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I like that this is all natural. That's about it. Otherwise, it doesn't really seem to be doing anything. I've been using this, at the maximum dosage, for about 2 weeks now and have seen no decrease in the interest the flies pay to my poor little donkey. The dosage (1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon) is left entirely up to the purchaser to decide how much to give. There are no guidelines as to how much is appropriate for what size animal. I posted a question on Chewy regarding the dosage, but got no reply. Yes, it smells like garlic, of course it smells like garlic, that's the main ingredient. The smell doesn't bother me. My little donkey has garlic breath now, lol, but that's not a big deal. Would be even less of a big deal if the product actually worked.
Using this supplement, I saw a gradual decrease in flies over the summer. By feeding this to my horse, the manure killed flies and larvae and the garlic repelled the live flies. I felt safer feeding this because of the natural ingredients which didn't contain any chemicals.
My horse won't eat this stuff, and I don't blame him. Couldn't say if it works or not, since he won't eat it.....even over straight sweet feed. If you have a picky eater, just use garlic because this stuff is nasty smelling and can't taste any better than it smells.
Every year the flies eat up my donkey’s front legs. I have been giving him 5 Tbs of garlic powder twice daily. He loves it and will lick it all up. Little by little his legs are healing.
I don’t know if I got what I ordered. It wasn’t in a bucket. It was in a little bag