Bimectin Equine Paste Ivermectin Single Dose Paste 1.87% [Net Weight .21 oz]

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Horse Health Ivermectin Paste 1.87%

Anthelmintic and boticide

  • This apple-flavored Ivermectin paste dewormer provides effective treatment and control of most parasites in horses, removing worms and bots in a single dose. It is effective on large and small strongyles, pinworms, ascarids, hairworms, large-mouth stomach worms, bots, lungworms, intestinal threadworms, and summer sores caused by Habronema and Draschia spp. cutaneous third-stage larvae. Ivermectin may come in cellophane wrap or in box.

    • Kills 35 species and stages of worms and bots combined
    • Kills all three stages of the two most common bot species
    • Use every other month (six times per year) for broad spectrum parasite control
    • One syringe treats a 1,250-pound horse
    • Safe and effective on all horses including broodmares, stallions, and foals
    • No need to rotate with another wormer
    • Made in the USA
  • Syringe contains sufficient paste to treat one 1,250-pound horse at the recommended dose rate of 91 mcg ivermectin per pound (200 mcg/kg) body weight. Each weight marking on the syringe plunger delivers enough paste to treat 250 lbs. body weight.

    1. While holding plunger, turn the knurled ring on the plunger to the right and slide it so the side nearest the barrel is at the prescribed weight marking.
    2. Make sure that the horse's mouth contains no feed.
    3. Remove the cover from the tip of the syringe.
    4. Insert the syringe tip into the horse's mouth at the space between the teeth.
    5. Depress the plunger as far as it will go, depositing paste on the back of the tongue.
    6. Immediately raise the horse's head for a few seconds after dosing.

    All horses should be included in a regular parasite control program with particular attention being paid to mares, foals and yearlings. Foals should be treated initially at 6 to 8 weeks of age, and routine treatment repeated as appropriate. Consult your veterinarian for a control program to meet your specific needs.