May 23, 2013

Reduce Flies with Farm360 All-natural Enzyme Cleaner/Purifier


Today's giveaway is brought to you by the makers of Gro2Max Probiotics, BioNatural America Institute, Farm360 is an all-natural, cleaning and purifying solution for outdoor animal environments, ideal for farms, backyards, chicken coops, pens, stables, and pastures!  Use to clean housing and maintain a healthy, sustainable living environment wherever animals live. Farm360 helps decrease harmful ammonia, and reduces fly populations by eliminating organic attractants.

My chickens, turning the compost pile. 
How does it work?
Farm360 expedites the decomposition of organic waste, eliminating odors, NOT masking them. By breaking down organic waste, odor-causing compounds are eliminated, ammonia is neutralized, flies are reduced and the environment is healthier for chickens, pets and other farm animals.


How to use it:
One 3.5 oz. package of Farm360 mixes with water to make 20 gallons of spray, covering approximately 700 square feet. It can be mixed in smaller amounts according to package directions. Solution is distributed with a garden sprayer, spray bottle or plant waterer over areas where pets and other animals spend time.

Enter to win a 3.5 oz package of Farm360!

TO ENTER:
1. FOLLOW my blog by email, Google Friend Connect, RSS feed or NetworkedBlogs (all subscription options can be found in the upper, left-hand sidebar)
and
2. Comment below!
Giveaway ends 5/24/13, 11pm EST

Rather not wait to win a package? Farm360 can be purchased through Amazon.com


164 comments :

  1. I am expecting chicks in mid June and am currently getting everything ready. This will be by first time owning/raising chickens and am so excited! I would love to win!

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  2. Jenn Werner-Williams5/23/13, 3:40 PM

    We are going to have to try this. Last year the flies were so bad!!!

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  3. I would like to try this!

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  4. Patty Pierce5/23/13, 3:41 PM

    I would definitely like to try this out...Thanks! Hoping I win!

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  5. How cool is that! Do you use it with the deep litter method too?

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  6. thanks for the chance to win!! elisharhoades@gmail.com :)

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  7. Man, do I need that!! They are everywhere since the big rains!!

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  8. Diane Kremer Gray5/23/13, 3:43 PM

    would love to have this hope i can figure out the blog thing

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  9. I am expecting chicks to arrive in the mail mid-June. This will be my first time owning/raising chicken and couldn't be more excited! Your blog has helped me prepare so much for their arrival. I would love to win!

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  10. Carol Stockand5/23/13, 3:45 PM

    Thank you Kathy for continuing to provide us with great information!

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  11. Gwen Goodman5/23/13, 3:48 PM

    Could use the Farm 360. Could I also say I depend on your page for help when needed. Thanks..........

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  12. Raina Aiello5/23/13, 3:49 PM

    Great! I would love to try this!

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  13. Fascinating, I HATE flies....and not just a little..this sounds great! Thank you again for the enlightenment. .

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  14. Amanda Reed5/23/13, 3:50 PM

    Id like to give this a try. Anything to get rid of flies and that wondrous chicken coop smell ;)

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  15. Stephanie Munroe Bedard5/23/13, 3:52 PM

    I continue to enjoy your blog every day! Thank you sooo much!!

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  16. Eilene Corcoran5/23/13, 3:56 PM

    This would be very cool.. I only have 4 chickens, but they do make a mess!

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  17. thanks for sharing this info - we are new to all of this & love all that we are learning!

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  18. Sounds like a great product

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  19. This product sounds ideal for a chicken run!!

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  20. yes please amy.unsworth@hotmail.co.uk

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  21. bumblebee3d5/23/13, 4:04 PM

    I am a brand new chicken owner and love your blog!

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  22. Cynthia Vasiento5/23/13, 4:05 PM

    I would love to try this!!!

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  23. I really need this! The flies are beginning to multiply already.... Since i changed the shavings on the floor for sand, I've been having to rake very nearly every day...

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  24. This would be wonderful to have with my back yard flock of 20 chickens. I have been looking for a way to combat those nasty flies.

