Durvet Permethrin-10

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Product Summary:

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.)
 
Features:
  • 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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Economical
SUSAN D on Jun 24, 2016
Affordable and it works just as well as other fly sprays!
CRISTA V on Oct 10, 2014
to kill ants and mosquitos
John N on Apr 5, 2016
I haven't tried this before but the reviews sounded good.
Diane L on Jul 13, 2014
Harmful to dogs and cats?
A shopper on Jun 13, 2016
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.
Reply · Report · ALENE B on Jun 13, 2016
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Can this be used on pregnant or lactating horses?
Vanessa E on Oct 2, 2016
Best Answer: Yes it can
Reply · Report · RYLAN J on Oct 2, 2016
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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 ????
Ross g on Sep 18, 2014
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.
Reply · Report · CHRYSTAL L on Sep 18, 2014
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Does this formula absorb into the skin for long term effectiveness like spot-on type repellents?
A shopper on May 1, 2017
Best Answer: No, this product is to be mixed with water to create a spray. I find it does help control flies when used once a week as a barnyard spray, but is no more effective at repelling flies than any other fly spray when sprayed directly on the animal.
Reply · Report · TERESA S on May 1, 2017
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Can this be used on pregnant or lactating goats?
Vanessa E on Oct 2, 2016
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!
Reply · Report · HOLLY R on Oct 2, 2016
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Is this safe to use on gestating and lactating mares?
Audrey on Mar 25, 2015
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.
Reply · Report · Audrey on Mar 25, 2015
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can this be shipped to New York state?
De-anne C on May 11, 2015
Best Answer: This is a non-toxic natural product, but I would check with your county ag agent tomake sure.
Reply · Report · LINDA S on May 11, 2015
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Safe on dogs? And what if they lick themselves afterwards?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2016
Best Answer: No, I would not use this on a dog. Only livestock and livestock areas. Try a natural fly spray. One like flicks. It is made with essential oils and would not be harmful if ingested.
Reply · Report · pam barrett on Nov 18, 2016
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How much do you use for horses in a 32 oz spray bottle?
Dawn P on Aug 9, 2016
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.)
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Aug 10, 2016
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