Net-Tex Scaly Legs

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Net-Tex Scaly Legs

A multi-purpose solution that deters scaly leg parasites.

Scaly leg mites burrow under the scales of your chickens legs causing great irritation. Nettex Scaly Legs product is formulated and designed to deter the scaly leg parasite in one simple spray application. Scaly Leg remover works in three ways: Suffocating the scaly leg parasite eliminating the source of irritation, providing a natural barrier to deter and protect legs from further infection, providing relief by eradicating the source of discomfort. Spray directly onto the feet, legs and comb and wattles to apply on infested areas. Repeat every 5-6 days (to break the egg cycle) until infestation has gone.

 
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  • 5
    scaly leg remover

    Posted by T English on 31st Aug 2018

    brilliant product, chicken don't mind it either! arrived in good time and we used it to great effect straightaway.

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