Painful bites and stings from horse flies
Between May and October horses, cows and people are troubled by horse flies. These pesky flies have particularly painful stings. Anyone who has ever been "bitten" by one of these creatures knows this unpleasant feeling well. Horseflies carry dangerous diseases and their stings can provoke serious allergic reactions.
How does the horse fly trap work?
The H trap horse fly trap from Holland protects you and your animals against horse flies.
The horse fly trap is placed outdoors and uses no chemical attractants. Horse flies mistake the black ball for a large animal and attempt to bite it. When that doesn't work, the insect tries to fly upwards and gets caught in the funnel-shaped netting. It is then unable to escape.The horse fly trap isn't just for use in pastures. In horse or livestock stalls, on golf courses, in your garden, children's nurseries, cemeteries, sports grounds, beer gardens, camping sites, ponds, lakes and rivers: The H trap horse fly trap is an asset in any environment!