Manna Pro Natures Force Fly Spray 32 oz

Item# 94430
4.95
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Nature's Force Fly Spray by Manna Pro is an organic knockdown and kill pest protection that is safe around children and pets. Made form a patented blend of organic plant oil. No synthetic toxins or harmful residues. Kills and repels stable files, horse flies, deer flies, face flies, house flies, horn flies, mosquitoes, gnats, bot flies, ticks fleas and lice.

Product Details:

  • For use on horses, ponies and dogs
  • Natural fly repellant
  • 24 hour control
  • Safe around children and pets

Active Ingredients:
Clove Oil 1.7%
Thyme Oil 1.7%
Cinnamon Oil 1.5%
Lemongrass Oil 1.5%
Peppermint Oil 1.0% 

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.95

(based on 8 reviews)

By
September 13, 2019
5.05
"Works! And smells great if you like cloves. "
By
Orlando, FL
August 08, 2019
5.05
"Have used this for 3 years. My Walker is very allergic to chemical fly sprays (breaks out in welts!), but he does great with this. I use it on my elderly rescue minis as well. One of my new rescues has Equine asthma, and chemical fly sprays triggered coughing fits. I switched to Nature's Force for him. No coughs, and it seems to help him to breathe a bit better when I put it around his nostrils. I even use it as a bug spray for me, as I am allergic to chemical bug sprays. Love the stuff!!!"
By
July 05, 2019
5.05
"I'm not always into all natural etc etc...but when I tried my friend's bottle of Nature's Force, on a horse that was covered in flies at a show...I was hooked. This fly spray is amazing. "
By
February 22, 2019
5.05
"I absolutely love this fly spray. It smells good, works great and best of all, no pesticides. I've been using it for years now."
By
SC
August 09, 2018
5.05
"We use this on our mares with foals. It works. Wish it lasted longer than 24 hr. Some days not quite 24 hr. it seems. But it's safe for the nursing mares and their foals and works."