Safe-Guard 0.5% Top Dress Pellets

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Safe-Guard 0.5% Top Dress Pellets

$51.69

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Product Summary:

Merck Safe-Guard 0.5% Top Dress Pellets
 
Safe-Guard Pellets are designed as a top dress pellet for beef and dairy cattle to control lung, stomach, intestinal, bankrupt and nodular worms. The carrier is high grade alfalfa.
 
Features:
  • For removal and control of lung worms, stomach worms, brown stomach worms, intestinal worms, hookworm, thread-necked intestinal worm, small intestinal worms, bankrupt worms and nodular worms
  • 5 mg fenbendazole per kg body weight in a one day treatment (2.27 mg fendbendazole per pound of body weight)
Item Specifications:
Size:
10 lb bag

Directions for Use:
Feed for one day.  No prior withdrawal of feed or water necessary.  When feed containing Safe-Guard has been fed for one day according to recommended rates (see product package), a total intake of 2.27 mg fenbendazole per pound of body weight is assured.
Under conditions of continued exposure to parasites, retreatment may be needed after four to six weeks.


Item Number Model Number UPC
E012889 AMH02 021784068161

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Safest product for deworming horses in the easiest form to get into them easily. Yes, I know this is not labeled for horses; however, the ingredients are EXACTLY the same as the horse products which come at a premium price. And I checked with several veterinarians before I ever started using Safe-guard. I typically use the 290 gm large tubes, but this is easier for now. My one concern, though, it that it is not marked non-GMO alfalfa. I typically avoid alfalfa now because of GMO contamination.
Billy P on Sep 29, 2018
Safest product for deworming horses in the easiest form to get into them easily. Yes, I know this is not labeled for horses; however, the ingredients are EXACTLY the same as the horse products which come at a premium price. And I checked with several veterinarians before I ever started using Safe-guard. I typically use the 290 gm large tubes, but this is easier for now. My one concern, though, it that it is not marked non-GMO alfalfa. I typically avoid alfalfa now because of GMO contamination.
Billy P on Sep 29, 2018
Easy and safe method of deworming my small herd of cows!
KENLINE V on Jul 9, 2015
Easy and safe method of deworming my small herd of cows!
KENLINE V on Jul 9, 2015
Can you also use this one on Horses?
A shopper on Mar 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This dewormer shows for use with beef and dairy cattle and with swine. If you would like fenbendazole pellets specifically made for horses, please take a look at Safe-Guard Ewui-Bits (item SLT790109).
can I worm my horses with this?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: yep
can this be used on goats?
51rep52bap on Nov 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This product is designed for beef and dairy cattle.