Hillandale Quality Feeds is your resource for cattle worming products
Worming is an important part of keeping your cattle healthy. Above all, your cattle’s health is important, therefore choosing the right cattle worming products is important. On the whole, parasites can lead to many health issues in livestock. Including impaired reproduction, reduced growth, poor productivity, and even death.
The key to keeping them healthy is to deworm them regularly. Moreover to deworm them at the right time using the right product. Therefore, deworming involves developing a program based on climate and types of parasites.
Proper Timing And Proper Products Needed For Deworming Pasture Cattle
Deworming cattle on pasture is a matter of proper timing. Matching products to the need and doing it responsibly. Hillendale Quality Feed has the products available for all of your cattle worming needs.
Texas A&M University veterinarian, Tom Craig, focuses his studies on parasite issues. He says environment, weather, and biosecurity practices influence controlling parasites. In particular, Craig says, deworming means treating cows and calves in the spring, before turnout, to prevent spreading of parasite eggs onto green pastures. Furthermore, treating again in the fall or winter to remove parasites they picked up during the grazing season.
Regardless of your worming schedule, Hillendale Quality Feeds can assist you to find just the right product for your specific cattle worming needs.
Cattle Deworming Products
Safe-Guard Dewormer for Beef/Dairy Cattle is an oral dewormer that provides effective treatment of internal parasites. Safe-Guard Dewormer for Beef/Dairy Cattle contains the active ingredient fenbendazole. Administer SafeGuard Dewormer as an oral drench. Administer 2.3 mL for every 100 lbs of body weight. Consequently, if continued exposure to parasites, retreatment may be needed after 4-6 weeks. Do not administer to cattle within 8 days of slaughter. Do not administer to calves to be processed for veal. For dairy cattle, there is no milk withdrawal period.
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Ivermax Pour-On delivers internal and external parasite control in one application. Pour-On Ivermax contains ivermectin. Ivermax Pour-On applied at the recommended dose level is indicated for the effective control of these parasites.
On account of this product is a pour-on, cattle should not be treated when hair is wet. Do not use Ivermax when rain is expected within six hours after treatment. This product is for application to skin surface only.
Dectomax Pour-On is a topical dewormer for treatment and control of gastrointestinal roundworms, lungworms, grubs, horn flies, lice, and mange mites on cattle. Furthermore, it controls 33 stages of internal and external parasites with one application. The waterproof formula provides parasite control that won’t wash off. Safe for use in beef cattle of any age, including pregnant cows, calves, and bulls. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.
Specifically, it is safe for use on any age of beef cattle, including pregnant beef cows. However, it is not to be used on female dairy cows 20 months of age or older.
Cydectin Pour-On is a topical dewormer that controls gastrointestinal roundworms (including brown stomach worms), lungworms, grubs, lice, and mites in cattle. Additionally, it protects against horn flies for up to 7 days. It is ready to use products, as a result, it requires no mixing. Hence rainfall does not affect the efficiency of the product. To achieve the best results, apply Cydectin Pour-On to all cattle in the herd. No meat or milk withdrawal period. Safe for use in breeding animals. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.
Valbazen Suspension is a broad-spectrum dewormer for controlling internal parasites.
Above all, Parasite infections of livestock can lead to suppressed appetite, reduced feed intake, weight loss, and poor conception rates. Valbazen Suspension is an oral dewormer used to control of the following internal parasites.
Including the active ingredient albendazole for effective internal parasite control. This oral dewormer has a 27 day slaughter withdrawal time in cattle. Also, this product should not be given to female cattle during the first 45 days of pregnancy or for 45 days after being separated from bulls. Due to withdrawal time in milk having not been established, do not use Valbazen on female dairy cattle of breeding age.
Hillandale Quality Feeds has all of your Deworming products and supplies
In short, stop by Hillandale Quality Feed for your cattle deworming products. We offer Safe-Guard, Valbazen, Ivomec, Dectomax, and Cydectin dewormers for cattle. Options include pour-on and injectable dewormers.
As well as, having the cattle worming products you need, we also have the supplies needed to administer those products. Such as Needles, syringes, and tagging guns to list just a few of the health care supplies you will find at Hillandale Quality Feeds.