Medicated Dewormer for Beef Cattle
For the removal and control of: Lungworm; Stomach worms: Barberpole worms, Brown stomach worms, Small stomach worms; Intestinal worms: Hookworms, Thread-necked intestinal worms, Small intestinal worms; Bankrupt worms; Nodular worms.
Administration and Dosage
Adequate forage must be available at all times to cattle receiving supplemental block feeding.
Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) En-Pro-Al Molasses Deworming Supplement Block (Medicated) is designed for deworming pastured cattle by feeding these medicated blocks for three (3) days only as the sole source of salt.
It is essential to establish full cattle adaptation to supplemental block feeding prior to treating cattle with Safe-Guard® En-Pro-AL® Molasses Deworming Block (Medicated). Cattle behavior and per capita consumption must be established by feeding non-medicated En-Pro-AL® Blocks prior to medicated block treatment. Adaption to block feed intake for medicated treatment may take twelve (12) to nineteen (19) days prior exposure to unmedicated feed blocks depending on consumption rates and environmental conditions. When cattle block consumption of 0.1 pound (1.6 oz) per 100 pounds of body weight (or 1.0 lb for mature cattle) per day is attained for several days on the nonmedicated En-Pro-AL® Block, the three (3) day medicated treatment with Safe-Guard® En-Pro-AL® Molasses Deworming Supplement Blocks (Medicated) may begin.
1.67 mg fenbendazole per kg body weight per day for three (3) days. Total dose for the three (3) day period of 5 mg fenbendazole per kg of body weight (2.27 mg fenbendazole per pound).
CONSULT YOUR VETERINARIAN FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND CONTROL OF PARASITISM.
Cattle must not be slaughtered within 11 days following last treatment. Under conditions of continued exposure to parasites, retreatment may be needed after 6 to 8 weeks.
EN-PRO-AL and SWEETLIX are registered trademarks of Ridley U.S. Holdings Inc.
25 lb Block
Product Label(s) and MSDS
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