If you want to know how to make extra $$$, search for: Mrdalekjd methods for $$$. The Absorbine Ultrashield EX brand Horse fly spray is one of the most potent fly repellents on the market. We have a back yard steer ,houdini . Well, there's no way to know, but it does not dissolve into oils, only water and alcohol. Hi again! Apply to the animals frequently (give it a good shake before applying). My poor horses are welted! Keep it a slight distance from where your back door is because it will have a scent. If you rotate pasture so that your cow is in one pasture that is then followed by your chicken being on that pasture, with a cow moving to a new pasture. The above ingredients totals: $4.46 for 24oz or $0.18/oz. Thank you for this! I just don’t feel good about doing that anymore. That’s almost a FIFTH of the price. Ive trying to spray away from the grass they eat too, or is it such a small bit soap that it wouldn’t hurt them? I have never had EO eat through plastic but it is better not to use it cuz the toxins in the plastic can be pulled out into the oil. Don’t know why that struck me so funny – I immediately pictured this big fat chicken waddling around the pasture! Where do you get Lemon balm?? Like Terrashield oil blend. “When I’m milking my cow” Is that a euphemism? We liked the water based formula best, and after diluting it, put it in a pump sprayer. Pour all ingredients into a plastic bottle and top off the bottle with water. It works for barns, horses, goats, and any animal. Do you use plastic or glass container?? there’s no way 4 cups vinegar AND 4 cups of water will fit into a standard size spray bottle. This spray could kill a dog because of the rosemary in it. Jill: I have tried many different recipes for fly spray, and find that adding some mineral oil may keep the ingredients on the animal longer, as well as provide moisturizing. But I'm not sure if that’s helpful in a fly spray for horses. … DIY and Crafts. We just started getting flies a couple of days ago and my poor Jersey girl is getting raw spots on her underbelly already. Nothing I’ve found works better. Don’t do that trick…it doesn’t work very well. So, today I am going to add to it. Here last week, a friend of mine handed me the empty marked spray bottle that I had laying around but to my surprise it was full. It is a tea tree oil. I will have to try this one out on our little goat and my horse! The flies go up into the jar and can’t get out. So I started experimenting with homemade fly spray recipes. When I think of it, I put a little in the chicken feeder. I use it for my dogs and read that it deters or reduces flies population because they can’t lay eggs in the stools. I just think the raw goodness packs an extra punch. I found a 15mL bottle (so makes 3 recipes) for $4.39, making it about $1.46 a recipe. In fact my made comes running to me when I grab the bottle. The ingredients of the commercial spray mentioned above are as follows: As you can see, we chose very similar ingredients. 4 cups apple cider vinegar 1 tsp dish soap (we had Dawn in the house and that’s more concentrated so I used less) 10 drops rosemary oil 15 drops basil oil 15 drops peppermint oil 10 drops lemongrass oil 20 drops lavender oil 5 drops clove bud oil. There is a commercial product called Cedarcide, and I have used it on my cats for years for fleas. I’ve used fly predator wasps for fly control for several years. You said this spray “smells strong..whew”…would you say it’s suitable to spray on ourselves as a repellant, or is the smell too powerful? Do you happen to have the label of what’s in it. The product is known to last up to 17 days per use, and it’s so concentrated that you need only about a 2 Oz per use. Homemade fly spray for horses is still cheaper and it works just as well. Also sprinkle it on the manure pile to help with killing flies and larva as well. Cut lawns regularly and in summer flies are horrendous. I use a fan too when milking my goat – it helps both of us – I turn it on as high as it can go. But, to answer your question, I have searched the web, and I found this recipe for homemade fly spray: 1 cup vinegar . Worked well! Homemade fly sprays can be an effective alternative to manufactured fly repellents for your horse. If you do decide to go the homemade route, here are a few thoughts when it comes to being the chef: You can relax knowing that it’s made with natural and safe ingredients instead of unknown chemicals. There are some you can use and some you can’t. We went back out five hours later to see where the flies were at. Start by buying several fresh cloves of garlic at the local grocery store. Planning to make this today to use in the kitchen. Hope all goes well with others. I’ve been researching something I can use on him when I go visit that will give him relief and you’re recipe has been the best I’ve found and I can’t wait to use it. So I never wrote it down. Lovely. I’ve heard we are supposed to have a record high mosquito pop. Hard to see, but Rarity had flies all over her face, and her tail was swishing constantly, Arwen, on the other hand, had no flies on her face and was only occasional swishing her tail. I have an organic farm and would buy this, but without an ingredient list, I just