Deworming Blocks

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dun

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It's hard to get the proper amount to each animal because of different eating patterns of individuals.

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Running Arrow Bill

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We have tried some of the blocks in past with the IGR insecticide. Problem was that the cattle probably didn't lick/eat enough of it to do any good. Also, they are little expensive. We use injectible Dectomax, Ivomec, and/or other Ivermectin products.
 

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I don't believe they are a good substitute for regular dewormers because, as dun said, of the inconsistant dosages, but using the blocks between wormings would add extra protection.
 

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