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Pigeon Wormer

£27.99 inc. VAT

Pigeon Wormer Premix 2% is a Flubendazole based medicinal product for the treatment of roundworm, hairworms and gizzardworms in homing pigeons. Effective on adult worms and eggs. Please read dosage amounts below carefully. Can be used as a regular routine wormer every three to six months. Pigeon Wormer Premix 2% can be used at all temperatures.

60g treats 13.3kg of Pigeon body weight.

Description

Pigeon Wormer Premix 2% is a Flubendazole based medicinal product for the treatment of roundworm, hairworms and gizzardworms in homing pigeons. Effective on adult worms and eggs. Please read dosage amounts below carefully. Can be used as a regular routine wormer every three to six months. Pigeon Wormer Premix 2% can be used at all temperatures.

Directions

Weigh, as accurately as possible, the total body weight of pigeon to be treated. If treating more than one pigeon we recommend each bird is separated to enable more accurate treatment.

Calculate correct dosage and add to the daily feed ration.

You can place the daily feed ration into a plastic bag, add a teaspoon of vegetable oil and the recommended dose (see below) of Pigeon wormer and shake the bag to aid adhesion.

 

Dosage

Use 2 level 0.5ml/0.3g, scoop provided, per 400g of bird body weight. Repeat for three consecutive days. Dispose of unused medicated food after the three day period.

One 60g sachet treats up to 13.3kg total pigeon body weight. (Approx. 33 x homing pigeons).

DO NOT OVERDOSE.

Health & Safety

Store in original container between 12°C and 25°C. Keep out of reach of children. Use within 30 days of opening. For animal treatment only. Always wear protective gloves and goggles when handling chemicals. Do not use in conjunction with any other medication. If symptoms persist consult your veterinary surgeon.

Disposal
Empty container completely and dispose of safely. Dispose empty container in dustbin. Dispose of unused product, in its original container, at a household waste site. Contact your local authority for details.