Practicing good fly control around the barn will make your horse happier and healthier. By Melanie Wallace for EQUUS Magazine.
Fly masks protect horses from more than just bugs. They also prevent eye injuries and sunburns.
What you don’t know about this essential equine apparel can affect its fly-control performance—and your horse’s comfort.
The Added Benefits of Fly Protection for your Horse’s Legs
Does your fly sheet do all that it could?
We all know fly masks protect against flies. It’s in the name, right? But nowadays they can do a lot more.
Six secrets that the manufacturers don't always tell you
Use these tips for maximum effectiveness from your horse's insect repellent
Tips for helping a spray-shy mare stand still.
This Season, Make Sure You Have the Right Solutions
From Basic Manure Management to Advanced Fly Control in 7 Easy Steps
More Fly Know-How Can Mean Happier Horses
Understanding the Impact of Today's Fly Spray Products
Protecting your horse's legs against flies could prevent more than just bites.
A professional advises on how to identify biting flies and protect your horse from them.
Here’s a rundown of the ways you can curb the insects that pester your horse.
Flies are inevitable during the summer, but there are preemptive steps to take to limit the nuisance at your farm.
During a hot, buggy summer, sponges and fly-spray bottles get a lot of use. Here are a few tips for making these items last the entire season.
Tips for using fly masks to protect your horse's face from flies and gnats.
Fly sprays and wraps are great, but your horse also has several innate methods of dealing with flies. Here's how you can help him get the most from his instinctive fly-control strategies.