Fly-RID Plus
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Fly-RID Plus

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Multi-Purpose Insect Control!

FlyRID Plus is a multi-purpose, multi-species insect control spray that provides powerful yet safe protection against harmful pests. This concentrated permethrin product is for use directly on animals (horses, dogs, goats, sheep, hogs, poultry, beef and dairy cattle), their premises (barns, stables, pet beds, porches, garages, etc.) as well as other indoor/outdoor applications.Ingredients: Permethrin-0.5%.


  • Multi-Purpose: For indoor and outdoor use.
  • Multi-Species: For use on Horses, Dogs, Goats, Sheep, Hogs, Poultry, Beef and Dairy Cattle.
  • Protects horses and livestock from: Horse flies, horn flies, face flies, house flies, stable flies, deer flies, mosquitoes, and gnats.
  • Controls fleas and ticks on dogs for 35 days.
  • Controls adult and larvae stages of fleas and ticks.
  • Great for barns, stables, and other premises: Controls ticks, which may carry lyme disease (deer tick, lone star tick, brown dog tick, American dog tick, and Western black legged tick).
  • Provides 60-day control of cockroaches, spiders, ants, crickets, scorpions, millipedes, and centipedes.
  • Ready-to-use.
  • Convenient, easy-grip bottle.
  • Powerful protection that's safe, effective, and economical.

32 oz. spray bottle.

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Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents
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