Equimax Horse Dewormer Paste is used for the treatment & control of roundworms, tapeworms, lungworms & bots in horses with a single dose. Treats up to 1320 lb. Apple flavored. Read More
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EquiMax Horse Dewormer
EquiMax Horse Dewormer is used to aid in the treatment and control of roundworms, tapeworms, lungworms and bots in horses with a single dose.
Treats up to 1320 lb body weight.
The only combination dewormer FDA approved for use in foals, pregnant mares and breeding stallions.
- single dose treats a broad range of equine parasites - including bots & tapeworms
- best results when used in both the spring and fall
- can help reduce tapeworm-associated colic
- easy-to-use handle syringe/applicator offers more accurate dosing
- horses enjoy the apple flavor
- flat-nose applicator means all the paste pushes out - less waste
- Brand: Bimeda
- Form: Paste
I purchase Equimax on a regular basis, as it is a great wormer for young horses where I live.
I always use this at least once a year to make sure there are no tape worms.
Excellent quality, Excellent Price, Excellent Service!
"Low price, high quality"
I purchased this as part of a de-wormer kit. Has worked well for my four horses over the last five or so years. Fantastic price for a product that works so well.
Use this for tapes
"Best fall worker period!"
Jeffers got the wormer here fine. My vet recommends twice yearly worming with the Equimax being administered around November 1st and a non-ivermectin product used around May 1st. Since following this regimen, my horses are all fat and happy!
Best for florida worm coverage. More product with apple flavor. I add to sweet feed and even the picky arabian gets his full dose!! Give this 2-3 times a year!
"Only one that gets tapeworms!"
Twice the strength of Zimectrin Gold at a lower cost...what's not to like?! To get your horse to look forward to worming day, drizzle molasses on the barrel of a cleaned, used worming tube (syringe). Let your horse sniff it and just hold it until he licks it. After several investigative snuffles, licks, and msybe a flemming or two, gently insert the tube in his mouth. Repeat daily until he looks forward to taking the tube and getting his treat. When worming, repeat the molasses coating and you should no longer have any problems. Do this on the horses time frame and not yours. If you don't have time nor patience to do this, get a dog.
"He didn't spit it out"
I couldn't bring myself to try it but it must be ok because my horse didn't spit it out.
"Best price anywhere!!"
Great product, best price. I checked. Thank you Jeffers! Love all your stuff.
Necessary product. Too runny. Easily wasted if the horse doesn't stand perfectly still.
The best wormer out there. Will not use any other brand. Thank you Jeffers for supplying!
"best all in one womer"
Just the greatest wormer. I use it on all of my Quarter horses from foals to broodmares and our stallions. You can depend on its results. It takes the guess work out of worming. Simple and easy to use.
The best wormer on market!
"Not effective against large strongyles"
This is good for foals or pregnant mares, but in all others I recommend Quest Plus. I found that the large strongyles, at least in my area, have become resistant to ivermectin. If you use Equimax, make sure you are including Safeguard or something similar it your rotation.