HELPFUL TIPS FOR HORSES
Disclaimer: These tips have either been submitted  or compiled from
various sources.  We do not guarantee the accuracy or the effectiveness.
 End user needs to use his/her own judgment and discretion before
practicing or administering any tips contained herein.  If in doubt, ask an
equine professional such as your veterinarian.

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FLY SPRAY RECIPES
2 Cups white vinegar
1 Cup Avon Skin So Soft
1 Cup Water
1 T Eucalyptus Oil


Fly Repellant

1 Cup Vinegar
1 Cuo Baby Oil
1/4 Cup Original Pinesol
1 T Dish Detergent
1 T Skin So Soft
1 Cup Water

Fly Repellant

1 Cup Water
1 Cup Skin So Soft
2 Cups Vinegar
1 T Eucalyptus Oil
Optional: 2 T Citronella Oil

Shake well, Spray on Horse,
Human or dog.


Quick Fly Spray

18 Oz White Vinegar
2 T Dish Detergent
Mix in Spray Bottle.
You may add water to dilute.


Best Fly Repellant

Shaklee Basic H.
Spray areas where flies breed
or congregate, once misted
they can't fly & will die.
Flies will not bother horses
sprayed with it.
Mix one part Basic H with 5- 7
parts water.
You can purchase off the
Shaklee website  for about $30
for a gallon.


Fly and Gnat Repellant

1 Part Pinesol
1 Part Water


Internal Fly Repellant

1/4 C Apple Cider Vinegar on
your horses grain once a day
or
mix 1 1/2 C Vinegar into 75
gallons of your horse's water
tub.
This raises the blood acid level
just enough to bother the flies.
It takes approx. a 7-8 days to
start seeing results.


Fly Repellant

Bounce Fabric Softener Sheets
Tie one to your horse's
headstall & one in your back
pocket to repel flies & gnats!


Fly Relief For the Barn
Area

Mix  3 Cups Water
1/4 Cup Sugar
1/4 C White Vinegar

Punch holes in lid & set in fly
infested area.
And it doesn't have that
'make ya gag' odor
the commercial
mixes have!
vet
own risk












Reminder
Consult your
vet
and use at your
own risk













Reminder
Consult your
vet
and use at your
own risk













Reminder
Consult your
vet
and use at your
own risk













Reminder
Consult your
vet
and use at your
own risk





I tried this one
today, still had
some flies, but it
had a big impact
on the gnats!
D :)






Reminder
Consult your
vet
and use at your
own risk
EQUINE
PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS
Put the horse against a
contrasting background.  For
example, light colored horse,
dark background.

Find an un-cluttered
background.

Unless you are a pro, don't
take pictures from the front,
most likely it will make your
horse's head look way big, and
his hind quarters small!
The String off the new
bale of hay?
Just grab an old string,
slide it under the string
on the bale & holding
one end in each hand
see-saw it back & forth
put pressure on it & it
'cuts' right thru!

showing me this; it's saved me a
lot of trips back to the house for a
knife or scissors