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Fighting the War on Flies • Fantastic Flying Changes

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Pan American Games gold medalist Sarah Tubman shares step-by-step instructions through four exercises to produce your horse’s best flying changes. Plus, learn about the four-pronged approach to fly control called integrated pest management (IPM)—cultural control, mechanical control, chemical control and biological control.

In this issue:

  • Tubman first defines the flying change and focuses on the quality of the canter. Then, she breaks down the four-part exercise.
  • Jessica Starcevich, MS in entomology, explains that when it comes to battling flies, it’s important to make informed decisions regarding fly control methods.

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