Safe-Guard Equi-Bits Horse Deworming Palatable Alfalfa pellets aid in the control of large and small strongygles, pinworms and ascarids. One pouch will treat 1250 lb. Safe for pregnant mares and foals. 1.25 lb pouch Read More
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Safe-Guard Equi-Bits Deworming PelletsPalatable Alfalfa pellets for the control of large & small strongyles, pinworms and ascarids.
One pouch will treat 1250 lb of body weight. Safe for pregnant mares and foals.
For best results administer every 6-8 weeks.
Safe-Guard Equi-Bits are perfect for:
- hard-to-paste horses
- hard-to-catch horses
- weanlings and yearlings on feed
- horse owners, young or young at heart who are reluctant or prefer not to handle their horse
- Brand: Merck
- Form: Pellets
- Active Ingredient: Fenbendazole
This is the easiest wormer I've ever used. I fed it to 5 of my horses along with their evening goodies and they devoured it. It's a little more costly then paste but the ease is so worth it.
Of my 4 horses, one wouldn't eat the Equi-bits. She is an easy keeper and doesn't get very much grain, so there was no hiding it in her feed. So I soaked some alfalfa pellets, which I knew she liked, added that to her ration, and then she did eat it.
Great product, great service!
"Easy to use"
I always trust Safe-Guard to worm my horses & love the easy to use pellets. The horses love the taste & eat it mixed in with their regular feed. Jeffers offers it at an affordable price, it's much higher where I live if bought from a feed store.
I have a mare who is impossible when it comes to worming. Instead of stressing her out and chasing her around. With this product, she doesn't even know she's getting wormed. She doesn't spit it out like she does with the pastes so I know she's getting all of the product.
"Easy to use"
We purchased this wormer to use for some horses we rescued. Some of the horses were easy to handle and we could use paste wormer for them, others were to scared to be easily handled. This wormer was super easy to use, just mixed it with a bit of sweet feed and they ate it just fine. Much easier than trying to give a tube of paste wormer to a horse that isn't accustomed to being handled.