YOUR COMMENTS AND REVIEWS
We have investigated a number of forums for interesting and informative opinions and reviews on Sweet Itch methodology and products.
IMPORTANT - Click links to go to the Reviews
1. BOETT BLANKET in Horse and Hound Forum.
Excerpt "It is the only thing that works for my horse" - Tracey 01
2. BOETT BLANKET in Horse and Hound Forum - a second thread.
Excerpt "The rug is still in excellent condition and I have not had to use the spare
material to patch up yet. They are very robust" - magicmillbrook
3. PAGONY SWEET ITCH RUGS in Saddlesoap.co.uk
Excerpt "the pagony is brilliant!" - yvonne
4. PAGONY SWEET ITCH RUG in New Rider.
Excerpt " for an economy sweet itch rug I have been quite impressed" - Sarah 1710
5. DE MEULENKAMP OR BOETT? in The Horse and Hound Forum.
6. DE MEULENKAMP RUG by Carthorse in New Rider.
Excerpt " I now have a De Meulenkamp rug sold by Solva Icelandics. It's a slightly
different cut to a Boett - I think it's better"
Also discussion on Boett and Pagony
7.SNUGGY HOODS SWEET ITCH RUGS in Horse and Hound Forum.
Excerpt " have the Snuggy Hoods Sweet-itch full set and its absolutely brilliant" - andalusianlover; and discussion on other rugs - Pagony, Boett, De Meulenkamp, etc
8. PREMIER EQUINE SWEET ITCH HOODY in Horse and Hound forum
Excerpt "I had one for my youngster last year. It lasted the season, which was what I'd
bought it for. His fieldmates groomed it to death in the end" - Foxford.
9..SWEET ITCH RUG - WHICH ONE WOULD BE BEST? in Horse and Hound forum. Includes Premier, Boett, Pagony and Rambo.
Excerpt"I was going to get a Rambo Sweet itch Hoody, have had several good reports about
it but not sure about the fit, Sherman's got a broad, deep body but a short
neck! The Premier Equine one looks fairly similar and is very well priced, has
anyone had experience of this one, or does anyone know of any other good ones?
Not keen on Boett because I think they always look a bit hot, and people I know
who have used them have found that they damage quite easily." - sue_ellen
10. SWEET ITCH METHODOLOGY at Arabianlines forum with comment on Boett Rugs, Global Herbs, Snuggy Hoods.
11. HERBS FOR ITCHING HORSES.
12. DO FLY REPELLENTS REALLY WORK? in Horse and Hound with comments on DEET, and essential oils in natural preparations.
Excerpt "confronted by rows of tubs, bottles and brightly-coloured labels, how does
anyone know which one to choose?" - Anna Wright.
12. HOME MADE FLY REPELLENTS FOR HORSES in Equine World UK
13. HERBAL REMEDIES FOR SWEET ITCH in the Horse and Hound forum.
14. FLY RUGS FOR SWEET ITCH
in Horse and Hound
15. HOMEMADE FLY SPRAY RECIPES in Horse and Hound. Amberleystar professional aromatherapist comments as follows:-
"Essential oils that I find have fly repelling properties are:
Eucalyptus Citriodora (lemon scented)
Eucalyptus Dives (peppermint scented)
Cedarwood Atlas and Himalyan
NEEM OIL is also very effective and can be added to blends, I generally add 5ml (teaspoon) to 500ml"
16 .HOME MADE FLY SPRAY in Horse and Hound Forum
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