can’t do it. It caught a few, but not as many as I’d hoped. Make sure it is FOOD GRADE only—the other kind is toxic. I sprayed all over my horses where just seconds prior their legs, face, and body were covered..now I only saw maybe two willing to hack the mixture. He had in the bottle a mixture of garlic powder (not salt) and water. It shows the value of the copper. Any one looking for Melaluka Oil you can find it at Walmart or any drugstore. Last year, I used a leading brand’s all-natural fly spray in the bright green bottle….to the tune of $26.99 a pop! I am not on a farm but have a huge mosquitoe problem. Of course, the typical solution is to use hardcore chemicals and sprays to drive the flies away. I carry a fly swatter and whack the flies. Water is practically free, so I didn’t include a price for that in my ingredients. Definitely trying this for the poor cows and horses!! Director Ashley Avis Of Disney+'s New Black Beauty Film Talks With iHeartHorses, Study Shows Horses Understand Our Intentions, Do Blanketed Horses Eat Less? If you add that to your spray, it would increase the price to $0.25 an ounce. Have you tried Fly Predators? Will that not work on animals? I add it to the goat’s feed, and for the dogs I mix a little in with some raw hamburger. Ack! Great blog…I’ve been reading off and on all day! Remember that flies work in different ways - some hunt by sight, some by smell. It should work just fine. When I originally posted this recipe, I wasn’t into essential oils yet. And then I measured the apple cider vinegar and added to the measuring cup the essentials oils. How about adding a small amount of mineral oil to help the spray stick to the coat longer. I have been experimenting with DE, actually. 1982 is when my dad said the government stopped making copper pennies. It is a known cancer causing agent. I don’t use homemade fly spray on my chickens, BUT, I do a variety of things to, Want to reduce the flies around your homestead? Any suggestions for other oils to add to the TerraShield or do you think it is enough by itself for the livestock? A lot. I need to make more and I’m nearly out… Thank you! But now I’m addicted to them, so you can bet I’ll be adding lots to my concoctions this year! It’s not cheap, but it’s very concentrated and works so well it was worth the price for us. Have fun experimenting. This is a wonderful natural fly spray that will help prevent flies around your homestead and while you work with your livestock. I will definitely be using it during my milking routine and on my horses and goats, too. 1 Tablespoon of Eucalyptus oil: 2 cups of apple cider vinegar (This really cool mason jar lid sprayer cap would do the job!). After using different variations of these primary ingredients, we found the following recipe to be the best in its effectiveness and simplicity. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. You can wipe it around their ears, though. Plus, the donkeys seem to like it much better, it causes less skin irritation, and (bonus points) they smell wonderful! I’m going to try the lavender oil and the cloves stuck in apples (like the Christmas clove & oranges) when I go up to dog & horse sit at my friend’s 44 acres this weekend – the flies drive me crazy up there. Both my husband and I were AMAZED at the difference in the fly population! Thanks for the laugh. Could you please send me your original recipe from last year? (The young steer did was too nervous I think it’s working. I have wiped this fly killer mix over my kitchen counter and the flies immediately left, so I know it is very effective. I don’t have spanish sage, so I can’t say for sure-but it might be worth a try. I would also try adding Tea Tree oil and Lavender oil to the mix…bugs don’t like either and it would smell good too! We started using DE and even with three cows we have had zero flies. I use them on mine and haven’t killed one yet. Mine sure works for fruit flies and its not expensive either. 2 cups of white vinegar. IT DID WORK FOR ME! Jun 19, 2019 - Explore Cynthia Livingston's board "Homemade horse fly spray" on Pinterest. I would like to grow n try it if it works…. I usually buy either the Bronco or the Marigold fly spray from Absorbine. Jill just would like you to know that rosemary oil is toxic when ingested and im guessing when the cows lick themselves they are ingesting the rosemary. Hi Tracy, yes– DE will kill off the “good guys” too, so use it with caution! https://www.mydoterra.com/pegazus/#/. Thank you! and is this safe to spray on horses face? Anyway, the link for the 55 gallon drum fly trap is here if you read this and you haven’t tried it already. Guess what – Holy Cow It Worked! I bet we could hang them so they would dust the cows backs as they come out of the parlor. Ingredients: vinegar, citronella, Dettol or … Please be very careful with the essential oils you use and how much you use. Right. Wasn’t sure because of the dish soap mixed in. Diamond (my goat) will stand in front of it when she gets the chance. Is this fly spray safe for repelling flies on teats? Research and know the effects of what you use. […], […] Tutorial/Recipe: theprairiehomestead […], […] Fly Spray – One fly isn’t so bad. Seems pretty cool to me although I’ve