June 1, 2020

Midge Control for Horses

Equines with Sweet Itch suffer from extreme itching, hair loss, skin thickening and dandruff. Severely affected horses may develop bleeding sores, which may become infected if left untreated.

Often, midge bites will weep yellowish serum and form crusty scabs. The mane and tail are most commonly affected, though the neck, flanks, withers, hips, ears, forehead and around the eyes may also show symptoms.

In some cases, the entire face, along with the legs and belly, sheath/udder area and even the saddle area may suffer. The horse will constantly swish his tail and will attempt to rub vigorously on anything available. He may roll, or rub his belly on the ground. If he has nothing to scratch on, he may bite his own legs and remove his mane with his own hind feet. He will also encourage vigorous mutual grooming from field mates and may damage them in the process. He may constantly pace, become depressed, lack concentration and start head shaking when ridden. Affected skin may become thickened and ridged, and scarring may occur.

All in all, it’s miserable for your horse.

 

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Midges are tiny creatures which breed in wet areas or moist vegetation. Only the females are blood feeders – the males feed on nectar.

They are not strong fliers, and do not fly in brisk wind, heavy rain or bright sunshine, and they do not like hot, dry weather, but the falling wind and dull light of dusk and dawn suits them perfectly and they are most active then.

However, they may feed at any time of day on cloudy, humid days. Their larvae are able to survive severe frosts but they cannot cope with prolonged drought. They are most prevalent in Spring, Summer and Autumn, but may also be around on warmer winter days when the temperature rises.