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EA Country Vet Metered Fly Spray

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EA Country Vet Metered Fly Spray

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Country Vet® Metered Fly Spray

Country Vet® Metered Fly Spray contains 0.975% Pyrethrins from Chrysanthemum flowers to effectively kill & repel flies, mosquitoes, gnats and small flying moths

  • EPA Registered and USDA rated for use in food processing and handling areas

  • High quality, economical automatic flying insect control

  • For use in all standard Country Vet Automatic Metered Dispensers

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    Size:  6.4 oz.
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    Simple method of fly control in my barn!
    KENLINE V on Jul 9, 2015
    product works well
    MARCY M on Jun 7, 2015
    works great
    NANCY M on Jun 10, 2015
    It works great
    Michelle H on May 27, 2015
    I have used this product for many years. Is it safe for birds?
    Sherry L on Mar 23, 2014
    Best Answer: I'm assuming you are asking about birds in your barn not exotic pet birds... All I can tell you is that I used these in a closed up barn in Seattle and in a more open air barn in Arizona. I've never found a dead bird anywhere. It is highly effective with the flies! I recommend them to my horse friends all the time!!! I'm also the person who
    Uses more natural horse spray on my horses. These however keep the flues out if their stalls. I have 1 for each stall.
    Reply · Report · SUSAN B on Mar 26, 2014
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    Is this product safe to use in a small restaurant? I've used it for years but have, for the first time ever, an employee who is uncomfortable working with it in use.
    Ed D on Apr 6, 2015
    Best Answer: Here is a link to the product label shown in the item description:
    http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/meteredflyspraylabel.pdf

    Among other information, the label states that this metered fly spray is rated for use in farms, dairies, barns, kennels and milk and egg handling areas of dairies and chicken houses. The precautionary statements advise against installation directly above or within 12 feet of any food handling or dispensing area and to be timed so that it does not dispense wile food processing
    is underway. Foods should be removed or covered in such a way as to prevent contamination and all food processing surfaces should be covered during treatment or washed with an effective cleaning compound followed by potable water rinse.
    If this information is a concern at your establishment please call the Manufacturer at 985-878-6751.
    The product label and MSDS Sheet are both listed as clickable links in the item description.
    Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Apr 6, 2015
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    is it safe for dogs ?
    alex r on Aug 2, 2014
    Best Answer: I'm sorry but I don't know about it being safe around dogs, we use ours in our barn and our dogs are all house dogs and don't hang out in the barn. I know my stall cleaner has brought her dog at times and it doesn't seem to effect him-but they aren't here for to long and our barn is pretty open. Sorry I could not be of more help. It does keep the flies down in the barn though. Hope you get a better answer, maybe your vet could answer that ?. Sincerely Tracey G.
    Reply · Report · TRACEY G on Aug 3, 2014
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