Quest 20mg Moxidectin Single Dose Gel Wormer

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Quest 20mg Moxidectin Single Dose Gel Wormer

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Product Summary:

Quest® Gel Single Dose Wormer
by Zoetis, formerly Pfizer

Packaged in ready-to-use Sure-Dial syringes, Quest® Gel is specially formulated as a palatable gel that is easily administered to horses and ponies. It provides horse owners with effective control against a broad spectrum of internal parasites, including bots. It is an excellent all around wormer, and great for rotational use.

Quest® delays reappearance of strongyle eggs for 84 days and permits parasite and bot control with only four treatments per year. It is the only dewormer that kills small strongyles in the encysted state with a single dose, The easy-to-use, clear gel offers less mess and less stress on horses and their owners.

Quest® Gel contains high levels of Moxidectin so it must be dosed correctly. Use with extreme caution on minis, ponies, and foals because overdose can lead to serious reactions.

Please Note: Product is undergoing a rolling packaging change so product received may not look like product pictured. Please refer to product received for correct Directions for Use.

Item Specifications:

Size:
0.4 oz. (11.3g) moxidectin gel

Administration and Dosage:
Each syringe is calibrated in 50 lb. increments, up to 1500 pounds. This enables the administration of the recommended dose level of 0.4mg moxidectin/kg body weight by choosing a setting consistent with the animal's weight.

Storage:
Store at or below 77ºF. Avoid freezing. If frozen, thaw completely before use. Store partially-used syringe with the cap tightly secured.

Precautions:
Quest® 2% Equine Oral Gel has been formulated specifically for use in horses and ponies six months of age and older only. It is not to be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result.

Warning:
Extreme caution should be used when administering the product to foals, young and miniature horses, as overdosage may result in serious adverse reactions. Do not use in sick, debilitated, or underweight animals. Do not use in horses or ponies intended for food.

Downloadable Resources
Product Label InformationManufacturer Information
MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT790110 10016967 42744610
Additional Information:
QUEST® Gel
(moxidectin)

2% Equine Oral Gel. Contains 20mg moxidectin/mL (2.0% w/v)

DEWORMER & BOTICIDE
FOR ORAL USE IN HORSES AND PONIES SIX MONTHS OF AGE AND OLDER

To report adverse drug reactions or to obtain a copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) call (800)477-1365.

PRECAUTIONS
QUEST® 2% Equine Oral Gel has been formulated specifically for use in horses and ponies only.
This product should not be used in other animal species as severe adverse reactions, including fatalities in dogs, may result.

WARNINGS
Extreme caution should be used when administering the product to foals, young and miniature horses, as overdosage may result in serious adverse reactions. Do not use in sick, debilitated, or underweight animals. Do not use in horses or ponies intended for food.

