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Ammo Horse Rotational Wormer

Ammo Horse Rotational Wormer
Ammo Rotational Wormer
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Ammo Rotational Wormer Paste for Horses is a palatable, broad spectrum anthelmintic with a wide safety margin.

AMMO Rotational Wormer Paste has a wide safely margin for use in horses including foals, yearlings, stallions and pregnant mares designed for administration orally by syringe.

AMMO Rotational Wormer contains oxfendazole, which interferes with the metabolic pathways of Intestinal parasites and sterilises worm eggs within 24 hours of dosing, thus reducing contamination of pastures. All horses should be included in a regular parasite control programme with particular attention being paid to mares, foals and yearlings. AMMO Rotational Wormer is ideal as an alternative wormer in a rotational worming program. Consult your veterinarian for a control programme to meet your specific needs.


For the control of adult and immature forms of Parascaris equorum, Oxyuris equi, Trichostrongylus axei, Strongylus spp, and susceptible small strongyles and adult Habronema microstoma in horses. AMMO Rotational Wormer kills the tissue stages of Strongylus edentatus and aids in the control of the migrating stages of Strongylus vulgaris (59-88% activity) with corresponding reduction in arterial lesions. A reduction in the prevalence of associated colic could be expected. It sterilises worm eggs within 24 hours of dosing. To control bots, trichlorfon may be administered concurrently. AMMO Rotational Wormer may be administered to sick, debilitated or pregnant animals provided normal care is taken in handling them.


DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

Dose orally in accordance with bodyweight by turning ring to appropriate setting on barrel side of plunger. The contents of one 32.6 g syringe are sufficient to treat one horse of 600 kg bodyweight.

The most intensive treatment program, and to maintain effective levels of parasitic eradication is to worm every 6-8 weeks with AMMO Allwormer and rotate with AMMO Rotational wormer after 12 months. To control bots and tapeworms during this period it is best to give AMMO Allwormer twice in the months of Spring and Autumn for eradication no matter what year it is.
WARNINGS

POISONS SCHEDULE: S5.Contains: 185 g/kg Oxfendazole

DO NOT USE less than 28 days before slaughter for human consumption.

Harmful if absorbed by skin contact or swallowed. Avoid contact with skin. Wash hands after use.


PRESENTATION

32.6 g syringe.

Ammo Rotational Wormer

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