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Equi Aid CW Daily Feed Pelleted Wormer

$36.99
Regularly: $41.99
Today's savings: 12%
SIZE PRICE/DAY OUR PRICE
10 lb
Less than $0.47/DAY
(80 day supply)

$36.99

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.
50 lb
Less than $0.38/DAY
(400 day supply)

$149.99

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.
Shipping weight = 11.00 lbs.

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Product Summary:

Equi Aid CW®

 

Daily Dewormer that provides continuous protection against 18 species and stages of equine parasites

 

·         Contains 9.6g (per lb) of Pyrantel Tartrate (2.11% active)

·         Highly palatable and easy to feed

·         Safe for horses of all ages – including foals, mares and stallions

·         Effective against large strongyles (adults), small strongyles (adult and fourth stage larvae), pinworms and ascarids (adults and fourth state larvae)

·         Available in 10lb (80 day supply) and 50lb (400 day supply) stay fresh bucket

·         Economical value

 

 

Feeding Directions

Feed 1 ounce per 500 lbs of body weight every day for as long as the animal is at risk to internal parasites
 
This item not available for sale in Canada.

 

 

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by CW daily wormer I breed horses. I started using this product and got excellent results. Within a month and a half my feed bill was cut almost in half. WooHoo!!! ha ha All the horses started looking really good, ate less and did better. March 2, 2009
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