Horse Health 1.87 Ivermectin Single Dose Paste

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Horse Health 1.87 Ivermectin Single Dose Paste

$2.39

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Product Summary:

Horse Health Ivermectin

An anthelmintic and boticide paste containing Ivermectin. This product controls the most worms and bots, plus the deadly migrating stages of bloodworms.

Features:

  • Kills 35 species and stages of worms and bots combined.
  • Kills all three stages of the two most common bot species.
  • Use six times per year for broad spectrum parasite control.
  • One syringe treats a 1,250-pound horse.
  • Safe for mares at any stage of pregnancy.
  • No need to rotate with another wormer.
  • Use every other month.
Item Specifications:

Size: Includes 1 Tube of Horse Health 1.87% Ivermectin; may come in cellophane wrap or in box.
Active Ingredient: 1.87% Ivermectin

This item is not available in Canada

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Good price
EUNICE H on Apr 5, 2017
My son likes to switch his Wormers up each month...
Gracie G on Feb 2, 2017
I needed dewormer and have better luck with the paste than the gel form.
CHANDA B on Mar 5, 2017
required in veterinarian's rotation
RAYMOND C on Dec 27, 2016
what is dose past?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2014
Best Answer: Look like there is typo " dose past", should be dose paste. You can give the whole tube to your equine.
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