Defy the Fly Collar

$12.37
Regularly: $18.99
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Defy the Fly Collar

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Product Summary:

Defy the Fly Collar 
 
Natural alternative with no chemicals or sprays that provides a line of defense for your horse repelling flies, mosquitoes and gnats, pesky insects that normally swarm around the horse's head and legs. Snap-on collar with safety release secures snugly but not too tight. Lasts up to 2 months.

Item Specifications:

Size:
Fits Necks 30"- 38"
 
Ingredients:
Citronella, Geraniol, Cedar Oil, Cork, Glycerin

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wanted to try on small donkeys that will not let you handle the legs. all rescues.
MARJORIE S on May 26, 2017
I really like the idea of a fly collar. My horse will not keep a fly mask on him no mater the type or style. The only problem is it breaks easily. My horse is in a pasture and I will find it ripped apart where the white area starts. I usually duck tape it together and it will last a little longer.
CHRISTINA K on Dec 2, 2015
it keeps the flies off of the horse's face, but doesn't make the horse's head hot and sweaty in July and August
ROSINA D on Jun 29, 2016
Want to try this brand. A different brand is helping discourage flies around the head of one horse. I have 3 others needing more protection than just their fly masks.
PRISCILLA G on Jul 24, 2014