never tried it. Make a hole on top and place a glass jar over it. To avoid harsh chemicals, try this easy spray! The downfall is that its been a week now and somehow I’d swear that the flies are becoming tolerant of the mixture. I use bug off garlic from springtime for my horses and it works great as long as you are giving it to them regularly. But now you’ve changed your recipe, and this one doesn’t work for me. And be careful, it smells strong. Thanks. Our big bull allowed me to spray him with your recipe today. https://www.reformationacres.com/2018/12/the-best-homemade-fly-spray.html Try implementing these, 2 tablespoons liquid oil (olive oil, canola oil, or mineral oil will work). it kills tons. The small amount of essential oils? I put him to work choosing oils that are safe and effective. This year I have slacked off on it ( since I am pregnant and they are pasture fed mostly) so I have had to also use EO fly spray. Nope- never noticed funny tasting milk with this recipe. This works because it makes the area around the bag seem like it is real busy to them. Im not sure about flies. They work best by using a simple piece of plastic pipe with multiple 1/8” hole drilled in the side and a cap on each end. We had flies ALL over our enclosed back porch, tried putting pennies in water in a zippie…hung them up where the sun could shine on them…nothing…nada…zip…flies did not go away. https://www.equinetheory.com/homemade-fly-repellent-for-horses That does look handy. Poor cow can’t stand still very long with all those flies biting her. We found that Crystal Creek’s No-Fly (http://www.crystalcreeknatural.com/animal_products/nof.html) is AMAZING. The donkeys hated me putting the old fly spray on them – they would avoid me and roll immediately after, rendering the spray largely ineffective. I always had that problem with the chemical stuff it’s like it soaked in and passed through the milk yuck! Might be worth trying again, though! What’s that? Here are 20+ recipes to keep the bugs from biting. I wear a paper mask when initially applying it. I don’t know what the difference is or how it works but for us, we swear by it!! Now, I did find this bran online for $18.99, but that still makes it $0.59 an ounce, plus shipping. While they sorta worked, I wasn’t super impressed with any of them. I would like this recipe, as we have beef cows. I love my readers. I almost killed my dog by using a salve that contained rosemerry and tea tree oil on a rash. I poured the water in first. I ditto the DE (diatomaceous earth). It’s not so bad since we’ve started machine milking, but still she’s covered in flies when she comes in, and at times her teats are so sore and even bloody from fly bites. Hi curious if this is OK to spray directly on the goats? Oooh… fat and banana peels- never thought of that! He loves it when I brush him but the bugs bother him so bad that big man swings those horns around so fast it can be dangerous. Around the yard, it was on Paul Harvey years ago. I’m mixing up some of this today. We use lavender oil on the hot spots our dogs get (they have double coats). Keeps mosquitoes and flies from biting you too! 'Internal' fly repellent have the effect of either causing the horse's body to secrete oils that will repel flies (garlic), or raise the pH (acidity level) of the horse's blood enough to put flies off from biting. Marnita: I am going to try your idea for the fat and banana peel traps. I put my pail between my feet and went to town. Or something more specific, depending on the insects you are dealing with. Thanks for the recipe! Educate yourself to protect your animals by going to Animal Aromatherapy (Safe Use) on FB. You win on all accounts. If you have ever used a Rosemary shampoo then sweated, it burns. I’ve been planning on using clove essential oil and water (or alcohol) – mix before each time I spray. Both my milk cows will definitely be appreciate of this remedy! Make sure your animal is parasite free first. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *, Copyright © 2020 I Heart Horses on the Foodie Pro Theme, How To Make Homemade Fly Spray For Horses That’s All Natural, « Horseback Riding On The Beach: 7 Safety Tips. So, what exactly am I paying for?? Simple Homemade Horse fly Spray. This is something you would leave out all the time and empty periodically. […], […] Apple Cider Vinegar and Essential Oils Spray – This easy to make spray is non-toxic and safe to use around animals and children, and best of all, keeps all sorts of flies away, including biting flies. It does work, although like you said, it doesn’t last more than a day. Apply to the animals frequently (give it a good shake before applying). A cold environment. See more ideas about fly spray, homemade horse fly spray, horse fly. I was wondering if it really worked. (Pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov). He has tested negative every time. 1 cup water . I have tried all of the marked fly sprays, and I have tried “diy” methods. I put another bag in the barn and it’s good for the entire Spring/Summer beginning of Fall season. I love the smell, and I use it when I go camping. Excited to try it out, thanks! Thanks! Paint it black. (There’d be nothing wrong with applying it