The cattle industry’s most trusted dewormer.
Safe-Guard 0.5% Pellets
One pound deworms 1,000 lb. of cattle
10 lb. bag
Alfalfa-based pellets let you feed and deworm in a single step. Armed with fenbendazole, the active ingredient in all Safe-Guard products, these pellets are effective against worms, stomach worms, and intestinal worms in cattle in one feeding.
For the removal and control of:
- Stomach worms (adults and fourth stage larvae)
- Brown stomach worm
- Intestinal worms (adults and fourth stage larvae)
- Thread-necked intestinal worm
- Small intestinal worms
- Bankrupt worm
- Nodular worms
Consult your veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION | RESIDUE WARNINGS
CATTLE: Do not use in beef calves less than 2 months old, dairy calves and veal calves. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves. Additionally, the following meat withdrawal and milk discard times apply:
Safe-Guard Paste: Cattle must not be slaughtered for 8 days. For dairy cattle, the milk discard time is 96 hours.
Safe-Guard Suspension: Cattle must not be slaughtered for 8 days. For dairy cattle, the milk discard time is 48 hours.
Safe-Guard EnProAl Type C Medicated Block: Cattle must not be slaughtered for 11 days. For use in beef cattle only.
Safe-Guard 20% Protein Type C Medicated Block: Cattle must not be slaughtered for 16 days. For use in beef cattle only.
Safe-Guard Type A and other medicated feed products (pellets, cubes, free-choice mineral, or free-choice liquid): Cattle must not be slaughtered for 13 days. For dairy cattle, the milk discard time is 60 hours.
Administration and Dosage
5mg fenbendazole per kg body weight in a ONE (1) DAY TREATMENT (2.27mg fenbendazole per pound of body weight).
Feed for ONE (1) DAY. No prior withdrawal of feed or water necessary. When feed containing Safe-Guard has been fed for one day according to recommended rates (see product package), a total intake of 2.27mg fenbendazole per pound of body weight is assured.
Under conditions of continued exposure to parasites, retreatment may be needed after four to six weeks.
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