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Eprinex & Cydectin

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fit2btied

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We haven't used Eprinex. We've used Ivomec pour-on in the past. We tried Cydectin pour-on this spring and the only problem we had was that it didn't seem to be as effective for ticks.
 

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Neither are very good for external parasites, however they are both rain proof. Ivermectrine with an alcohol carrier does a better job on external parasites and it is cheaper. I like valbazen and worbex or 1/3 dose of Ivermectrine (never could spell a lick)
 

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We used Cydectin and have had problems with tick this year as well. We have used ivomec pour on in the past and did not have the problem with ticks.
 

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We used the Eprinex one year, it didn't seem to work as well as just the plain Ivomec pour-on. So we only use Ivomec now.

I live on the edge of the Piney Woods and havn't seen any ticks this year.
Although, we have a pretty good flock of cow birds that stay with the cattle.
 

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I live on the edge of the Piney Woods and havn't seen any ticks this year

Based on your user name I figure you were from the Rio Grande Valley.
 

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txshowmom":2fno9uzg said:
I live on the edge of the Piney Woods and havn't seen any ticks this year

Based on your user name I figure you were from the Rio Grande Valley.


Nope. Just initials.
 

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