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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Missmarley, Jun 18, 2015.
How many mg per ml are in the Panacur?
I can have a look in the store tomorrow and see if there is any panacur for poultry there. There's not much selection though. This says wormer for rabbits - 18.75% oral paste. It's a pre filled syringe that says each 5g syringe contains 0.94g fenbendazole. Unfortunately there isn't a dosage sheet, would just be for rabbits anyway.
I can buy this in a local store. Ever heard of it? http://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/internal-parasite-control-pellets-for-chickens-250gm
At my local store online it says - Verm x herbal pellets for internal parasite control - reckon that would be good enough? :/ sorry for all the questions. I so appreciate your help! Just giving the wee thing it's best chance otherwise the lady just wants to x_x
Where do you live? Are you in the UK?
Yes in the UK - Northern Ireland
You could use the rabbit paste. The dose for a chicken would be 50mg/kg for five days. Math looks like this for a 4.4 pound (2kg) hen:
4.4 / 2.2 x 50 / 187.5 = 0.53ml orally for five days.
Did a quick search for rabbit Panacur and saw it only on UK sites.
So in case anyone is wondering, the rabbit Panacur is 18.75%, but Panacur paste sold in the US is only 10%.
Always check my math, lol! FYI, one ml of paste does actually weigh one gram.