topically, just might be hard to get them evenly covered.). Fed up with pricey fly sprays for your horse? They drive me crazy in the house. I too hate spraying the horses down because it gets all over me and I don’t want it on the baby :/. I’ve heard EO will eat through plastic but using higher quality plastic is ok? Since it’s about time to break out the spray again, I looked at the ingredients: 96 percent inert ingredients including water and glycerin? I get a stool check every 6 months to be sure. I am sure you could probably make your own mix with essential oils, but never tried it. To test it, we sprayed it on our mini mare, Arwen, and sprayed nothing on our other mare. It’s really a little ridiculous how much is. Everyone has such wonderful ideas. Yes– I did use TerraShield last year– about 20-30 drops in a quart of water. I use it on my animals as well as myself. I don’t know if this will work or not, but we get the “greenhead” flies and what we do around here is make a wood box with the bottom open and add legs. Jill, I used a variation on your recipe last year on our horse – started with yours, then experimented over the summer – and I thought I’d share. Mosquito – lavender, lemongrass. ~ does it take several application for it to really work? It […], […] a big priority for me. Here is a webshop to get these in pure quality. I have tried this…though I have to admit, I was very skeptical…. Try mixing witch hazel and basil,add some mineral or essential oil for longer duration. Oh try setting up a fan next to the stand seems a little silly I know but it really helps to keep the flys off my girls (not to mention they seem to appreciate the nice cool air- yeah my goats are spoiled lol). The sweets attract the flies but they can’t find their way out. I know it’s not quite as natural with the bath oil, but I’ve found that it gives the spray a little extra punch that really seems to make a difference for my boys! I have tired many homemade fly sprays too, but like you say, none as good as the conventional fly sprays. Jill, why not just do Terrashield in water? ~ or is it because he’s a bull and never bathed that it’s not working as well on him? But even with that, it’s waaay cheaper. I have noticed you don’t monetize your page, don’t waste your traffic, you can earn additional bucks every month because you’ve got hi quality content. When I was younger, I always thought “Well, that one wouldn’t be THAT bad…”, A few years ago, we had massive amounts of flies. I hate using the pour on insecticide (it kills flies that land on the cows) but it has to be getting in the blood stream as well–not cool. I’ll check again later. Experiment with the amount, too much will cause your sprayer to clog, not enough, and it is not oily enough to linger. Thank you, Jill. One has all vinegar and the other has half water. My family has a couple of gorgeous Jersey milk cows, and the flies can make milking miserable! If that doesn’t work I’ll track down some citronella oil. Thanks for sharing! I am going to add the dish soap and vinegar to the garlic. It works about 8 hours. Whenever I needed a new batch I’d just pull up this page and follow your proportions. The mixture is thick with the garlic powder where each spray fills my hand with tiny spots of garlic, but it doesn’t bother the horses. I have searched and can’t find any info. The essential oils aren’t poisonous so the calves should be okay with that. Your fly spray won't cover all of them. Following the cows with chickens is helpful. My brother used to have terrible ant problems. 1/4 cup original pinesol . Study Says Yes, Study Proves That Horses Can Understand Human Emotions, Horse Reacts To Donkey In The Funniest Way Possible, Optional: 1 tsp cedar wood oil (see comments below), Inert Ingredients...96.50% - water and glycerin, 1 ½ cups apple cider vinegar 32oz - $2.19 ($0.73 per recipe, makes 3 recipes), 1 tsp Eucalyptus oil 30mL - $5.99 ($0.99 per recipe, makes 6 recipes), 1 tsp Citronella oil 30mL- $10.49 ($1.75 per recipe, makes 6 recipes), 1 tsp Tea Tree oil 30mL - $5.99 ($0.99 per recipe, makes 6 recipes). Keeps him parasite free. Check the water level weekly or every couple of days if there is extreme heat. 1 cup Epson Salts 2 stale beers and 1 big bottle blue mouth rinse, mix and let set over night and spray It last for about 3 weeks. 3. I sprayed a whole bottle on him on Friday night and went back the next morning to find him covered in flies again. I kinda feel like a pro when it comes to natural fly control these days. If you don’t have these exact essential oils, no worries. this year in FL. Hope it works! Sorry. It definitely doesn’t kill them it is more of a nuisance. They eventually wear themselves out and drop to the bottom where they make their own stinky smell after awhile. Have a look at our homemade fly spray recipe and make your own! We’re butchering chickens in the morning and I’m hopeful to keep the flies down using this around the “whacking” area and the cutting table. Hi Jill, I visit a family that has horses, dogs and bunch of goats but my favorite is their bull. Essential oils are cat toxic. I put beer in mine, catches flys and wasps in the same trap. I’m not sure about the mosquitoes, but it would be worth a try! Beware