Queensland Itch or Allergic Dermatitis in horses is an allergic skin condition very common in Northern New South Wales, Queensland coastal regions and southern Western Australia.
Caused mainly by Sand-fly bites, it occurs in summer months as an irritating inflamation of the skin, first appearing as small pimple type swellings.
The horse then bites, rubs or scratches, causing loss of hair and creating raw areas of skin. This further attracts insects.
DAVID KURITCH has been specially formulated to help overcome this problem and acts in two ways.
Firstly, it soothes the irritated areas thus stopping the horse biting and rubbing, which in turn allows the normal healing process to take place.
Secondly, due to the incorporation of "Moskitox", a powerful repellant, sand-flies and mites are prevented from causing further irritation and this relieves allergic reaction. Years of field experience have proven DAVID KURITCH to be a most effective product for both preventing and healing Queensland Itch or Allergic Dermatitis in horses.
DAVID KURITCH should be applied to the affected areas twice daily for Queensland Itch or Allergic Dermatitis.
As a wound protectant, DAVID KURITCH may be applied directly to surface wounds, minor cuts or abrasions.
Flies and insects are repelled thus avoiding infections.
Moskitos (N.N. Diethyl-M-toluamide)
Pack Size: 500ml