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  25. I follow you on facebook. I enjoy your photos and the information is extremely helpful! :)

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  26. I like this better than the microscopic wasp larvae idea...:)

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  27. Rhoda Baldon Yost5/23/13, 4:12 PM

    This sounds like something we need for our little flock. I enjoy reading the information you provide for helping our "ladies."

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  28. TheChickenChick5/23/13, 4:12 PM

    Thanks Shelley! If you'd like to enter the giveaway, please be sure to follow my blog too. Good luck!

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  29. wow! I never heard of this stuff. I need Farm360! please

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  30. TheChickenChick5/23/13, 4:14 PM

    What does that mean, Leslie? I have seen a dramatic decrease in flies in and around my coop since I began using sand, are you saying that you find there are more?
    Why are you raking the poop into the sand vs. scooping it out like kitty litter?

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  31. TheChickenChick5/23/13, 4:16 PM

    I do not personally use deep-litter, I use sand, however Farm306 can be used with the deep litter method and with sand.

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  32. Mattina Meagher5/23/13, 4:19 PM

    We follow you on facebook and your blog... your information is always so helpful. Thank you!

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  33. Melinda Vaikasiene5/23/13, 4:21 PM

    sounds like a great product to try1

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  34. Oh, Kathy, you find the best products! I am new to chicken keeping, and I didn't realize that there would be so many flies! I really need this product!

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  35. Deitra Smith5/23/13, 4:28 PM

    I'm so glad I'm not only one with a fly problem! Would love to try this!

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  36. Flies are the worst. I have tried so many different strategies, and would like to add this to my arsenal.

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  37. This sounds like a great addition to cleaning to keep the fly at a minimum. Thanks Kathy for yet another great tip!

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  38. Jackie Leavitt Graña5/23/13, 4:30 PM

    I would love to try this !!!

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  39. Sarah Marie Theriot5/23/13, 4:33 PM

    Never heard of this stuff before, I wonder if it works with misqutoes to, sure would be nice so my baby boy isn't getting bitten all the time.I might just have to buy some !!!!!

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  40. wolfpack925325/23/13, 4:34 PM

    Always love new educational stuff. Especially for all my animals!!! T-Ann - wolfpack92532

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  41. Sharon Church Puckett5/23/13, 4:42 PM

    I have never heard of this but would love to win this! Thanks for the give away!!!!

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  42. susan ladner5/23/13, 4:46 PM

    This stuff sounds great!! Would sure like to win it.

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  43. Dolly Sarrio5/23/13, 4:49 PM

    Well this seems to be an answer to an unwanted problem in the chicken yard. I would love to win and thanks!

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  44. Sarah Montgomery5/23/13, 4:50 PM

    I need to try Farm360

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  45. cathy becker5/23/13, 4:56 PM

    Def. something I need........Excited to learn about a new product....new to me !!!!!!

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  46. This would be great! Thank you for telling us about it! We are in TX so flies are not in short supply!

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  47. Shelly Ballard5/23/13, 5:03 PM

    Never heard this before b great info

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  48. Lynette Mattke5/23/13, 5:18 PM

    oh, I am very excited about this giveaway. I learn the best things on your blog!

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  49. Kim Vonderharr5/23/13, 5:19 PM

    Definitely sounds like something I could use for my flock!

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  50. Gwendolyn King5/23/13, 5:20 PM

    I'm guessing it's safe for the animals. I want some

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  51. Christy Lynn Jeans5/23/13, 5:20 PM

    I really need Farm360 glad I found your blog great help for my muddy chicks.

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  52. Barbara Long5/23/13, 5:20 PM

    I would love to try this - aromas are becoming stronger, no matter how tidy I am, now that temps are in the 90s here in SC

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  53. Looks interesting!

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  54. how cool... I read everything on having chickens before...having chickens and no one mentioned the amount of flies that would surround my yard, and my head, and my ears...ugggg hehe

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  55. Does anyone know if there's an equivalent product in the UK?

