BOT FLY EGGS ON HORSES AND HOW TO REMOVE THEM



Bot fly eggs are the tiny white or yellow flecks you’ll see on your horses’ legs in the late Summer early Fall.

Here we talk about the life cycle of the bot fly, how to prevent them from reproducing and what to do if you find them.

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