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Order your Fly Predators Now!

I am writing you again on behalf of the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals (MSSPA). You have received my past emails about predator flies. I strongly recommend their use on your farm. They work! These tiny bugs, a product of the Spalding Company, are an effective prevention against annoying and disease carrying flies. Sign up and every few weeks during the warm months you will receive a shipment of these natural enemies of flies that don’t bother people or animals.

MSSPA has a partner number with the Spalding Company. If you use it when you contact Spalding, then MSSPA will receive a rebate check at the end of the season. As an active board member of the Society I can assure you that all that money goes to the rehabilitation of the seized or surrendered horses on the property on South Windham.

Whether you use the partner number or not, the amount that you pay Spalding is the same. If you do use the number, the horses at the Society benefit.

In order to get full benefit from fly relief, now is the time to order. Spalding will ask you for information about your farm (horse numbers, property size, etc) and will schedule shipments of the correct amount of predators for your situation at the right time. The number to call for more information and ordering is:

1 888 562 5696

Or, the website is www.Spalding-labs.com

The partner # to use in ordering is 10-521


Thanks for cutting down on the fly population for all of us and for your support of MSSPA.


David A Jefferson, DVM


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