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  56. Darcy Salvadore5/23/13, 6:46 PM

    can I use this and put the droppings in the compost?

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  57. Barbara Rogers Buchanan5/23/13, 6:49 PM

    Oh, my ~ I would love to try this! It sounds amazing!

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  58. Sounds good to me! I am sure my neighbors with appreciate also!

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  59. Karen LaManna Barboza5/23/13, 7:26 PM

    I've never heard of it either..pretty dang cool. I'd love to try it!

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  60. Constance Griffin5/23/13, 7:51 PM

    That stuff sounds awesome! Flies are already a bother

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  61. Michele Gonczar5/23/13, 7:53 PM

    I would love to try Farm360 on my flock of chickens. I like that it is all natural!

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  62. LaDonna Martin5/23/13, 8:07 PM

    I would love to find something natural to control flies. Thanks for all the great information. I am new to the chicken world and love your blog. LaDonna

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  63. Maria Reaser5/23/13, 9:17 PM

    I have never heard of this, I am going to check the website.

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  64. Love to give it a try, thanks for the chance to win!

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  65. I follow you in Facebook and follow your blog! I need this for my 8 girls!!!

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  66. Thank you for letting us know about Farm360! Sounds like great stuff!!

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  67. Becky Wells Weliczko5/24/13, 9:48 AM

    I follow you! would love to try this product!

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  68. Candice Salter5/24/13, 9:49 AM

    Wow who knew? This is just what I need. The flies have been terrible lately with all the rain. I'm ordering some today but would be nice to win some too. Thanks.

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  69. I hadn't heard of this before but it looks wonderful. Very excited that you are doing this as a giveaway.

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  70. Sherri Loberg Senjem5/24/13, 10:23 AM

    very interesting, never knew there was such a thing thanks for the tips :D

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  71. angela barkley5/24/13, 10:24 AM

    I want to try this :)

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  72. Cindy Sherman Mooney5/24/13, 10:24 AM

    I never heard of it either, but we sure could use this!!!

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  73. Stephanie Anders5/24/13, 10:24 AM

    Never heard of it, checking into it! Thanks!

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  74. Samantha Boles5/24/13, 10:25 AM

    This would be great to have! Flies trying to bite the kiddos while we watch the chickens playing in the yard.

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  75. teri snowden5/24/13, 10:25 AM

    this would be a GREAT product to win. thank you for all your hard work

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  76. Maggie Noelke Hale5/24/13, 10:25 AM

    Oh my little ladies need this:)

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  77. Would love to try this. I am always so worried about using anything around my chickens.

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  78. S Summersell5/24/13, 10:28 AM

    Interesting product.

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  79. Shanna Lee Longino-Mackert5/24/13, 10:28 AM

    Ooooo! I want this!!!!

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  80. PeggyAnn Duckless5/24/13, 10:30 AM

    need some!!

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  81. Alyssa Blankenship5/24/13, 10:31 AM

    I just love your stuff an ideas!! Thankyou Chicken Chick!

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  82. Holly Pacheco5/24/13, 10:31 AM

    I hate the flies near my house! I am so happy you posted this! THANKS

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  83. Would love to win this, im sure my chickens would love it too!

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  84. My chicks aren't outside yet, but sounds like something that will be very useful! Thanks!

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  85. Lee Ann Lewin5/24/13, 10:35 AM

    This is pretty cool! We had bad flies last year do to the 2 chicks. Not good in this neighborhood. We sure could use this this year!

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  86. I would love to try this! The flies are the worst part of having chickens!

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  87. Primal Wannabe5/24/13, 10:37 AM

    You've done it again! Thanks for sharing such great, helpful products. I certainly will check this one out for sure.

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  88. Sorry if this double posts. Disqus gives me fits. My chix would appreciate this stuff and so would I.

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  89. I would love to win this! I hate Hate Hate flies!

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  90. Barbara Thorbjornsson5/24/13, 10:47 AM

    It would be neat to try.

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  91. TheChickenChick5/24/13, 10:50 AM

    Yes! You can spray the compost with the product to keep flies down and aid in decomposition of the organic matter too!

