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Reviews for Battles Red Mite Powder - 500g

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Great product -

We used this in conjunction with the red mite spray, rubbed it on their legs as they were limping and sprinkled in into the bark in their enclosure as they like making little divots to sit in and chucking dirt everywhere so it definitely gets in all their feathers! They're no longer limping so it has helped clear their skin of mites, which is good. Tub lasted well so far too.


Great! -

Quick delivery to France Very effective for my hens, after suffering red mites during the hot weather I particularly appreciate the Eco friendly pack, and packaging - thanks!


Does what it says -

Used the red mite power have not seen any since using it very good product .


Excellent product -

I spotted early signs of red mite when cleaning my wooden coop and used the powder in conjunction with the liquid product and it has worked a treat. I keep checking and reapplying just in case but no re infestation so far.


Essential Purchase -

I use this inside eglu as well as on chickens themselves to prevent red spider mite literally eating them alive. The mite is very active during warmer months so particularly important to use this time of year. I would recommend using in well ventilated area as very strong stuff.


good seems to have worked so far -

Good product seems to have worked so far and was easy to put on.


happy -

Great service, great products very happy with everything! Cant wait to buy more from you.


Mite Powder - An Omleteer,

I love the smell of this powder and it has, so far, kept the mites at bay. It worked well over the Summer too when mites are more likely to attack! Great product


red mite powder - An Omleteer,

Excellent product and the service was first class


Application Problems - An Omleteer,

This comes in a cylindrical container, which has holes in the top for dusting it on. However, more ended up in our laps than on the birds; the container is disastrous and totally not thought out. We've seen competitive products in squeezy bottles with a tapered neck/nozzle, which would make them much better for getting under a bird's feathers. Once on though, it is probably very effective, though we gave up. I've bought some diatomatious earth which is supposed to do the same job but is not poisonous, being just a fine earth, like talcum. However, we've yet to try it. It comes in a decent squeezy bottle. Sorry, think again!!!

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