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Even though this product is supposed to repel flies, I haven't found it works much toward that end. BUT, I have not found one tick on my girl this year. In years past, I've only found maybe one or two and sometimes they are attached but dead. I start adding this to her feed in March and continue until September. Now, if they could concoct something that truly repels flies, I will give it 5+ stars.
My horse was battling flies until BugLyte was added to his feed, per the label instructions. Now he seems to be doing much better and happier.
Drastically reduced the amount of flies in our barn. Was intended to keep bugs off of sensitive horses, those horses still appear to be getting hives but not nearly as many. Has helped with sweet itch in combination with other products.
Seems to be working, but it's not fly season yet. Took her a bit to get used to the smell.
We live in Florida. In the rainy summers the mosquitoes will carry you away. I went out to the barn one evening and noticed that other horses in the pasture where I board looked like they had a blanket of mosquitoes! Mine only had a few on them. The only difference was that I was feeding BugLyte. It only takes a tiny bit to see a difference in the mosquitoes. I can’t say it helps with flies or horse flies as I haven’t seen a difference in the amount that pester my ponies but I will continue to use it for mosquitoes!
You have to feed it twice a day making this a very expensive option. I discovered that a zebra striped day sheet works even better.
I started with less than a quarter of the recommended dose and they still won't eat it. I can't use sweet feed because of diet restrictions. If I could add something like molasses it might disguise the smell or taste but that is not an option for me.
My horses don’t like it and don’t touch it after that I heart from others that some got colic sign symptoms , so I won’t buy this anymore
I noticed a huge difference this past summer when I put my horses on Buglyte. In previous years I used the sprays and the fly predators. I love the natural approach, but it just became too expensive. So I thought I’d give this product a try. What a reward! Literally only had 1 tick on each horse all year! It’s been amazing! I bought a friend a bucket for his birthday. (We both know the benefits of garlic, a key ingredient, and I liked the added gut support, too.) My friend is as happy with Buglyte as I am! In fact, he said he has never seen his minis so active and healthy as they are now on this product, and he has become a Chewy Customer, too! Also, many thanks for the great prices because we have to save wherever we can!
IT WORKS!! We give this to our 3 equine and I believed it made a big difference but honestly it is hard to tell when comparing to prior years. We start it early and have given it for years now. Then last year we kept my moms horse while she was out of town. Her horse was not on it and the flies seemed to come from nowhere and swarmed around her while leaving ours alone. I felt bad for her but it wasn’t intentional. We combine this with the feed through type and have a few fans. Flies are NOT a problem. We do have some to deal with but most move on to a different farm. We also two fatties in a dry lot which make manure management more challenging. And, the horses love the taste. The burrow is just ok with it but he is picky.