BUZZ OFF™ fly repellent is an effective gel and spray-on fly repellent for horses for protection against house flies.
Directions for use:
Shake well before use
It is recommended that rubber gloves are worn during application.
Brush animals to remove excess dirt and dust.
Apply to areas where flies accumulate, with special attention to legs, shoulders, shanks, neck and ears.
Can be sprayed or wiped on.
Dampen a sponge or a soft cloth with BUZZ OFF™
Rub over horse avoiding the eyes.
Repeat as necessary.
DO NOT SPRAY MIST AROUND THE HEAD OR EYES
Poisonous by contact, swallowing and inhalation.
Avoid direct contact with the eyes.
Do not use on broken skin or wounds.
If any irritation occurs, rinse thoroughly with water and discontinue use.
Toxic to bees, fish and reptiles.
Do not use on cats.
Keep out of reach of children and uninformed persons.
Although this remedy has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions, failure thereof may be a result of wide ranging causes. If this is suspected, seek veterinary advice and contact the registration holder.
BUZZ OFF™ contains
Essential herbal extracts.
Avoid inhaling spray mist.
Wash hands thoroughly after use.
Avoid contamination of food, food utensils, grazing, drinking water, rivers dams etc.
It is available in a 750 ml, 5 litre spray, and a 500 g gel.
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