Fly control that meets your horse’s needs

Jul 27, 2020


Fly control protection should not be approached as one-size fits all.

Manna Pro® Force® offers fly control solutions that meet your horses’ needs and through a variety of product features and benefits, your pest control issues can be fully customized. From everyday utility to premium sweat-resistant repellency to all-natural protection, Manna Pro Force fly control has protection to fit every rider’s individual needs. Horse owners know they can rely on Force fly control products to deliver the protection they need from unwanted pests. Force provides the power and strength to repel and destroy flies, insects, and other pests, so that you can do the things you love doing with your horse.
 
Pro-Force® offers the fly protection riders expect at a great value. It provides rapid knockdown, kill, and repellency for up to 14 days, so you have peace of mind knowing your horse has the protection they need. This water-based formula kills a broad spectrum of insects, including horse flies, stable flies, face flies, horn flies, deer flies, gnats, and mosquitoes. Pro-Force is safe to use on horses, ponies, dogs, and as a premise spray to protect your barn and stalls. From sprays to fly masks to spot-ons, Pro-Force has everything you need to protect your horses from flies and insects at a great value.
 
Want more information on Manna Pro® Force®? Contact your local Co-op today!
 
 

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