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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by seminolewind, Oct 19, 2011.
I went ahead and emailed and they said 11 weeks.
Did he say the dosage for that age?
No, they didn't but I would guess 1 drop for LF 11 week old chicks. Do you repeat as suggested or just use once? I haven't seen them pass any worms, but hope it is working.
On my grown largefowl I saw worms in just a few hours.
Quote:I know this post is old, but just reporting that Worminator is great stuff.
Can anyone confirm what the active ingredient is? I called Twin Cities and the gal that answered didn't know. She said that they get it from England and re-package it. -Kathy
I think it's pyrentyl paomate (sp).
Thanks... I've read posts where people say that, and I've read other posts where people say it's flubendazole. If it is pyrantel pamoate, they're robbing people blind *and* lying about it being effective on *all* worms, lol. Will call them on Tuesday and try to figure it out.
This is a 473ml bottle of pyrantel that one can buy for less than $20.
There's some post about what it is on page 1 of this thread. There was another wormer mentioned- Combantrin.
Combatrin 125mg Pyrantal Pamoate in chewable tablet for people - One human tablet is the equivalent of 2.5ml of the liquid we can get here for $19 a pint.
Combatrin-1 is a 100mg Mebendazole chewable tablet for people. - Mebendazole is not a wormer I have seen in the States.
PS - not trying to be a pain, just want to know what exactly it is.