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The Bite-Lite® H-Trap Professional Horse Fly Control System reduces painful biting

The Bite-Lite® H-Trap Professional Horse Fly Control System is a commercial grade horse fly trap that will reduce painful biting and vector born equine diseases caused by tabanids, aka horse flies, green heads, yellow flies, deer flies, and “B52 bombers.

H Trap Product ViewBuilt to last, the H-Trap has a corrosion proof single legged frame for easy mowing, plastic parts that are UV proof and an ergonomic upper arm that is wind resistant.

The H-Trap has been scientifically proven to catch biting female horse flies better than any other commercial or government surveillance trap on the market.

When set in a hot, sunny location, the H-Trap uses nature to trick the female horse fly; she’ll find the trap by the heat coming from the hanging ball, and once on it, will travel up into the collection bin where she cannot escape.

H Trap in PaddockThe H-Trap covers about 2.5 acres or 5 horses.

Assembly is required.

To catch more horse flies, Bite-Lite’s new Biting Fly Lure is now on sale.

(Disclaimer: Not every biting fly at your home, paddock, pool, and commercial property is a horse fly. Our horse fly trap will not catch biting stable flies or horn flies from the Muscidae family.)

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