Intervet Schering-Plough Animal Health: Problem vs Solution
New research suggests that continually deworming with the drug class that includes pour-on and injectable dewormers can leave worms in your cattle.1 These parasites suppress feed intake, hurt nutrient absorption and immune function, reducing the health and performance of your cattle. Is your dewormer working, or is it leaving worms behind? Ask your veterinarian or animal health supplier for a fecal egg count reduction test.
Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) is a different class of dewormer than pour-ons and injectables. It works fast to stop internal parasites and the hidden damage they cause. It’s more complete deworming, for more pounds of high quality beef on the pasture and in the feedlot. It’s time for a new approach to cattle deworming. It’s time for Safe-Guard.