Farnam Bronco-e Equine Fly Spray Plus Citronella Scent 32oz
Style #: 100502328
- Repels and kills stable, horse, face, deer, house and horn flies, plus mosquitoes, gnats, ticks, fleas, chiggers and lice
- This non-oily insecticide repellent may be applied with a trigger spray applicator, or as a wipe
- Citronella scent
- Insecticide and repellent for use on horses, ponies, foals and in horse barns and stables
- Contains prallethrin, permethrin, piperonyl butoxide technical
- Available in 32 oz with trigger sprayer and gallon sizes
- 32oz with trigger sprayer
- Also available in gallon - www.nrsworld.com/farnam/farnam-bronco-e-equine-fly-spray-plus-citronella-scent-gallon-refill-135953
Bronco®e Equine Fly Spray is a staple for every stable. Kills six fly species, gnats, ticks, deer ticks, fleas, chiggers and lice! Insecticide and repellent for use on horses, ponies, foals and in horse barns and stables.
- Kills and repels stable, horse, face, deer, house and horn flies, gnats, ticks, fleas, chiggers and lice
- Repels mosquitoes
- Ready-to-use, water-based formula
- Pleasant citronella scent
- Insecticide and repellent for use on horses and in horse barns and stables
- Contains Prallethrin, Permethrin, Piperonyl Butoxide
Directions for Use
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
For Horses Use Full Strength. This non-oily insecticide repellent may be applied with a trigger spray applicator, or as a wipe. Kills and repels stable flies, horse flies, face flies, deer flies, house flies, horn flies, mosquitoes, gnats, ticks, fleas, chiggers, and lice. Not for use on horses intended for slaughter.
Directions for Trigger Spray Use: Remove excess dirt and dust. Apply light spray mist to coat while brushing lightly against lay of the hair. Avoid spray in eyes and mucous membranes. Apply with sponge or cloth to those areas.
Directions for Wipe-On Use: Thoroughly brush horse to remove excess dirt and dust. Extremely dirty horses should be shampooed, rinsed, and allowed to dry before applying wipe. Use a sponge or clean soft cloth or mitt. Apply liberally over areas to be protected. Pay special attention to legs, belly, shoulders, neck, and facial areas. Avoid eyes and mucous membranes.
To Kill and Repel Flying Insects in Horse Quarters: Use this product in horse barns and stables to kill and repel stable flies, horse flies, face flies, deer flies, house flies, horn flies, mosquitoes, gnats, ticks (including Deer Ticks), fleas, chiggers, and lice. Apply undiluted as either a surface spray or space spray (fog). Surface Spraying: Use a good sprayer adjusted to deliver a coarse wet spray. Apply as a coarse wet spray using 1 pint per 1,000 square feet. Direct the spray wherever flies congregate or alight, until surfaces are moistened. Treat around doorways, feed storage rooms, alleyways and windowsills. Spray around outside of door facings and screens to render area unattractive to insects. This helps to repel insects and prevent entrance into building.
Space Spraying: Remove horses prior to application. Before application, close doors, windows and other openings and shut off ventilating systems to reduce air movement as much as possible. Apply with a good machine adjusted to deliver a fine mist or fog. Direct spray at an upward angle, distributing it uniformly throughout the entire area at a rate of 2 fluid ounces per 1,000 cubic feet (10 ft x 10 ft x 10 ft). Apply by directing spray toward ceiling and corners until the space is filled with mist. For best results, keep doors and windows closed, when possible, for 10 minutes during spraying and after application. Applicator must not remain in treated area. After the 10 minute treatment period, the area should be opened and ventilated prior to reoccupation by humans or animals.
Do not use where livestock (other than horses) are housed or fed, or where livestock feeds are stored. Do not contaminate water, feed or foodstuffs, milk or milking utensils. Do not repeat treatment more than once every day.
In the last 53 years,Farnam has grown from a small mail-order business to one of the mostwidely recognized names in the animal health care industry. The Horseproducts category has grown so successfully over the years, thatFarnam is today the largest marketer of equine products in the country.Farnam Horse Products now sells its products to distributors and massmerchants in the United States, Puerto Rico, and several foreign countriesincluding Canada, countries in Central and South America, Europe andthe Middle and Far East.
Farnam's Horse Products serves both the pleasure horseand performance horse markets. Farnam equine products are soldto distributors, mass merchants, and mail order catalogs whoeither sell to retailers or directly to horse owners. Productsinclude fly control, nutritional supplements, hoof and legcare, grooming, wound treatments, leather care and stable supplies.