of certain oils around eye and head area. This sounds wonderful, but please be careful. I like the idea of the DE dust bags. Interesting about the mineral oil! It was designed to combat over 70+ species of insect for an extended period. I did a wormer – got a stood check and give him 1 tbl in his morning meal mixed with a little water so it doesn’t go air born. And best of all, cheap!! I can’t remember exactly what I put in it. Essential Oils & homesteading go together like peanut butter & jelly. Let me know if you try the ice cream recipe. I never tried WD40 Jerry thanks for the suggestion. I appreciate having an option because I hate to see the flies swarming them in the heat! https://silverquine.com/how-to-make-homemade-horse-fly-spray Hi, we crush LEMON BALM leaves, stems and all, in our hands and rub it all over ourselves and our goats, cows, dogs, cats, pet chickens and turkeys. I have spilled some on the ground and it does keep ants away. I ended up with a whole quart. The idea is to put something good and stinky in the bottom that the flies will go after. Tried this recipe and though I’ve tried before with other essential oils it still did not work for us. I’ve got ya covered. ie. Hope this recipe works for you! I have heard of some folks raving about its use as a dewormer for internal parasites, but using it in that form won’t have any bearing on whether or not your horses repel flies. Ants – peppermint, spearmint. https://horserookie.com/best-horse-fly-sprays-brand-homemade Please advise. You can read about it at bulkherbstore.com (just search it)…for more information on it. Now the pennies made after are mainly zinc with a thin copper coating. Do your research first and use common sense. However, non food grade DE can cause many problems including cancer… This is very powdery stuff and be sure you do not breathe it in, Hi Joel, From the reading I’ve done, DE works by supposedly cutting up and drying out bugs- so there isn’t any chemical constituents in it that will repel flies. Explore. Leave a Comment. I hate all of the chemicals in regular bug spray. Spray the homemade fly spray on your horse twice daily or as needed. If she even hears the buzzing close she starts to twitch. I am making this tomorrow! I have donkeys, who seem to be more appealing to flies than any of my horses ever were. So, now you can stop using chemicals and go natural AND save yourself some money. Speaking of vinegar, if you have any glass quart-sized vinegar jars hanging around, often you can screw on a spray top for a cool glass spray bottle. Jun 19, 2017 - My homemade fly spray will kick your homemade fly sprays... well, you know. This easy and basic recipe is the most effective homemade fly spray that I've found. but it was cheap enough that I didn’t have anything to loose! The lady at the feed store says it is also a good dewormer for the horses which is why I originally bought it but it does not yet seem to affect the fly population. May just have to call the company. These oils–even if smelled–can cause serious liver damage or even KILL a cat! For humans use something that smells nice. In a spray bottle, good shake and ready to use. I hate the smell of vinegar and now I’m in a house with about 1 million flies I won’t buy it again, stairmastr, I will definitely be trying this! https://homeguides.sfgate.com/homemade-horsefly-repellent-81493.html And then get on me, and I get bit and swished by her tail, and the whole nine yards! ~ how long does the spray work? But we left out the unnecessary ingredients, such as sodium lauryl sulfur. I don’t want those chemicals floating anywhere near my lovely raw milk. Also, have you ever tried adding Diatomecuous Earth (DE) to their feed or whatever they might eat besides grass (not a livestock person)? This is easy! Mix together in a spray bottle. I hear that they hate the smell of cloves – the water or alcohol will evaporate and just leave the cloves. Also, my dad keeps all of his copper pennies and silver dimes, quarters, and nickels because he can trade them in for like 2-3 pennies per one copper penny. We really love them around here. Why is dish soap used in these recipes? Poor girls! People, PLEASE be careful when using essential oils of ALL kinds around cats. My neighbor had a similar problem with flies on dogs, but the problems of flies on horses is a particular one and when the summer fly infestation came around, it was getting to be a bigger […], […] Natural Fly Spray by The Prairie Homestead […], […] The Prairie Homestead suggests mixing four cups of vinegar with 20 drops rosemary essential oil, 20 drops basil essential oil, 20 drops peppermint essential oil, two tablespoons olive oil, and one tablespoon dish soap. We have cats, and we basically can’t have any indoor plants at all, because there are so few things that AREN’T toxic to cats. An easy way to protect your horse's legs. This is an awesome idea Liz– thanks for sharing the link! Tried the water in ziplock back as stand alone, didn’t work, put pennies in them, didn’t work, stuck led light beneath where they hung on window and though they lessened it still did not have desired effect. And I paid $2.99 for the reusable bottle. 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