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O.K. its time for me to worm everyone .You have all helped me so much with goat and dog doses of different wormers .I was hoping we could repost as we have allot of new people to the forum .How much cow wormer for goats , whats good for sheep , what about ivermetin and valbazen for dogs ? You get the idea , I am not dead sure and would not want to give the wrong amounts .Thanks
-- Patty Gamble (email@example.com), October 07, 2000
Ivermectin 1% Cattle Injectable 2cc per 100 pounds given orally Cydectin Pour On Cattle 1cc per 25 pounds given orally (wear gloves) Valbazen Cattle Drench 8cc per 100 pounds given orally Levisole or Levamisole Cattle injectable is 4cc per 100 pounds orally **Most of the cattle drugs are dosed at 2 times the label dosage for cattle. **Horse pastes like Safeguard have no testings done on them so you will have to use fecals and Safeguard Paste for horses has to be given here at 5 times the dosage for horses, so if your goat weights 100 pounds you give them wormer for a 500 pound horse. **Always use a weight tape or use the dressmakers tape and the conversion scale at saanendoah.com **Be very careful when using Sheep Drenchs on your goats, the Ivermectin Sheep Drench is so diluted for a sheeps very slow metabolism that you are nearly having to give 25cc per 100 pounds, you have a very good chance of causing chemical pnemonia if your goat aspirates any of this drug. Vicki
-- Vicki McGaugh (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 07, 2000.