Infographic: How To Protect Your IBH Horse From Bugs

Follow the steps in this visual guide to relieve your horse’s clinical signs of insect bite hypersensitivity and prevent future flare-ups. Sponsored by KineticVet.
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Insect bite hypersensitivity (IBH, aka sweet itch) is an allergic reaction to the saliva of biting insects such as Culicoides midges, mosquitoes, black flies, and horn flies. Follow the steps in this visual guide to relieve your horse’s clinical signs of IBH and prevent future flare-ups.

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