Fussell Farms’ core product, The Original Cow Sprayer, is the most efficient and effective way to prevent and provide complete fly control to livestock. With 8 spray nozzles (3 on top, 1 per side, and 3 on bottom) and the option for either a 25 or 40-gallon tank, the Cow Sprayer is guaranteed to cover your stock with each pass through.

  • Hands-free operation

  • Sprays pesticide, water or wormer

  • Automated mixing tank

  • Sprays between 800 and 1200 head before refilling

  • Solar powered

  • Approved by UGA Extension Office

  • Portable: Easily moves between pastures

  • TAEP Eligible


Stop climbing in your pen to apply pesticides. Traditional pesticide applications stress out your livestock. When they get stressed, they lose weight, which costs you money. It is time to throw away your vet guns, hand sprayers, and fly tags. Let the Cow Sprayer do all the hard work for you – safely and hands-free. Think of how much time – and trips to the hospital – you’ll save.

As with the original Cow Sprayer unit, the Cow Sprayer Express is solar-powered and never needs to be plugged in. Each time the spray is triggered, it draws a minimal amount of charge from the battery, but is strong enough to spray the entire animal – front, back, sides, and legs. The Cow Sprayer Express works in any weather condition all year long.

During fly season you must get your livestock treated for fleas, ticks, mites, lice, face flies, etc. The Cow Sprayer does this automatically when the animal walks through the frame. But in hot summer months, you can now cool them off by spraying water anytime you want! Simply swap out your pesticide with water to give your animals a cool-down session. You can also put wormer in the tank to spray along the back.

With three spray nozzles (one on top, and one on each side), you can cover the entire animal easily with its 15 gallon tank. Easy to refill. Comes with a tank mixer that automatically runs every 30 minutes for 15 seconds at a time. No more hand mixing your pesticide!

The University Of Georgia tested The Cow Sprayer against other methods of fly control. How did it do? Here are the results.