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Does ivomec 1%injectable (brown box) have to be diluted before given orally.  I have been getting conflicting information.  Please help?

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Put 1 1/2 cc in one gallon of water for 24 hours.

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post #3 of 11

6 drops on the shoulder blades for full size 4 drops for bantams it works almost instantly and you know for sure that every chicken is getting the same amount We just wormed about 300 last weekend..took awhile lol
The generic Ivermectin liquid is Much cheaper and exactly the same

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2012  Convention top 10 Broken Mini Rex Sr Buck-open

A few fun chickens, 2 horses,2 dogs, 4 cats and Smoochie the Donkey!

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Originally Posted by kimfeatherfriends123 

Does ivomec 1%injectable (brown box) have to be diluted before given orally.  I have been getting conflicting information.  Please help?


Ivomec 1% injectable 50ml dosage is 1cc/ml per quart of water or 4cc/ml per gallon of water. The mixture is the only water the birds get for 2 days. Retreat in 14 days for lice/mites.


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post #5 of 11

Since the subject is the Ivermectin dosage I wonder if someone would help me.  I have 24 chickens (22 hens, & 2 roos) that are considered large fowl & I need to know the dosage for them using ivermectin pour-on.
Also, where would someone find the generic ivermectin injectable?
thanks so much.

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Living in North Dakota & I have 1 cat, 1 dog, 19 chickens, mostly Chanteclers, and a couple of other breeds. CHICKENS ARE ADDICTING.

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Originally Posted by terri1nd 

Since the subject is the Ivermectin dosage I wonder if someone would help me.  I have 24 chickens (22 hens, & 2 roos) that are considered large fowl & I need to know the dosage for them using ivermectin pour-on.
Also, where would someone find the generic ivermectin injectable?
thanks so much.


For large fowl, dosage for ivermectin pour on is as HBuehler stated 6 drops on the back of the neck, it must go on the bare skin so that it can be quickly absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream. Both ivermectin pour on and ivomec injectable can be purchased from jefferslivestock.com


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Originally Posted by terri1nd 

Since the subject is the Ivermectin dosage I wonder if someone would help me.  I have 24 chickens (22 hens, & 2 roos) that are considered large fowl & I need to know the dosage for them using ivermectin pour-on.
Also, where would someone find the generic ivermectin injectable?
thanks so much.


I use the pour on for my peafowl 1 cc for adult peafowl on the back , on the skin.  Chicken size 1/2 cc   don't eat eggs for 2 weeks.

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post #8 of 11
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ok thanks for the information, but I'm treating one chicken right now who is in my house.  Can the ivomec 1 % injectable be given as a topical and as oral?

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Originally Posted by kimfeatherfriends123 

ok thanks for the information, but I'm treating one chicken right now who is in my house.  Can the ivomec 1 % injectable be given as a topical and as oral?


Oral only. Put 1/2cc into a half quart of water and draw from that.


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post #10 of 11
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thanks dawg..... your information is very helpful..smile

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