Horse Health 1.87 Ivermectin Single Dose Paste

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Horse Health 1.87 Ivermectin Single Dose Paste

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Product Summary:

Horse Health Ivermectin
 
Includes 1 Tube of Horse Health 1.87% Ivermectin may come in cellophane wrap or in box.

An anthelmintic and boticide paste containing Ivermectin. This product controls the most worms and bots, plus the deadly migrating stages of bloodworms.
  • Kills 35 species and stages of worms and bots combined.
  • Kills all 3 stages of the two most common bot species.
  • Use six times per year for broad spectrum parasite control.
  • One syringe treats a 1,250 pound horse.
  • Safe for mares at any stage of pregnancy. No need to rotate with another wormer.
  • Use every other month.

Active ingredient: 1.87% ivermectin.

This item is not available in Canada
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Worming your horse is so important so its nice to find a quality product at a low price!
Courtney J on Nov 6, 2015
3 month worming
SUSAN H on Oct 2, 2015
Great Price
Kelli C on Oct 19, 2015
Vet recommend
Christy J on Sep 7, 2015
What time of year should I use this on my horses?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2014
Best Answer: My Vet and I agree that twice a year is good. I give it in the Spring and Fall. I am also told that Summer is the time when worms, flies, etc. are most active and likely to do the most harm, so I tend to inject in late spring and early fall.
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