Horse I know is covered in more bot eggs than I think I have ever seen in my life. Said horse is Palomino so the eggs basically blend in. I have always removed bots with bot knife but have mainly found these in the usual spots of legs on my boys. I worm , especially this time of year with a boticide worming paste. My boys are rugged though so bot eggs are confined to just legs, and have been removed regularily, whereas this horse is not so they have covered her literally head to tail. At one point whilst plaiting the orange beast up for a show, we killed nearly 6 bots in that period of time. Nearly her whole torso is covered in millions of eggs, as well as her legs top to bottom. They are in her mane from root to tip. What on earth would you do with a horse with that many bots??? I am thinking of suggesting clipping the horse and discarding of all removed hair, which I guess would solve that part of it if they are happy enough to clip, but what about the mane??? And what if they not happy to clip? She has woolley hairy long coat so to cut bits out would look horrendous, besides I think there is way too many to even achieve that. How on earth to you get the eggs off the mane without cutting them out? There is no way this horse can be hogged because well... I dont like it haha ( I wouldnt let them hog her !!) And you couldnt just cut sections out because it is literally every single strand of mane has them on and covered !. To kill the eggs it was to bath in kerosene or metho??? ( I cant remember which one?).... but honestly could you bath the whole horses body in it because I dont think I would be prepared to do that on my own horse. I am not exaggerating when I say there are millions. Any advice or solutions you think we could come up with ??? I have never seen anything like this, so would be very interested to see what we could come up with ?