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Cydectin® Pour-On for Cattle and Applicator Gun


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Cydectin® Pour-On for Cattle and Applicator Gun

Zero slaughter withdrawal. Zero milk withholding. Effective in the treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms (brown stomach worms -- 28 days of persistent activity), lungworms (42 days of persistent activity), cattle grubs, mites and 4 types of lice.

Apply wormer along the back of the animal at a rate of 5 mL for each 110 lbs of body weight. Weather resistant. Zero-day slaughter withdrawal.

Not for use in veal calves. Has NO impact on dung beetles.

Not Labeled for Goats

Applicator Gun needed when using 2.5 Liter and 5 Liter.

GUN SOLD SEPARATELY

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
F7-CH Cydectin® Pour-On, 500 mL Each $65.95
 
In Stock
F7-CJ Cydectin® Pour-On, 1000 mL Each $95.49
 
In Stock
F7-CK Cydectin® Pour-On, 2.5 L Each $195.49
 
Indefinite Back Order
F7-CL Cydectin® Pour-On, 5 L Each $285.95
 
Indefinite Back Order
F7-CM Cydectin® Pour-On, 10 L Each $541.95
 
Available Date 4/30/2014
Back Order
F7-CG Pour-On Applicator Gun (GUN ONLY) Each $21.95
 
In Stock

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 - Monday, September 02, 2013
Great for goats and cattle
Reviewed By:  Lacie (Penn Valley, California) 
Works great for goats, and cattle. I have used this in pregnant goats, and very young kids as well, no problems there. I do not use it orally in goats, I use it as a pour on. I use the cattle doseage as well. Also works amazingly well for lice! All the lice are dead and gone by the next day. Will buy again.

 - Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Used for goats
Reviewed By:  Jerry (Manchester, KY) 
Per my vet, you can use the pour on for cattle as an oral for goats at 1ml per 20lbs of body weight. If I'm not mistaken, it does not kill tapeworms, so a person would need to use a different wormer for tapeworms.

 - Saturday, July 20, 2013
Goats
Reviewed By:  John brown (Clanton, Alabama) 
I have Goats I have used every parasite control there is. Cydectin is much better than any thing I have used. I use the pour on but I put it in the mouth. This will save your gosts
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