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Safe-Guard 20% Salt: Free-Choice Mineral (Beef and Dairy Cattle)

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Safe-Guard 20% Salt: Free-Choice Mineral (Beef and Dairy Cattle)

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Intervet/Merck Animal Health

(fenbendazole)

Medicated Dewormer

for Beef & Dairy Cattle

Type C Medicated Feed

ACTIVE DRUG INGREDIENT:

Fenbendazole

0.50% (2.27 g/lb)

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Calcium (Ca)

(min) 13.50%

Calcium (Ca)

(max) 16.20%

Phosphorus (P)

(min) 7.00%

Salt (NaCl)

(min) 18.20%

Salt (NaCl)

(max) 21.80%

Magnesium (Mg)

(min) 0.20%

Potassium (K)

(min) 0.40%

Copper (Cu)

(min) 1,250 ppm

Zinc (Zn)

(min) 3,000 ppm

Vitamin A

(min) 300,000 IU/lb

Vitamin D3

(min) 30,000 IU/lb

Vitamin E

(min) 100 IU/lb

INGREDIENTS:

Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Potassium Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Bentonite, Molasses Products, Yeast Culture, Corn Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Cobalt Carbonate, Copper Sulfate, Calcium Iodate, Ferrous Carbonate, Manganous Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Iron Oxide, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Mineral Oil.

CONSULT YOUR VETERINARIAN FOR ASSISTANCE IN THE DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, AND CONTROL OF PARASITISM.

DRUG CLAIM:

For the removal and control of infections of: Lungworms (Dictyocaulus viviparus). Stomach worms: Barberpole worms (Haemonchus contortus), Brown stomach worms (Ostertagia ostertagi), Small stomach worms (Trichostrongylus axei). Intestinal worms: Hookworms (Bunostomum phlebotomum), Thread-necked intestinal worms (Nematodirus helvetianus), Small intestinal worms (Cooperia oncophora and C punctata), Bankrupt worms (Trichostrongylus colubriformis), Nodular worms (Oesophagostomum radiatum) in cattle.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

This fenbendazole medicated free-choice mineral is to be fed to cattle for 3 to 6 days. The amount of this Medicated Type C feed given to a group of cattle is based on 0.10 lbs (1.6 oz) total consumption per 100 lbs of body weight to deliver a dosage of 2.27 mg fenbendazole per pound of body weight. The cattle must be allowed access to this medicated feed for sufficient time to receive this total dose. Under conditions of continued exposure to parasites, retreatment may be needed after 4 to 6 weeks.

For dairy cattle there is no milk withdrawal period.

THIS PACKAGE TREATS 25,000 POUNDS OF CATTLE.

CATTLE WEIGHT

TOTAL DEWORMER FED (OVER 3-6 DAYS)

NO. HEAD TREATED PER PACKAGE

400 lbs

0.4 lbs (6.4 oz)

62.5

500 lbs

0.5 lbs (8.0 oz)

50

600 lbs

0.6 lbs (9.6 oz)

41.67

700 lbs

0.7 lbs (11.2 oz)

35.71

800 lbs

0.8 lbs (12.8 oz)

31.25

1,000 lbs

1.0 lbs (16.0 oz)

25

1,200 lbs

1.2 lbs (19.2 oz)

20.83

1,400 lbs

1.4 lbs (22.4 oz)

17.86


Warning

Cattle must not be slaughtered within 13 days following last treatment.

Distributed by: Intervet Inc., Millsboro, DE 19966

Net Weight

 

25 lbs (11.34)

584501-A, 584500-B

NAC No.: 10473921

MERCK ANIMAL HEALTH
Intervet Inc.

2 GIRALDA FARMS, MADISON, NJ, 07940
Customer Service:   800-521-5767
Order Desk:   800-648-2118
Technical Service (Companion Animal):   800-224-5318
Technical Service (Livestock):   800-211-3573
Fax:   973-937-5557
Website:   www.merck-animal-health-usa.com
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