PROVIDES RELIEF FROM MOSQUITO, MIDGE & OTHER INSECT BITES FOR UP TO 8 HOURS
The Natural Insect Repellent Spray
This natural spray is specially formulated for horses, ponies and camelids (camels). It provides superior natural protection from troublesome biting flies and so can help to prevent the diseases they carry.
Fly-Repel is an essential horse care product for long lasting fly deterrence.
The natural ingredients allow safe use for both horse and rider.
Composition: purified water, citrepel 2.5%, tea tree oil, castor oil, lavender oil, cedarwood oil, xanthan gum, preservative.
H.S.E. No 8498 Statement: P-Methane-3.8-DIOL 1%W/W.
For use only as an insect repellent
Directions for use:
Apply directly to the skin with a cloth or sponge, avoiding the eye area. Before initial use, a skin test is recommended for each animal.
For animal an external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Store in safe place.
ANTIDOPING GUARANTEE CLARIFICATION
This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club
Equine America Message
Equine America are pleased to announce that we are certified members of the following Quality Assurance Schemes:
By complying with these externally audited schemes, we demonstrate our commitment to providing top quality equine feed for our customers.
What is UFAS & BETA NOPS?
To the consumer, UFAS accreditation means:
1. Full traceability of ingredients - from the packaged product right back to buying in the raw materials.
Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances (NOPS) can occur in feed or supplements as a result of a natural presence or inadvertent cross-contamination during processing. All substances classed as NOPS are included in a defined list and featured in the BETA NOPS quality assurance schemes. Companies audited under these schemes work to defined standards to help reduce the risk of feed contamination by NOPS. Companies signed up to the BETA NOPS scheme can make horse feed only on a dedicated non-medicated production line in order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination http://www.beta-uk.org/pages/feed-safety/beta-nops-scheme.php