The same theory applies to deer flies as well.
yes because they may eggs on it
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No, but horseflies bite them.
Horseflies do not sting, As you may know they are like any other normal fly, The only insects that i know that sting are bees
You can swat them, use fly traps, or spray them.
Use fly spray repellant
Horse Flies fly by flapping there wings, like every other living flier.
Lots of fly spray. If you are able to go out and put fly spray on them in the middle of the day when the flys are worse. If you are having problems with the horseflies in your barn too then it is a good iead to put out fly bait/killer and hang those sticky fly traps up.
Horseflies do not live in holes. These insects live near water. A female horsefly lays eggs on plants or near water.
How to Get Rid of HorsefliesHorseflies, deer flies and the yellow fly are in the same family and can be effectivly trapped. Visit http://www.bitingflies.com for more information. Or just to improve this answer a little, you could go and buy some fly spray? Its quite cheap and you can get it at all local tack shops near you :) if your horse has a problem with flys in his/hers ears i'd recommend you get the fly gel as you can rub that in there ears or you can just spray a small amout on your hand and rub AROUND the ear, not in. Hope this helped :)
because they are usually around horses
Horseflies are meat eaters. They bite to tear a chunk of flesh off you in order to feed. Whether horseflies are useful at all I don't know. They are probably just another meal in the food chain........... horseflies are not meat eaters, only the female horse fly bites and they do this as they need a blood meal to be able to reproduce, horse flies normally bite mammals but there are some species that bite reptiles, birds and fish.
Horseflies yes, but a normal house fly does not sting. Instead they land and start to feed on the skin such as if you are sweating, they land and drink the sweat. They also can lay eggs on the skin too...
yes they do me and my sister went swimming and we took them out and they went around the pool and into the water so yes they do fly
Horseflies are not dangerous. However, their bite can be very painful and they are able to carry a number of infectious diseases.
Horseflies are among the world's largest flies. They belong to the tabanidae family. Horseflies can be as large as 1 ¼ inches in length. So, horseflies can be up to 3.175 cm long.
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Yes they do bite and it is a bit painful. After you are bitten, the bite may be painful and will be itchy for a while. Put on an ointment to lessen the swelling, and don't scratch the bite, or it may become infected. After that, cover up the bite to prevent bacteria from entering the bite. Horseflies usually come out on sunny, hot, and dry days around water, and people, so be careful!
Yes. You can buy products that are specifically designed as a horsefly repellent, such as EcoSMART Horse Fly Spray. These products are available online or at most equine supply shops. You can also make your own horse fly repellent, by mixing vinegar and eucalyptus.