Bot Egg Knife for Horses

$2.17
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Bot Egg Knife for Horses

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Bot Egg Knife 

Help with the control of bot flies by removing bot eggs from your horse. This specially shaped bot egg knife is designed to get into the hard to reach areas where bot eggs are found. Molded grip handle with stainless steel blade. 

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Bought this to have on hand in my tack box.
Edene R on Mar 17, 2017
Can't find my old bot knife.
Georgia F on Oct 28, 2016
only way to get rid of those yellow bot eggs stuck to your horse during the fall
MICHAEL P on Nov 28, 2016
This works best for me!
LORI H on Mar 22, 2016
how do i use the bot egg knife?
A shopper on Sep 19, 2015
Best Answer: The horse's hair should be dry and not overly dirty. The knife has a serrated edge on outer curve. Hold the knife at a 90 degree angle and place it at the top of the area you wish to clean, positioned to follow the way the hair grows. Personally, I always have a dry cloth in the other hand. Using short gentle downward strokes, scrap the knife against the hair. I wipe the blade frequently to keep it clean. As the dander and eggs collect on the blade it becomes less effective. If you find you are pulling out hair, you are using it too aggressively. If nothing is coming off, you are not pushing hard enough.
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