Apple Flavored Ivermectin is FDA approved for the removal of worms and bots in horses. Palatable paste dewormer contains 1.87% ivermectin. Treats infestations of large strongyles, small stongyles, pinworms, roundworms, hairworms, neck threadworms, large-mouth stomach worms and bots. Each syringe (.21 oz) treats up to 1250 pounds of body weight.
Zimectrin® is an paste dewormer that contains 1.87% ivermectin. Approved for broad-spectrum parasite control in horses, Zimectrin treats against a wide variety of harmful internal parasites, including bots and benzimidazole-resistant small strongyles. Each syringe treats up to 1,250 lbs body weight. 0.21 oz.
Safe-Guard® 10% fenbendazole paste dewormer for horses and ponies is used to control large and small strongyles, pinworms and ascarids. It has an apple-cinnamon flavor for palatability; one 25 gram oral syringe treats up to 1,100 lbs. body weight.
Horse Health Ivermectin horse wormer contains 1.87% ivermectin. This economical paste horse dewormer treats up to 1,250 pounds of body weight.
Panacur® PowerPac equine wormer by Merck Animal Health contains a double-dose of fenbendazole. It offers a complete five-day treatment against predominant internal parasites for a 1,250 lb horse. 5 syringes, 57 grams each.
Farnam® Ivercare horse dewormer is packaged in an easy to use oral syringe that treats horses up to 1,500 pounds. This 1.87% ivermectin paste dewormer provides broad spectrum parasite control to horses of all ages. The Sure-Grip® syringe helps make dosing easy and accurate.
The Quantitative Fecal Test Kit contains everything you need to get a McMaster's fecal analysis. It includes a submission form, instructions, specimen container and a postage-paid return sample mailer. This quantitative fecal analysis is an important test for establishing a baseline and for monitoring any horse on a deworming program.
From Merck Animal Health, the Safe-Guard® Power-Dose® Kit includes 5 tubes of 10% fenbendazole paste horse wormer. This critical care pack is helpful for debilitated or thin horses, incoming horses as a first step in parasite control, competition horses prior to show season, horses about to begin a daily wormer and instances as recommended by a veterinarian.