$135.99 to $394.99
Safe-Guard 10% Suspension Wormer
For Cattle and Goats. Contains 10% Fenbendazole. Safe for breeding stock, pregnant cows, stressed cattle and lactating dairy cattle.
Safe-Guard 10% Suspension is used to aid in the control of:
- brown stomach worms
- small stomach worms
- barber pole worms
- bankrupt worms
- coopers worms
- thread-necked intestinal worms
- nodular worms
1 liter or 1 gallon. Also available in 125 mL bottle here.
- Cattle: 8-day slaughter withdrawal
- Goat: 6-day slaughter withdrawal
- Dairy Cattle: No milk withdrawal period
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should be done only under the supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Brand: Merck
- Type: Drench
- Size: 1000 mL (1 Liter),Gallon
- Active Ingredient: Fenbendazole
"Easy and reliable."
We feed our cattle liquid feed (syrup) in tanks. We take a quart of this and pour into the tank when it's half full. Takes the cows about three weeks to eat it all and we do this spring and fall. It's easy and this way even the baby calves get it too. Works wonderfully! Fat cows with no runs.
"SAFE-GUARD 10%, GALLON YEARLY USE"
Have used Safe-Guard cattle wormer in tube/gun form for years. First time using the liquid/oral syringe. Same great product, different form.
"Safe Guard for Horses"
We have been using this for years at the boarding stable. Reduces the monthly worming and keeps our horses in good health.
"Fat healthy worm free dogs"
I have used this for more than 5 years with no adverse side effects even before fenbendazole was approved for dogs. Has saved me a bundle over individual doses . I use it at a rate of 1 cc per 10 pounds of body weight even in puppies starting at 2 weeks of age.It Is not a substitute for heartworm medication, but works well on the others. Anytime you use a product outside its recommended usage please use caution as you are responsible for using it.
this is an excellent wormer. Very safe and effective for the removal of worms. An excellent product for the treatment of giardia as well.