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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by cochin44, Jan 22, 2010.
And is it a liquid?
I think it is a liquid. Don't know much else, though, sorry.
Fenbendazole is the active ingredient in Panacur, a wormer suitable for chickens, thats is a liquid, is this the form you needed the dosage for?
I found this dosage:
.2 ml for my smaller banty chicken (2 to 3 pounds-ish).
.4 ml for my 4 to 5 pounds-ish hens.
.6 ml for my larger girls -- about 6 to 7 pounds-ish.
# Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures
# » What is the dosage for fenbendazole?
Ok, well the dosage is usually between 10mg and 50mg per kg of weight, depending on the percentage solution of the Panacur liquid, and it should be repeated 7 to 10 days later.
I dose my chickens (according to my vets instructions) with Panacur oral solution. The dosage is 10mg per kg body weight in chicken. You can either administer it directly via a syringe, or put it into their drinking water. If you're putting it in their drinking water, you need concentrations of 0.5 to 1ml Panacur oral solution per 1 litre of drinking water.
Hope this helps
Quote:And where is a good place to buy this?
It is generally a veterinary only medication, however, a general farm supply store may have a licence for it.
Why would you worm a chicken with Baytril? Baytril is an antibiotic, not a wormer.