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Equinox Worming Paste Orange

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Equinox Orange Tube is a broad spectrum benzimidazole group anthelmintic with a wide safety margin for use in horses that comes in a palatable paste formulation. It is the ideal wormer to be used in a rotation program as it contains oxfendazole.

For the control of: large strongyles (bloodworm), small strongyles (red worm), ascarids (roundworms), pinworms, hairworms, stomach worms and a reduction in the prevalence of associated colic could be expected.

Treats 600kg bodyweight.
Dosage: 6-8 weeks.
Equinox comes in a distinctive orange tube.

 

Equine Worming Booklet

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