Zoetis

Strongid C Wormer 25 lb

Item# 108
4.65
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Strongid C by Zoetis (pyrantel tartrate) is an equine wormer designed to be fed on a daily basis to provide a continuous, preventive level of pyrantel in the intestinal tract.

Product Details:

  • Helps prevent parasite build-up on a daily basis
  • Provides continuous daily feeding of pyrantel tartrate in the gastrointestinal tract
  • Safe for use in pregnant mares and foals
  • Reduces pasture build-up of parasite eggs
  • Useful where stocking density is high, pasture rotation is impossible or exposure is continual
  • Feed as a top-dressing to horse's daily grain

Indications:

  • Large Strongyles
  • Small Strongyles
  • Pinworms
  • Ascarids (Roundworms)

Feed 1 oz of Strongid C per 250 lb of body weight. The 25 lb bucket will provide up to a 100 day supply for one horse (1,000 lb).

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.65

(based on 5 reviews)

By

April 12, 2016
5.05
"I am very happy using this wormer. I have a horse that fights the tube pasting and fights the vet when he tries to worm him. This keeps my horse worm free."
By george maroun
NH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"we love using strongid c on all our horses with our regular worming strongid c used on a daily basis keeps our horses coats shining and healthy"
By Sherri Rose
OH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"Ive used this product for many years. I love the results. In addition to being wormed, my horses have beautiful shiney coats and look fabuolous even after a long winter, plus my mares and new foals are being safely wormed while receiving the nutrients all growing babies require with less problems for collic."
By Tammy
OH
April 12, 2016
4.05
"I just add this to my horses evening grain and Im done! There is no forcing paste down this throat and ending up with it everywhere but in him!!"
By penelope keating
MD
April 12, 2016
4.05
"The least traumatic way to worm the babies on my farm. I dare not have the babies in halters, therefor, unable to catch and medicate, because the bugs, green heads, regular flies etc., are horrific this year and I fear the foals might get a hoof caught in the halter when, trying to scratch. At least I know they are WELL wormed by using Strongyd C."