Quality Products. Competitive Pricing. Exceptional Service. Extensive References.
Tim left his Senior Engineering/Project Management position in the corporate world in 2019 to join the family business. He's now our principal fly spray technician and is learning all the ropes!
Madelyn then & now......
Sandy Hart-Long left her teaching career in 2004 to join the family business and work alongside her father, Bill. She is the president of F.I.C.S. and oversees most of our projects. She has been riding both competitively and recreationally for over 30 years in a variety of disciplines, recently earning her USDF Bronze Medal. In her "spare" time, Sandy enjoys riding, rock climbing, & working around the farm.
Bill Hart, founder and vice president of F.I.C.S., left the corporate world 30 years ago to start what began as "Farmers Insect Control Systems," a small business that focused only on fly spray systems. While he started out with only 30 fly spray systems, through a reputation of a quality product, fair pricing, and outstanding service, we now have over 300 systems throughout the East Coast.
During his rounds to barns to service the fly spray systems, Bill noticed and became interested in a variety of other products. Over the years, he continued to add only the highest quality products to the company's portfolio to transform F.I.C.S. from a a small, local fly spray company to one that offers the finest and most innovative products and services for stables and arenas throughout the Mid-Atlantic.
Bill's favorite pastime is volunteering at the local Lehigh Riding Club.
F.I.C.S. is a family run business led by USDF Bronze Medalist, Sandy Hart-Long. Since 1991, we have been helping equestrians to take their barns & arenas to the "next level". We do this through personalized consultation, listening to our clients and by working hand-in-hand with them to reach their goals. We pride ourselves on carrying only quality products, offering competitive pricing, providing excellent service, and consequently having extensive & impressive references.