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  92. TheChickenChick5/24/13, 10:51 AM

    Yes!

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  93. I didn't know there was such a thing

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  94. Matt Wackerle Tatertott5/24/13, 10:56 AM

    Never tried this product before...would give it a shot.

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  95. Mary Gilbert5/24/13, 11:13 AM

    This is our first "warm weather" time with chickens (though, not so much right now...just rainy and icky!) Anyway, when I cleaned up the big girl's coop yesterday, I noticed the flies! NOT FUN! this would be great...

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  96. interesting product. would love to try it

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  97. Elizabeth Randolph5/24/13, 11:19 AM

    I'm now 'following' you but it's merely a formality. Having chickens for only 1 year, your site is like my chicken-keeping bible. I find myself seeking your advice almost daily! Here is yet another example of something I need but didn't even know existed.

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  98. Danielle Anderson5/24/13, 11:20 AM

    I love this! I am a microbiologist and always amazed by what bacteria can accomplish. Props to the makers of Farm360 for recognizing the power of "good" bacteria and putting them to use!

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  99. Sue Fragiacomo5/24/13, 11:20 AM

    Would love to win this!! I think my girls would love it too!! :-)

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  100. Donald Harvey5/24/13, 11:20 AM

    Please enter me. Thanks!

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  101. New Buff Momma5/24/13, 11:23 AM

    A newbie learning so much from your insightful post! Would love to win to start this journey off on the right foot!

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  102. Molly Plunkett5/24/13, 11:30 AM

    Wow, I could really use that powder! The flies were so bad the past two summers that all I could hear in the run was buzzing!

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  103. This looks like it would be neat to try, I would like to get rid of some of the smell!

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  104. I'd love to win this...it would be great at the stables where I ride too. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  105. I follow your blog via email!

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  106. I would lik,e to add this to my arsenal to control the waste.

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  107. Patricia Klonitsko5/24/13, 11:49 AM

    Thanks for everything that you do to help us all out with our chickens. :-)

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  108. Tricia Combee5/24/13, 12:01 PM

    Have not tried the Farm360 but would like to. I have tried everything for flies. My dad even got fish heads and put in the fly catcher containers! Caught lots of flies but you couldn't stand the smell!! Even the neighbors were complaining! I ended up with 2 ducks and they dothe job well. They will chase a fly all around the yard until they get it. Ducks make good fly trappers!!!

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  109. Nikki Ashley5/24/13, 12:58 PM

    Oh I would love to try this!

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  110. Garden Girl5/24/13, 2:07 PM

    Wow do we need this! I didn't know there was relief in site! Fingers crossed I am the lucky winner!

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  111. Kathy Earl Peterson5/24/13, 2:15 PM

    Sounds like I should try this stuff.

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  112. This product sounds really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway; I follow you by email :)

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  113. What a great idea! I love natural solutions.

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  114. This stuff looks awesome,I will defiantly be giving it a try. thanks for sharing!

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  115. Heather Gwah Lightbody5/24/13, 4:48 PM

    I'd love to try this out!

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  116. i surer would like to win and try this out.

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  117. Sue Steeves5/24/13, 5:51 PM

    I want to try it.....the flies are driving me crazy!

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  118. This looks great!

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  119. sabrinad12235/24/13, 6:53 PM

    Would like to try this. Our chickens and goats would greatly appreciate not having flies.

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  120. My hens would appreciate this! Thanks!

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  121. My farm could certainly use something like this. :)

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  122. I really appreciate your blog. I have learned so much, I am a newbie when it comes to raising chicks and I am enjoying them so much. I am looking forward to trying anything that can help my Orpingtons!!!!
    Thanks for all you do!

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  123. Sorry, didn't realize the picture would be so big!!!!

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  124. Now this would be an awesome product to try! A natural choice to reduce flies, ammonia, and just make a healthier environment for the flock. Sounds great! ;) TY for posting this. Tis the season for for bugs!

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  125. That sounds like wonderful stuff!!! I would luv luv to try it.

