$14.95 to $41.49
Removes and controls 3 major gastrointestinal parasites, Haemonchus Contortus (Barberpole), Ostertagia Circumcincta, Trichostrongylus Axel. Nutritious pellet can be fed as top dress or single dress or single dose... Read More
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Removes and controls 3 major gastrointestinal parasites, Haemonchus Contortus (Barberpole), Ostertagia Circumcincta, Trichostrongylus Axel.
Nutritious pellet can be fed as top dress or single dose complete feed at a rate of 1 lb per 100 lbs of body weight. Formulated with vitamins, minerals, yeast and probiotics to give nutritional boost after parasite removal.
Contains Diatomaceous Earth and active ingredient morantel tartrate (Rumatel).
Safe for all goats including pregnant females. No milk discard required for dairy goats. 30 day slaughter withdrawal.
- Brand: Manna Pro
- Type: Feed Additive
- Ingredient: Morantel Tartrate,Diatomaceous Earth
- Size: 25 lb ,6 lb Bag
"We like it"
We use this wormer while we are milking our Nubian herd. It seems to work well. Each goat gets their amount on the milking stand so we know they eat all of it and a piggy one doesn't eat too much like when you give feed out to all at the same time.. We found it worked best to put only this in their feed bowl and when they finish they get regular feed. All of our goats have eaten fine. When not in milk we use a chemical wormer, but this is our choice for the 9 months we milk.
"Quick and Easy"
Mine LOVED it. I have two Nigerian Bucklings and the snarfed it down faster than their regular feed. I did have to separate them so they wouldn't butt each other around...letting one eat more than the other. But no big deal. Much easier to use than the oral syringe type. although I still use that occasionally to mix it up some.
" Pet Nubian"
Perfect for me with only one pet goat. I just weigh the recommended amount, give it in place of her regular feed, and she loves it. Wish they had one for horses and a potbelly! So easy!
"some won't eat it"
I tried giving my herd of Nigerians this instead of their usual goat chow and 6 out of 10 goats wouldn't eat it. Next I tried mixing it with their usual ration and they picked out the goat chow and left the wormer. I finally mixed molasses in it and hunger eventually won out. It seemed like a simple way to worm goats, but I guess mine are just picky. I won't buy it again.
"Perfect choice for my Pygmy's"
So simple and the goats LOVE it! I don't mix with regular pellet and also don't separate my herd. They ration it themselves just as they do their normal pellet. We've not had problems with worm infestation since we started using this product/method. We also rotate pasture so that may help reduce our chance of infestation.
"I like this one!"
This is the wormer I give my goats - they just get the wormer pellets in place of their regular food, and they love it! I don't have any problem at all with them eating it and it's a lot easier then chasing them down to give something to them orally!
"Not the best option"
Ok, so this product MAY work well if you can administer under very specific conditions. However, you must be able to separate your animals at feeding and ration each the correct dose and then they must eat it. What I found is that if you mix it with their pellets, they'll eat their pellets and leave the de-wormer. So you'd have to give them the dewormer by itself which is not ideal either. For me the money is best spent on another method of parasite prevention and treatment (I have goats)