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Durvet Permethrin 10% Rapid Kill Insecticide Concentrate
Long-Lasting Fly Repellent with up to 28 days of residual activity for just pennies a horse!
This long-lasting water-based fly spray features a new, exclusive, safer formula. (Residual activity for up to 28 days*)
Our best results came from mixing from 2 to 4 ounces of concentrate in a gallon of water and for some extreme infestations up to 6 ounces per gallon for spot treatments on the ears, face, and along the backline.(Mfg suggests starting at 2 ounces per gallon and increasing the amount if needed in heavy infestations.)
Long lasting effectiveness--up to 28 days!
Virtually no bad odor when diluted with water
Effective against one of the widest range of insects available
Among the many pests this fly spray is effective against are: horn flies, face flies, lice, ticks, deer ticks, mosquitoes, and many other pesky insects
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can one apply permethrin 10% as a pour on on the back line right out of the container on horses gordon ross ????
Best Answer: HI: I personally wouldn't do that... this is pretty potent stuff and i'm sure they have you dilute it for a reason, it would be like pouring it on yourself at full strength... it isn't like dog medicine where it absorbs into the skin. i use it at the recommended ratio and it seems to work. i do have to reapply for the first couple uses and then after that you can slow down with it and seems to be less and less flies. We have 8 horses so it's well worth it. Seems to go a long ways too.
Can this be used on pregnant or lactating goats?
Best Answer: Yes its for cattle, horses and goats. I use a gallon bottle put about 1. Cup fly spray, the rest water and one tablespoon of skin so soft. You can adjust mixure if needed. Great product!
Is this safe to use on gestating and lactating mares?
Best Answer: I was attempting a "short-cut" for the answer to my question on product use. I'm sure the label will provide the necessary information and if not, I will make an official inquiry with the manufacturer before using it on gestating and/or lactating mares, and nursing foals! Thank you, Susan, for trying to assist.
Harmful to dogs and cats?
Best Answer: Well the dogs and cats that run around where my horses are don't seem to have any ill effect from it when I treat them. I don't use it on them specific so not sure if it would have issues.
Can this be used on pregnant or lactating horses?
can this be shipped to New York state?
Best Answer: This is a non-toxic natural product, but I would check with your county ag agent tomake sure.
How much do you use for horses in a 32 oz spray bottle?
Best Answer: Our best results came from mixing from 2 to 4 ounces of concentrate in a gallon of water and for some extreme infestations up to 6 ounces per gallon for spot treatments on the ears, face, and along the backline.(Mfg suggests starting at 2 ounces per gallon and increasing the amount if needed in heavy infestations.)