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  126. Hope to give my chickens some relief from this product

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  127. Kathryn Botard5/24/13, 10:58 PM

    I love my Daily Rachel and would love to give this product a try. The flies are getting bad here with the heat and humidity. :)

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  128. Monica Baute5/24/13, 10:58 PM

    would love this

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  129. TheChickenChick5/24/13, 10:59 PM

    I'm not sure, Naomi, I'd suggest contacting the manufacturer to see whether they will ship to the UK.

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  130. Cindy Crager5/24/13, 10:59 PM

    New to chicken--- luv luv luv your blog!!

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  131. I signed up for your blog. Looking forward to following you. I love your posts on Facebook. Keep them coming.
    Eva
    Oh yeah I want to win the fly repellent. :)

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  132. Kylie Flaskos Jensen5/24/13, 11:03 PM

    Love your blog!

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  133. Tammy (Chicken Therapy)5/24/13, 11:12 PM

    I have learned so much from you and your blog. Thank you for All your hard work!! I have only had chickens for 1 year, and enjoy reading your blog. Rachel on facebook is one of my favorites. Thanks again!!

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  134. Becky White Ballard5/24/13, 11:19 PM

    oh man you don't know how bad I could use this. never heard of it but would love to try it out before I bought it ... ty for a chance to win

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  135. RSS feed. Gingeroo616 at AOL dotcom

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  136. I'm already starting to have issues with flies. Would love to give it a try.

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  137. Awesome site! Thanks for all the great advise and fun! Love the chick cam. ;)

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  138. Laurie Ashley5/24/13, 11:54 PM

    Would love to win this, willing to try just about anything at this point to get rid of those yucky flies! (on a side note, is horse fly spray OK to use around chickens and the coop?)

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  139. Josephine Boscia Amrhein5/24/13, 11:59 PM

    Now THIS is such a better option then my idea to dig a giant hole and BACKHOE the top 6 inches of our coop and bury it all!

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  140. Kenna Rogers5/25/13, 12:57 AM

    I would love to try this!!

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  141. This product sounds amazing and would really like to win this, but even if I don't, will be purchasing to try!

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  142. Thank you, I'll do that :-)

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  143. I'd love to try something like this for my coop!

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  144. Schelli Nimz5/25/13, 12:22 PM

    Would love to try it, the flies here are insane!

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  145. TheChickenChick5/25/13, 8:51 PM

    Thanks Tammy!

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  146. TheChickenChick5/25/13, 8:55 PM

    Thanks for following, Angela!

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  147. I think I will try this product. It get hot early here in Florida and stays hot longer. flies are a problem.

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  148. I haven't yet switched to sand for the runs or coop and am still using pine shavings. Can this be sprayed over shavings? Or does the coop have to be cleaned out completely before using this spray?

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  149. I would love to try the Farm 360. Anything ecofriendly is for me!

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  150. We live up against a wetland so this would be perfect

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  151. I was just looking up options to limit flies! I'd love to win this! Thanks!

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  152. Cynthia Bond6/15/13, 6:32 PM

    I would love to give this product a try. Looked for it at my feed store,
    but did not have. Looks like Amazon is the only place.

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  153. Gayle Bender-Uhl8/31/13, 6:23 PM

    Would love to try this product!

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  154. Hi CC,
    I picked up Farm 360 but I'm having trouble with it clogging my 1 gal. sprayer. Any tips?

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  155. TheChickenChick11/14/13, 7:04 PM

    Contact the Farm360 folks, they're very responsive and I'm sure they can help you.

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  156. I have tried this before but I have not been able to find it in my area thank you for sharing this info

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  157. TheChickenChick11/27/13, 7:54 PM

    It's available online, Joey.

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  158. susanandpeeps2/18/14, 6:08 PM

    Must pick some up soon.

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  159. Anyone have any luck with this product?? I want to try it out but this is the only review for the product and I would love to hear how it worked or didn't work for others.

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  160. Would LOVE to win this product! Fly problem is already starting for me here in sunny Houston.

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