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Deworm Your Cattle Properly with Safe-Guard Dewormer

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Deworm Your Cattle Properly with Safe-Guard Dewormer

Cattle deworming is an important part of herd health management. By preventing parasites from taking hold, cattle can stay healthy and productive. Safe-Guard Dewormer for Beef and Dairy Cattle is an excellent treatment sold at Livestock Vet Supply, and it helps to prevent a variety of parasites from infecting the herd. With proper use, this dewormer can help to keep cattle healthy and free from disease. As a result, cattle producers can rest assured that their herd is receiving the best possible care.

 

Safe-Guard Dewormer is a safe and effective oral suspension that is mixed with water and given to cattle as a drench. This dewormer contains 10% Fenbendazole which works to kill a wide variety of internal parasites, including lungworms, stomach worms, and intestinal worms.

When used as directed, Safe-Guard Dewormer will help control parasites and improve cattle health and productivity.

 

A drench gun is a type of syringe that can be used to administer Safe-Guard Dewormer to cattle. Make sure to measure the correct dosage according the the packaging. Carefully insert the drench gun into the cow's mouth, then squeeze the trigger to release the medication. This method of administration is quick and efficient, and it minimizes the stress on the animal. In addition, drench guns are relatively inexpensive, making them a popular choice for farmers and ranchers. Livestock Vet Supply sells both drench guns and Safe-Guard Dewormer.

 

Here's how to deworm your cattle with Safe-Guard Dewormer and a drench gun:

 

1. Administer each cow the suggested dosage of Safe-Guard according to its weight.

 

2. Repeat the treatment as recommended to make sure all the parasites are gone.

 

3. Watch your cattle closely for any signs of illness after deworming, and contact your veterinarian if you have any concerns. 

 

RESIDUE WARNINGS: Cattle must not be slaughtered within 8 days following treatment. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.

 

Cattle deworming is vital for managing herd health. Parasites can cause major health problems in cattle and can have a negative effect on meat and milk. Safe-Guard Dewormer for Beef and Dairy Cattle will help control these parasites, improving cattle health and productivity. If you are looking for a quality dewormer, look no further than Livestock Vet Supply so that you can improve the health and wellbeing of your cattle.

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