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rgv

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Man O Man -

Sitting here looking at the price on pour-on's.

Ivomec - 5 ltr 253.00

Iver-On - 5 ltr 99.95
Privermectin Pour-on 5 ltr 59.95

Gotta make wonder if the extra bucks are worth it.

RGV
 

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rgv":2qpov81z said:
Man O Man -

Sitting here looking at the price on pour-on's.

Ivomec - 5 ltr 253.00

Iver-On - 5 ltr 99.95
Privermectin Pour-on 5 ltr 59.95

Gotta make wonder if the extra bucks are worth it.

RGV
YES... I dont mind taking a generic.. i can tell if it works for me fairly quick. but not my cattle. in the time frame for you too see the results if they turn bad, you could be losing more money reworming and getting the cow back into shape..it'll make the price difference looks like chump change
 

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rgv":1jbx6v1h said:
Man O Man -

Sitting here looking at the price on pour-on's.

Ivomec - 5 ltr 253.00

Iver-On - 5 ltr 99.95
Privermectin Pour-on 5 ltr 59.95

Gotta make wonder if the extra bucks are worth it.

RGV

This year I used agrimectin pour on same ingredients as regular ivomec and cost 74 some odd dollars for 5 litres. I asked my vet about it. He said it should work the same as regular and that he recommends it.
 

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