Shield

$51.00 - $133.00

SHIELD

aids in the control of synthetic Pyrethroid susceptible nuisance flies and biting insects and an aid in the control of Queensland itch on horses. As a unique “pour-on” for horses, SHIELD not only repels flies, it lasts longer than sprays and is also easier to apply.
Simply pour it along the backline as per the directions.

SHIELD controls the following biting insects:

Domestic & Bush Flies, Stable Fly, Biting Midges, Buffalo Fly, Mosquitoes.

For the control of Queensland Itch, treatment should start at the beginning of the season by applying once weekly (or more frequently as required – no more than twice weekly).
A few horses, particularly those of the fine-skinned Arab type, may react when treated with SHIELD for the first time.  In these cases, a small patch test is recommended as per the directions.
The efficacy of SHIELD may be influenced by rain and activities such as rugging, brushing or washing.  For best results allow 12-24 hours for SHIELD to dry before exposing your horse to these activities.

The “Spot on” for horses — Easy to apply
Cheaper per application than sprays and wipes


• A 250mL bottle will treat 1875 Kilo’s of bodyweight (approx. 6 x 500Kg horses)
• A 1Litre bottle will treat 7500 Kilo’s of bodyweight (approx 24 x 500Kg horses)

SHIELD is non-flammable, unlike sprays, and therefore won’t sting the horse on application.

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PURCHASE ACCEPTANCE

Please Note: *CUSTOMER SELF DECLARATION* By purchasing any prescription product from the SEG Online store, you acknowledge and agree the following is true and accurate.

  1. I confirm that my horse was examined by a Scone Equine Group veterinarian who prescribed this medication for use in the horse’s treatment on the basis of their diagnosis of the horse’s condition.
  2. By confirming this order, I agree to use this prescription medication in the manner prescribed, on horses under my care and for which I have the authority to act under veterinary direction.
  3. I have read and understood that I need to seek immediate veterinary advice if my horse’s condition changes or deteriorates in any way whilst being treated with this prescription medication.


NB: If there is a particular prescription product you need which is not on this list, please contact your SEH veterinarian directly.