Farnam Offers Help With Fly Control Management Guide

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Farnam Offers Help With A Free* Fly Control Management Guide
PHOENIX – June 9, 2009 – Why do we fight flies?  It is undeniably true that flies are annoying both to us and to our horses.  But did you know that flies and other biting insects pose a major health risk to your horse and you. Flies may carry a number of dangerous diseases that become more of a problem as fly populations increase.  

       Let Farnam show you how to keep your horse comfortable this summer with the new Fly Control Management Guide.  

       The guide explains several simple, smart strategies for effective fly fighting.  To begin with – start your fly control program early to keep fly populations down all season.   

       Ultimately, the goal is to keep flies off your horse.  You can spray it on, roll it on, wipe it on, or use a combination of techniques – this guide discusses several products for use on your horse to aid in accomplishing this goal.

·                 The guide also introduces information about the only feed-thru fly control product granted reduced-risk status by the EPA that is proven 97-100% effective for inhibiting the development of adult house and stable flies in the manure of treated horses**.

       Treating both indoor and outdoor areas will go a long way in keeping the flies away from your horse and you.  Do you know all your options?  The guide contains information about products you may not be familiar with.  

       Fly control management tips to keep the area clean and eliminate fly breeding material are also included in the free* guide.

       “Horse owners have trusted Farnam® fly control products for more than 50 years to help protect their horses from flies, gnats, mosquitoes and ticks,” said Martha Lefebvre, marketing manager, Farnam Horse Products.  “Farnam is known for providing effective fly control that helps eliminate flies on all fronts and at all stages of the fly life cycle.  The new Fly Control Management Guide explains how to make the best use of these products to achieve the desired result.”  

       The Fly Control Management Guide is available* from participating feed and tack stores, retailer open houses and events and major equine tradeshows.  It is also available on the www.farnamhorse.com <http://www.farnamhorse.com/> web site under the Promotions tab.  While on the web site be sure to click on the Coupons tab for money saving coupons on our most popular fly control products.

       Farnam® fly control products are the official fly control products of the American Quarter Horse Association and the United States Equestrian Federation. 

Farnam Companies, Inc.
Over the past six decades, Farnam Companies, Inc., has grown to one of the most widely recognized names in the animal health products industry and has become one of the largest marketers of equine products in the country. No one knows horses better than Farnam. That’s why no one offers a more complete selection of horse care products. Farnam’s Horse Products serve both the pleasure horse and the performance horse markets with products for fly control, hoof and leg care, grooming, wound treatment, leather care supplies, plus feed and nutritional supplements. For information about Farnam® Horse Products in the U.S. call toll free at (800) 234-2269 or visit www.farnamhorse.com <http://www.farnamhorse.com/> .

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