Thursday, April 8, 2010

Sharing a Good Thing

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If you order, use the order code TRYFREE.

Give it a shot — it's free!

Although it's early in the season, I'm already a satisfied Arbico customer. I can't speak highly enough about their customer service. The day after I spread my first shipment, a freak snowstorm came through. I called and asked if the critters would make it. She said probably not and they sent me another shipment at no charge. If you call them, you talk to a real person. If you email them, they answer quickly.

Please note: I am not affiliated with Arbico Organics in any way and I receive no compensation of any sort.

8 comments:

JeniQ said...

Oh my THANK YOU!!!! Just ordered my trial ! Do you know if it works for dogs too?

Breathe said...

I just did this too, for our barn owner. I love these things, they really work.

Paint Girl said...

We are going on our second year of fly predators. They really do work until the worst of fly season. But I didn't have to use fly masks or sheets on the horses until August. I usually have to use them starting in June. I should be getting my first order this month!!

Leah Fry said...

JeniQ, it works on anything that poops outside. Flies breed in the poop and the critters feast on the developing fly larvae. Works around compost heaps too.

JeniQ said...

hmmm...Dual purpose then.. barn (shhhhh) and dog kennels!

Crystal said...

awww Im so sad, it wouldnt let me order from Canada, and I wanted to try them out too. Maybe Ill have to call.

C-ingspots said...

We used the fly predators for the first time ever last year. They work great!!! We ordered the size for 5 animals and then had my friend and her 3 horses at our place all season...still worked. So, this summer we really should see a big difference. Ours are from a different company, but I'm sure the bugs are the same. Have a good weekend!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Sounds great!
(knock on wood), but our fly season is sparse and short...maybe lasting 1-2 weeks, so I've not felt the need to do anything major to get rid of them yet.

But if that changes, I'll know who to contact! Thanks :)


~Lisa

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