$6.99 to $29.99
Safe-Guard Multi-Species Dewormer
Broad-spectrum, pelleted dewormer for use in beef and dairy cattle, equine, swine, growing turkeys, zoo and wildlife animals.
Contains 2.27 grams fenbendazole per lb.
Directions for Use:
- Cattle - (Beef and Dairy) - For the removal and control of lung-worms, barber-pole worms, brown stomach worms, small stomach worms, hookworms, intestinal worms, bankrupt worms and nodular worms. Feeding directions for 1,100 lbs body weight: 1 lb in a one day treatment. Re treatment may be needed after 4-6 weeks. 13 day slaughter withdrawal; no milk withdrawal.
- Equine - For the removal and control of large strongyles, small strongyles, pin-worms and ascarids. Feeding directions for 1,100 lbs body weight: For strongyles and pin-worms - 1 lb in a one day treatment; For ascarids - 2 lbs Safe Guard in a one day treatment. Re-treatment may be needed after 6-8 weeks.
- Swine - (growing pigs, gilts, pregnant sows and boars) - For the removal and control of lung-worms, gastrointestinal worms, large roundworms, nodular worm, small stomach worms, whip-worms and kidney worm. Feeding directions for 200 lbs body weight: 1.92 oz daily for 3 days. No slaughter withdrawal.
- Turkeys, Zoo and Wildlife Animals See label directions or visit Marsyt.com and click on animal species icon for dose calculator.
- Brand: Safe-Guard
- Type: Multi Species
- Form: Pellets
- Size: 1 lb,5 lb
"Safe-Guard Multi-Species Dewormer"
So very happy to find this product as our horse absolutely refused paste. She eats this Dewormer with no problem and we are both very happy! No more fights!
great price and my mule ate it with no problem. worming her with a paste is always so stressfull for us both but these pellets saved the day. she was happy for the "treat" everyday.
"Easy to use"
I use this as a rotational dewormer for my camel. He HATES paste wormer and it is hard to deworm a 1700lb animal that doesn't want a tube put in his mouth. Love it when time for pellet dewormer comes around..... so easy. He loves the taste of the pellets, and I have to give him about 1/3 bag at a time x 3 bags, so he doesn't try to gobble the whole 3 bags full up at one time like a little pig and get choked.