Basic 3-Way Rotational Wormer Kit

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Basic 3-Way Rotational Wormer Kit

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Product Summary:

Basic 3-Way Rotational Wormer Kit

This rotational deworming kit is the most convenient way to make sure you have the dewormers ready to use when you need them. Order one dewormer kit per horse. This kit is based on the active ingredients listed and we reserve the right to substitute the lowest priced equivalent dewormer to complete each kit. We will ship your entire year's supply of dewormer with expiration dates of over a year away, allowing you to "lock-in" your deworming costs for the next year today! Always consult your veterinarian before beginning any deworming program.

Standard 1-Year Dewormer Pack
6 tubes of dewormer using 1.87% Ivermectin paste and provides deworming protection for one horse up to 1,200 lb. of body weight for 12 months.

The kit includes the following Dewormers: (2) Generic Pyrantel, (2) Generic Ivermectin, (2) Anthelcide.

*Always consult with your veterinarian before beginning any annual deworming program.

Size:
For horses up to 1,200 lb.

This kit is not available for sale in Canada.
Also we reserve the right to substitute the lowest priced Ivermectin Dewormer for this product.
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Additional Information:


Note: This deworming kit is designed to provide a basic rotational deworming program which specifies deworming your horse every other month. If you suspect your horse may be infected with tapeworms or for a customized deworming program tailored to your region or conditions, please consult your veterinarian for your treatment options.

Kit is based on the active ingredients listed and we reserve the right to substitute the lowest priced equivalent dewormer to complete each kit. We will ship your entire year’s supply of dewormer with expiration dates of over a year away allowing you to “lock-in” your deworming costs for the next year today.

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less shopping time for the amount of product
SANDY L on May 11, 2017
Can't beat the deal for wormers for my two horses!
BIRGIT S on Mar 19, 2017
ease of worming
Pamela N on Apr 16, 2017
price
LINDA G on Mar 13, 2017
I'VE PURCHASED THE 3 WAY ROTATIONAL WORMER KIT. WHICH DO I GIVE FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD?
L. B on Mar 29, 2014
Best Answer: I live in the Pacific Northwest and we have to worry about Bot flies. So I give the Ivermectrin in December or after the first freeze. Then I rotate the other ones in around that.
Reply · Report · PAULA J on Mar 29, 2014
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Does the kit come with directions telling me When to give What wormer?
LATISHA H on Feb 24, 2015
Best Answer: Yes. You can also find the chart online country supply, or printed in the catalogue.
Reply · Report · MIKE A on Mar 12, 2015
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What months do you give which wormer?
A shopper on Feb 7, 2015
Best Answer: It depends on what area of the country you are in because of weather and growth of various parasites. I'm in central Texas. If you start in an even month, stay on even month schedule (Feb, April, June, Aug, etc.). If you start in February, continue on an odd month schedule (ex. Jan, Mar, May, July, etc.). Here is what my vet recommends: pyrantel pamoate (Jan/Feb), SafeGuard or Panacur (Mar/April), ivermectin (May/June), pyrantel pamoate (July/Aug), SafeGuard or Panacur (Sept/Oct), ivermectin (Nov/Dec).
Reply · Report · SHERI P on Feb 7, 2015
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is the annual,worker pack Apple flavored?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2016
Best Answer: Have already used up most of it but the two types I have left, (the ivermectin and the pyrantel pamoate) are indeed marked "Apple flavored" on the boxes. My horse has taken all three rotations with no fuss.
Reply · Report · EUNICE J on Jun 11, 2016
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Is this a one year supply?
A shopper on Jun 25, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, it is a one year supply for one horse. It's recommended to deworm horses every two months, so six tubes would be a year supply.
Reply · Report · Ashleigh P on Feb 21, 2015
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What months do I give which wormers?
A shopper on Mar 4, 2017
Best Answer: Right next to the item in catalogue, there is a month to month recommendation of which to give when. I don't think it's terribly crucial, but helpful. Maybe the rotation listed by the non-generic product. Same difference. Good luck! Much less than paying a vet!
Reply · Report · Dana I on Mar 5, 2017
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MY HORSE WEIGHS MORE THAN RECOMMENDED WEIGHT, WILL IT STILL WORK?
ANGELA D on Dec 12, 2016
Best Answer: You would need to use a partial second tube so that the two together are the correct dosage for your horse's weight.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Dec 12, 2016
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Is there a Discount. With quanity?
David V on Jul 31, 2016
Best Answer: Yes, but it's not just more economical it's also convenient as the kit comes with a suggested worming schedule. I have two horses so I purchased 2 kits because it's easier for me to have the wormers on hand to use when I need them.
Reply · Report · SANDRA T on Aug 3, 2016
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Are these wormers apple flavored?
SuzAnne H on Nov 20, 2014
Best Answer: Yes. They are. My horses take these like they were treats.
Reply · Report · JACQUELINE G on Nov 21, 2014
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