Hawkins Organic: 'Buck Off' Fly Gel
WHY WE LOVE IT
Buck Off Fly Spray was one of our favourite fly repellents last summer and this year, we've ordered the gel version for all of those 'hard to reach' areas and bit that need a bit more coverage such as the face and sheath area.
You won't go far wrong with this fly repellent. It keeps the bugs away all day, as well as being kind to your horses skin and the environment!
We first tried this in the depths of the hot 2018 summer and were not disappointed. Unlike chemical-based repellents, 'Buck Off' smells deliciously fresh and leaves no sticky residues or stripey marks on your horses coat.
You only need to see our reviews on Facebook to see how popular 'Buck off' fly spray is and now we have developed a gel formula to our anti fly prevention.
Endorsed by Alex Hardwick, Caroline Powell, Jenny Rudall and Georgie Crumley to name a few riders who are delighted.
This is great for use around the areas that are difficult to spray. Now you can apply the 'Buck Off' gel around the eyes, ears nose and other regions knowing that that horse can spend the summer days grazing and not get annoyed by flies, midges and other flying insects. Also ideal for using in target areas such as around sarcoids, wounds etc.
Containing natural herbs and lemongrass extract.
HOW TO USE
We recommend you use a cloth/sponge to apply to the face. However our new 'Buck off Gel' has been created to work well on faces and target areas.
Apply as required. Suitable for regular use throughout the day if required when flies are in abundance.
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