Fly-Die

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  1. OrangeLexus

    OrangeLexus Senior Member

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    A friend found this stuff in her garage-It's called "Prozap's Fly Die" it says it is for cattle and it is used for "fog or spray" it smells really strong almost like paint thinner. Has anyone ever heard of it? how do you use it? Im nervous to use it around their stalls because it smells so strong I wouldn't spray them with it-it's too strong. It has front label but no directions...The only one I could find online was a equine spray and that is not what this bottle is-It is actually a gallon and for cattle.

    Thanks!
    Taylor
     






  2. Owned_by_Ivan

    Owned_by_Ivan Senior Member+

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    Yeah the stuff is very strong. You have to be very careful when using it around horses, some say you shouldnt. A friend used to use it, don't remember how
     
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    OrangeLexus Senior Member

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    Yeah I found that label but it isn't the same as what I have-mine is a fog or spray that is just the spray-on I think mine is a lot stronger...
     
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    That one is also a spray on

     
  6. OrangeLexus

    OrangeLexus Senior Member

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    hmm maybe I will just spray it around the stalls-probably wont do much but it's better than going to waste.
     
  7. meljean

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    If this is old, there is a chance the chemicals have changed over the time period.

    I would be leery of using it, as could make the horses want to lick the wood, or walls. Best thing to me, would be to get rid of it, especially since it doesn't say can be used on horses.

    And dispose of properly too, not down drain or near drinking water.
     






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