Cattle Wormers- Drench

Most people are put of by using a drench for worming cattle as it is seen to be difficult. However, if you use the correct worm drench gun with a hook nozzle it is just as easy as other methods. If you are wanting to treat for fluke then a drench or injectable is necessary. Drenches will only treat the internal parasites so will not have any effect on lice or mange.

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Levacide 3% Drench For Cattle
Levacide 3% Drench For Cattle
Levacide 3% Drench for cattle is a broad spectrum anthelmintic for use in the treatment and control of nematode infections in cattle. Levacide for cattle contains 3.0% w/v levamisole hydrochloride.
Combinex Drench For Cattle
Combinex Drench For Cattle
Combinex drench for cattle is for the treatment and control of gastrointestinal worms, lungworm and liver fluke from 2 weeks old early immature to adult forms. Combinex for cattle contains 7.5% w/v levamisole hydrochloride and 12% w/v triclabendazole.

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