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Why did you choose this?
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Always have good deals on dewormers!
Donna T on Mar 2, 2019
To kill bot eggs
Kendra C on Jan 18, 2019
Always have good deals on dewormers!
Donna T on Mar 2, 2019
It's on my regular deworming schedule for the farm. I use it in Jan.
Karen W on Jan 21, 2019
To kill bot eggs
Kendra C on Jan 18, 2019
I think it is a superior product.
Joshua F on Dec 31, 2018
Looking for something to control bots too.
Bonita M on Dec 30, 2018
I have used this product in the past.
teresa b on May 27, 2018
Good choice for me and my Equines with the onset of Spring.
Mary Alice K on May 7, 2018
other wormers are not working
Linda L on Apr 30, 2018
quality
Deborah M on Apr 5, 2018
good quality wormer
Robbie H on Mar 20, 2018
Quest is a great choice for early spring to catch the emerging encysted stronglyes
claire l on Mar 16, 2018
I use this early in the year in my de-worming program.
Karen W on Feb 6, 2018
Protects my horses from the encysted small strongyles.
BONNIE D on Jan 3, 2018
It is what is recommended this time of year.
Marie H on May 18, 2017
recommended by vet
Kathleen S on Apr 30, 2017
price and meets my needs
Suzanne D on Mar 10, 2017
vet recommended
Tina T on Feb 18, 2017
verternarians instructions.
Kris B on Jan 19, 2017
One of the only wormers that still does the job on strongyles , and it adds treatment for tape worms.
Paula S on Dec 31, 2016
I usually buy Quest, and with the discount going on right now, this was an exceptional value. I know State Line Tack is always dependable. Actually, I think I should go back and order 4 more boxes!!!!
keene1 on Nov 2, 2016
My vet recommended this wormer to me.
Ariel B on Oct 14, 2016
Time to rotate wormers
Joy S on Jun 3, 2016
Recommended by my vet.
Dorothy C on May 24, 2016
Only wormer that got rid of a special parasite that my gelding had. He now is gaining tons of weight after one dose and is growing healthy hair/coat.
Susan C on May 14, 2016
Vet recommended
Michelle M on Apr 18, 2016
Moxdectin kills encysted red threadworms undetectable by fecal egg counts
Andrea C on Dec 29, 2015
was recommended to me by my osteopath
Erin C on Jun 10, 2015
I know it works well.
Glenis A on Apr 16, 2015
My granddaughter needs them for her horses
Carol H on Dec 30, 2014
To kill all the bot fly larva
Raiya S on Nov 24, 2014
I've stayed with state line for years for the good prices and great specials, and I stay with the same products for the excellent quality. For a wormer, I have the best results with quest. My horses are in stalls and out on pasture and we've never had a worm problem. I've learned from trial and error, so I stay with what works.
jackie s on Apr 28, 2014
It works!
Anne S on Mar 30, 2014
alternate with others.
Peter N on Mar 22, 2014
The price was right
June P on Mar 10, 2014
Recommended by vet for my older mare (29 y.o.) who sometimes gets summer sores and has immune issue.
Sherra R on Mar 7, 2014
GOOD STUFF
Joseph F on Dec 26, 2013
Its one of the best.
suzanna w on Dec 20, 2013
Quest will kill embedded intestinal worm larvae when administered at the right time of the worm's life-cycle.
Christina C on Aug 16, 2013
It's on my regular deworming schedule for the farm. I use it in Jan.
Karen W on Jan 21, 2019
I think it is a superior product.
Joshua F on Dec 31, 2018
Does it kill all types of worms?
Deborah C on Mar 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Kills More worms in more stages than any other wormer. Do not overdose. This is the only wormer that kills over 99% of Encysted Cyathostomes.
best time to deworm horse? Should I with hold feed ?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Your horse should be on a regular worming schedule as recommended by your vet for your area. My horse has an annual fecal test and is currently on this twice a year done spring and fall. There is no need to withhold feed, but their mouth should be empty at the time. If they have a mouthful of hay or grain it's just easier to spit it out. I usually dose mine before I turn them out for the day.
will this kill lice on horses?
Loretta W on Mar 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Blood sucking horse lice can be killed with an ivermectin or moxidectin oral injection. However, this will not work on chewing lice. Do not be tempted to use treatments that are for human lice. These will not work. One of the rescue horses, I fostered last winter, had lice. The vet treated him with ivermectin and also had me using dusting powder every three days for ten days. We did not have the correct set up to give him a bath bc it was winter. Bedding was stripped daily as well for ten days during dusting treatment. I recommend getting your horse on a deworming schedule, if you don't already. Good luck to you and don't forget to wash blankets, saddle pads, and brushes!! I use betadine and hot water tp soak the brushes in and regular all clear for blankets. Hope this helps.
will this wormer help horse that has itch due to threadworm in neck?
Joanne D on Feb 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We would suggest consulting your veterinarian.
is this product safe for pregnant mares?
BARBE JO M on Jan 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I believe so and i have given it to such but always check the label or pkg insert first