An oral, chemical-free feed supplement for natural insect control in horses, cattle, alpacas, sheep and goats. Helps reduce fly problems and enhance the animal's coat.
Promotes and maintains healthy skin and coat from inside out using brewers yeast, thiamine monohydrate, garlic and ground dried grape seed pomace. Also uses diatomaceous earth, which passes through manure, naturally interrupting the fly reproduction cycle. The addition of Alltech Lacto-Sacc probiotics helps create a healthy gut environment. Non-toxic; all-natural ingredients.
Directions: Horses/Cattle at 1,000 lbs body wt - top-dress 1 scoop daily for 2-3 weeks, then maintain at 1/2 scoop daily. For difficult situations up to 4 scoops may be given daily. Sheep/Goats - top-dress 1/2 scoop daily. 1 oz scoop enclosed.
2 lbs = 2 months supply at maintenance level.
Satisfaction guaranteed: see a difference in 2 weeks or your money back!
If you've been disappointed by garlic, you'll love this!
Bug Check works from the inside out fortifying the skin and gut to make the horse more overall resistant. Just a small amount each day on the feed will significantly reduce the fly population, and is great for repelling mosquitoes, ticks and other biting insects too! Bug Check is also great for boarding horses - because unlike chemical feed-throughs it will work regardless of whether or not all horses are on it.
Grape Seed Meal:
Naturally fortifies and protects the skin from the sun and from insect bites. Super potent antioxidant. Helps prevent allergies, coughs, colic and so much more! Adds that show coat shine. Grape seed has been shown to be a natural antihistamine as well.
As early as 5000 B.C. the Egyptians noted the use of garlic, especially during the Nile Delta flood season when infestations of flies and mosquitoes were at their worst. Considered by many as nature's natural antibiotic. A great source of sulfur.
Internal and external parasite deterrent.
Clinically shown to repel mosquitoes, nourishes the nervous system and calms if needed.
Supports the gut helping to make the body more overall resistant.