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Valbazen is an oral suspension dewormer for cattle, sheep, & goats for the control of liver flukes, tapeworms, stomach worms, intestinal worms, lungworms, and more. Read More
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Valbazen Broad Spectrum Dewormer
Valbazen Broad Spectrum Dewormer is an oral suspension for use in cattle, sheep, and goats for the removal and control of liver flukes, tapeworms, stomach worms, intestinal worms, and lungworms in cattle and sheep, and for adult liver flukes in nonlactating goats. Valbazen contains 11.36% Albendazole.
Valbazen for cattle and sheep:
Aids in the removal of liver flukes, tapeworms, stomach worms, intestinal worms and lungworms.
Valbazen for goats
Aids in the treatment of adult liver flukes in non-lactating goats.
- Cattle and Goats: 4 mL of Valbazen per 100 lb body weight.
- Sheep: 0.75 mL of Valbazen per 25 lbs of body weight
- Do not administer to female cattle during the first 45 days of pregnancy or 45 days after the removal of bull.
- Do not administer to ewes during the first 30 days of pregnancy or for 30 days after removal of rams.
- Do not use in female dairy cattle of breeding age.
- Do not use on lactating does.
- Cattle: 27 days (do not use in female dairy cattle of breeding age)
- Sheep: 7 days
Valbazen is a registered trademark of Zoetis Animal Health (formerly Pfizer Animal Health).
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should only be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Brand: Zoetis
- Type: Drench
- Ingredient: 11.36% Albendazole
- Size: 500 mL,1 Liter,5 Liter
I had a goat "given" to me with a persistent cough and looked a little poorly. Thought it might be lung worm, so I gave this to him and he snapped right out of it. No more coughing. Great product that I'll make sure I always have on hand.
Great wormer .
"Great for Sheep"
This is one of the few wormers labeled for use with sheep. I use it once a year on my sheep to rid them of any and everything they may have accumulated. Works great.
Works as described. Using the gun to go with it and cattle chute, it took us 20 min to do 8 head of cattle.
"I agree with LBNP"
This dewormer works great at 1cc per 10 lbs for goats.I repeat the dose in ten days and again in ten days after that for a total of three treatments.This is the dewormer I use for tapeworms but use it at 1cc per 10 lbs for 3 consecutive days. For my dogs I use 1cc per 10 lbs for 3 days.
I would like to correct my review below, there was a typo. 1cc per 10 lbs in adult dogs. 1/10cc per 1lb in very young puppies.
To be an effective wormer it must be dosed at 1cc per 10lbs, for goats. It can be used in dogs as well with the same dose. For dogs it is recommened that a 500mL bottle of Valbazen be mixed with 12-14cc of ivermectin injectable for heartworm protection as well. To treat tapeworms it must be used 3 days in a row. For adult dogs they get 1cc per 10lbs as well Puppies get 1/10 of a cc per 10lbs when they are 2 weeks old and up. It is critical that you use the correct doseage, if you underdose you are making the parasites resistant to the wormer.
This Product saved my goats lives. I saw all kinds of parasites come out. It did take more doses then suggested.
I agree with Kara, this is an excellent product for Does/Ewes that have just Kidded/Lambed. I always give valbazen a day or to later for maximum results. I just wish the US would send these and many more other items to Canada I have to pay $139.00 for 1 lt of valbazen.... You guy have great products for goats.
This is our wormer of choice for our does that have just kidded. After kidding, the does chemical change in her body wakes up all those little critters that have been dormant through the winter. Giving the does a dose of Valbazen will give her a good start on staying as worm free as possible. Repeat again in a month. This is off label for goats, so check with your vet.