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7/7/09 1:23 A

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No clue because I have no clue what that is. Does it work on people? If your horse won't have a bad reaction to it and it softens people's skin then I think it would work. Big thing to remember is just that it has to moisturize, but not kill the horse.

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7/6/09 3:27 P

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maybe corona cream???

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7/6/09 1:36 P

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I believe it is just a fly allergy so if it may vary between horses. I don't know though. You do not have to put war paint all over. You do strips in certain spots and that wards off the flies all over. I believe it is down the neck to the middle of the back down the haunch lines, one strip under the belly, and one strip under each eye. You can also do a strip down each leg. If it is just on the chest then you might just put two strips on her chest.

However, finding out it is her chest are you sure its bugs? My horse has an itchy chest, but it is do to dry skin, which can be irritated more by getting sweaty then having it dry. If this is the case hosing of her chest every other day and putting on a conditioner or Vaseline or something to treat dry skin may be needed.

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7/6/09 1:24 P

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wow! I would have to put it all over her! lol!

I notice her main area is her chest...which type of fly does that?

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7/3/09 9:50 A

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Have you ever heard of war paint? www.drugs.com/vet/war-paint-insectic
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This is a link to vet type info on it. I thought the info was good if you know what type of flies you're up against, which it probably is flies. My pony is allergic to flies and war paint takes care of it.

Here is a link to a page you can find it at www.qcsupply.com/qcsupply/browse/pro
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ctDetailWithPicker.jsp?productId=230R>437&categoryId=12479&fromPage=subcategory
. I simply googled 'War Paint Insecticidal Paste.'

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6/27/09 10:18 A

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what do I use for my mare's itchy reaction to bugs. I spray her...but she is still tore up.

Since I finally got the electric on the fence...thinking of putting them out at night only.

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