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Safe-Guard® Wormer Paste

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Safe-Guard® Wormer Paste


For the control of lungworms, stomach and intestinal worms. Apple Flavor.

25 gm tube treats horses up to 1100 lbs

92 gm (3.2 oz) calibrated oral syringe deworms 4000 lb body weight. (Labeled as Equine Dewormer)

Perfect for:

  • General parasite control in rotational deworming
  • Deworming multiple horses in the same barn
  • Horses weighing more than 1,250 pounds

290 gm (10.2 oz) tube treats 12,760 lb body weight

NOTE: 290 gram requires Applicator Gun

Safe for breeding stock, pregnant cows, stressed cattle, and lactating dairy cattle and horses. 13-day slaughter withdrawal.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
I6-S2 Safe-Guard® Paste, 1 ds (25 gm) Each $8.95
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I6-S6 Safe-Guard® Paste, 3.2 oz syringe (92 gm) Each $26.95
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I6-S4 Safe-Guard® Paste, 10.2 oz. cattle ds (290 gm) Each $40.99
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I6-S5 Safe-Guard® Applicator Gun Each $28.80
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 - Thursday, September 08, 2011
A winner!
Reviewed By:  Jack Cowherd (Creston, British Columbia) 
We got the largest size of Safe-Guard paste and the applicator gun for our herd of horses. We were skeptical about using the applicator gun, but it was a real winner. Our horses are good about being wormed, but this made it even easier. We lost none of the paste, the horses didn't mind the large tube and odd appliance next to their heads, and it was even a bit fun using it. The number of pulls on the trigger for proper dosage for weight also was a plus. We use this wormer as part of our rotational program and it's been very successful.

 - Thursday, February 03, 2011
Good product, bad taste!
Reviewed By:  Chris D (Baltimore, MD) 
I use this in my worming rotation along with pyrantel pamoate and ivermectin. My horses have been worm free, so I have to assume it works! My horses hate the apple flavor. It seems more like sour apple than sweet apple. They doth protest a lot less with the non-flavored wormers. I also like to save the large tubes these come in and use them for administering oral meds I have to mix on my own.

 - Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Reviewed By:  Steven (Buford, GA) 
The Safe Guard wormer has always been part of our horse's worming schedule. He gets it every fall and it works well for him. We trust this product and will continue to use it. It also helps that it's flavored.
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