FenCare Safe-Guard (Fenbendazole) 1.96% Type B Medicated Equine Dewormer

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This Farnam FenCare Safe-Guard (fenbendazole) 1.96% TYPE B Medicated Feed contains 1.96% fenbendazole for the control of key equine parasites including large strongyles, small strongyles, pinworms, and ascarids in horses. This concentrated horse supplement formula has the same dosage as leading competitors, but with a smaller feeding rate.

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  • This palatable, apple-flavored pellet formula is easy to mix with a horse's existing feed
  • The single 5 ounce packet of immune support for horses treats up to 1,250 lb.
  • Perfect for hard-to-paste or hard-to-catch horses
  • The medicated feed for horses contains 1.96% fenbendazole so you can controls large strongyles, small strongyles, pinworms, and ascarids
  • Approved for horses, including pregnant mares and stallions
  • This immune support supplement for horses offers the same dosage as leading competitors, but has a smaller feeding rate
Feeding Instructions:

ONE (1) DAY treatment for large strongyles, small strongyles and pinworms: Recommended dose is 5 mg fenbendazole per kg body weight (2.27 mg fenbendazole per pound). Feed 4 oz Type C medicated feed for each 250 pounds of body weight. Example: a 1,250-pound horse would receive 5 oz Farnam® FenCare™ mixed with 15 oz of non-medicated feed for a total of 20 oz Type C medicated feed. ONE (1) DAY treatment for ascarids: Recommended dose is 10 mg fenbendazole per kg body weight (4.54 mg fenbendazole per pound). Feed 4 oz Type C medicated feed for each 125 pounds of body weight. Example: a 1,250-pound horse would receive 10 oz Farnam® FenCare™ mixed with 30 oz of non-medicated feed for a total of 40 oz. Type C medicated feed. MIXING INSTRUCTIONS: Mix 1 oz Farnam® FenCare™ equine dewormer (containing 556 mg/oz fenbendazole) with 3 oz of non-medicated feed to make 4 oz of a Type C medicated feed (containing the equivalent of 2270 mg/lb).