With so many fly sprays and insect repellents on the market, it can be difficult to know which to choose. Much like perfumes on humans that will react and smell slightly differently from person to person, the effectiveness of fly repellents can often vary from horse to horse and it can be a case of trial and error to find an insect repellent that works best for you and your horse.
Here we take a look at the most common active ingredients found in equine fly repellents.
At Millbry Hill we’re always keen to stock the newest and most innovative products for you and your pets. From the latest gadgets for yard and stable, to the tastiest new pet food recipes, to cutting edge health care for pet and equine, you will find it here first!
So with that in mind, here is a round up of our favourite Award Winning Products now in stock at Millbry Hill…
Dealing with “fussy eaters” and “picky feeders” is a problem familiar to many horse owners and can be frustrating when trying to provide the horse with a nutritionally balanced diet, particularly in those that are lacking in condition or have more advanced or specific nutritional needs. Continue reading
Chickens love treats just as much as we enjoy giving them. As with us, you will find your hens will soon find their favourites (and inevitably some treats they dislike!) and by providing your hens with a range of treats, you can help prevent boredom as well as providing variety in your hens’ diet.
Recent rule changes from British Eventing and Pony Club now make it possible to wear an Air Jacket without a traditional body protector underneath for certain disciplines and phases.