Equine Wormer Pellets
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Equine Wormer Pellets, 16 ounce SKU: 060KG03-16 [printable] Kaeco Equine Wormer Pellets are an alfalfa based pellet designed for top dress. Use once every six to eight weeks. About the Product Why Use Equine Wormer Pellets? For removal and control of the following Matur Parasites: Large Strongyles (Strongylus vulgaris, S. edentatus, and S. equinus). Small Stonglyles (Trichonema sp. Triodontophorus). Pinworms (Oxyuris), Large Roundworms (Parascaris). Directions for Use Mix the required amount of Equine Wormer Pellets in the feed normally consumed at one feeding. Animals should not be fasted prior to or following treatment. This product may be administered safely to foals and pregnant mares. Wormers>Large Animal Horse Products>Wormers
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